Joaquín Sabina declares the 'Hello and Goodbye' tour for 2025 to say goodbye to “massive stages” | Culture | EUROtoday

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Joaquín Sabina introduced as we speak, Thursday, that the tour will begin in February 2025 Hello and goodbyewith which he plans to say goodbye “to the multitudinous stages,” in line with a press release issued on the artist’s official account on the social community Instagram. The sequence of concert events is scheduled to tour America for 11 weeks, earlier than shifting on to Europe and Spain and ending in November. “The dates, cities and ticket sales will be announced in July for America and September for Europe,” the identical be aware provides.

The 75-year-old musician thus solutions all of the questions that started to encompass him since he himself posted the enigmatic message on social networks a number of days in the past: “Coming soon,” on a black background. Sabina will thus return to a format much like the one which has given him a lot satisfaction throughout 5 many years of profession and, extra particularly, in his final tour musical, in 2023: all through that 12 months the tour Against all odds managed to assemble 700,000 spectators in 60 concert events.

“Joaquín Sabina’s recent tour was, against all odds, the most resounding of his long career,” begins the message revealed as we speak on Instagram. And it guarantees “one last emotional knockout and a score of songs that are already universal prayers of the impossible dream of love and the desire to get your hands on life.”

Although he anticipates that after this Hello and goodbye —which comes from the lyrics of the tune 19 days and 500 nights— “There will be no more endless journeys through crowded venues,” the artist retains up his sleeve “the ace of reappearing at will, either because the muses whisper poems or songs worth sharing, or because he gets the urge to get up on any stage to pay tribute to himself, to us.”

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