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Romeo Santos Goes Coast To Coast

01:01 PM Tuesday 12/13/11 |   |

Aventura’s frontman has his own tour to do and it begins with two dates in New York City in February.

As lead singer / chief composer for bachata band Aventura, Anthony “Romeo” Santos was part of one of the most successful tours last spring, an outing that included sold-out gigs at NYC’s Madison Square Garden and put the band on the same ticket-selling level as Lady Gaga and Bon Jovi. Now The Bronx-born performer will headline under his own name with a series of dates beginning on the East Coast and stretching across the U.S.

Riding the success of his first solo album – Formula Vol. 1 – Santos begins the journey with a sold out Madison Square Garden gig Feb. 11. A second MSG concert has been added for Feb. 23 with a presale launching today.

Other stops include Miami’s AmericanAirlines Arena March 1; Orlando at the Amway Center March 2; Atlanta’s Philips Arena March 4; Boston at the Agganis Arena March 7; Fairfax, Va., at the Patriot Center March 9; Houston’s Toyota Center March 15; Los Angeles at the Staples Center March 21; Glendale, Ariz., at the Jobing.com Arena March 23; San Diego’s Valley View Casino Center March 24 and Las Vegas at the Joint @ the Hard Rock Hotel / Casino March 25.

A fan pre-sale for all dates outside New York City begins Thursday and the general onsale launches Friday. Visit RomeoSantosOfficial.com for more information.


Comments

  1. Musicfor Thesoul wrote:

    02:33 PM, Dec 13, 2011

    I am so excited that Romeo Santos is coming to New York again! His music is seriously so mesmerizing! Each of his songs puts me in a good mood. If you haven't seen him perform before, you should get your tickets as soon as they go on sale this Friday! www.ticketmaster.com/.../1670057



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