Colombian singer-songwriter Juanes on Tuesday will offer the first concert in his homeland of his “Unplugged” tour, which will take him to six other cities in the Andean nation, including his native Medellin.
Juanes for the first time in Colombia will present his latest acoustic work, recorded at the New World Center in Miami under the direction of Dominican Juan Luis Guerra, Latin Grammy winner for best album and best production.
“And the party we’re going to have !! @JairoYerbatero: the last 2 concerts of the year by @juanes will be here in Medellin 15th and 16th FULL HOUSE,” the international superstar said on Twitter.
After Tuesday’s show in Bogota, the tour will continue in Villavicencio on Nov. 30 and will head to Bucaramanga on Dec. 5.
Juanes will perform in Cali on Dec. 7, in Cartagena on Dec. 11 and in Barranquilla the next day, and he will close out the Colombian leg of the tour in Medellin with performances on Dec. 15 and 16, his last two concerts of the year.
The “Unplugged” tour kicked off on Aug. 29 in Mexico and from there Juanes and his band went to Peru, Argentina, Spain, Germany, The Netherlands, Belgium, France, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Britain and the United States.