Photo: Julio Iglesias to Perform a Number of Concerts in Argentina
Spanish singer Julio Iglesias on Sunday will give a free concert in the Argentine city of Tandil, where an audience of some 15,000 is expected, among them Buenos Aires provincial Gov. Daniel Scioli, authorities said.
The concert in Tandil, a mountain tourist center located 375 kilometers (232 miles) from the Argentine capital, will be the first of three shows Iglesias will present in Buenos Aires province to promote his latest album “1.”
The provincial government confirmed Scioli would attend on Sunday, after having met with Iglesias on Saturday.
The Spanish singer next Tuesday will appear at the Plaza Grigera in the nearby town of Lomas de Zamora, on the capital’s southern periphery, and next Saturday he will give a show at the Paseo Hermitage in the city of Mar del Plata, located 400 kilometers (248 miles) south of Buenos Aires.
The shows coincide with the launching of the second volume of “1,” which contains 14 songs and on which Iglesias rerecords some of the many hits he has had in his lengthy musical career.