Manuel Carrasco perform in Alicante on August 16

Manuel Carrasco’s ‘La Cruz del Mapa’ Tour adds new concerts this Wednesday in Granada, Almería, Úbeda, Gijón, A Coruña, Mallorca, Porta Ferrada Festival, Concert Music Festival, Starlite Festival, Albacete, Daimiel (Ciudad Real) and Logroño . The Andalusian singer will arrive at Alicante Bullring on August 16.

Tickets for these new concerts can be purchased from this next Friday, January 25 at 11 am on the artist’s website, and El Corte Inglés. Those of Starlite Festival go on general sale this Wednesday at 12 noon.

This Manuel Carrasco tour will begin on May 4 in Valladolid and will cover the entire peninsula to present his new album, ‘La Cruz del Mapa’, six weeks number 1 in the Spanish sales charts, including such relevant appointments as those of the Wanda Metropolitano stadium in Madrid or the Benito Villamarín in Seville -with 40,000 tickets for the latter sold out in four hours-.

Manuel Carrasco will return to the road in Valladolid (May 4, Polideportivo Pisuerga) and then visit Huelva (May 11 and 12, Iberoamericano Stadium, sold out tickets), Fuengirola (May 17, Marenostrum Music Castle Park, sold out tickets), Cádiz (May 18, Puerto, Muelle Ciudad, sold out tickets), Barcelona (May 24, Palau Sant Jordi), Murcia (June 7, Plaza de Toros), Granada (June 8, Plaza de Toros) and Bilbao (15 June, Miribilla Arena).

Then turn to Seville (June 21, Benito Villamarín, sold out tickets), Madrid (June 29, Wanda Metropolitano), Almería (July 6, concert venue), Úbeda (July 12, fairground), Gijón (24 of July, Gijón Life), A Coruña (July 27, Coliseum), Mallorca (August 3, Son Fuesteret), Sant Feliu de Guíxols (Porta Ferrada Festival, August 9) and Tarragona (August 10, Tarraco Arena Plaza ).

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Even more quotes will be on Alicante (August 16, Plaza de Toros), Sancti Petri (Concert Music Festival, August 18), Marbella (August 20, Starlite), Albacete (August 24, Plaza de Toros), Daimiel (August 30, Municipal Auditorium), Logroño (August 31, Palacio de los Deportes), Valencia (September 6, Plaza de Toros) and Pamplona (October 5, Navarra Arena).


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