One of the best-selling artists of all time, Julio Iglesias, will perform in two very special New Zealand concerts in November -- Auckland’s Aotea Centre on 18 November and Christchurch’s Horncastle Arena on 22 November.
Among his many hits are touchstone songs of generations including Hey, Feelings, Moonlight Lady, Me Va Me Va, Amor, Non Stop, Starry Night, Calor and Crazy. His duets with Willie Nelson (To All the Girls I've Loved Before), Diana Ross (All of You) and Stevie Wonder (My Love) all topped the charts.
Julio Iglesias’ spectacular career spans five decades and worldwide album sales of over 300 million.
He was officially recognised by Guinness World Records in 2013 as the best-selling male Latin artist. No one else has achieved this in the history of music. Today he is also one of the world's most successful touring artists -- one who continues to sell huge numbers of tickets for shows at arenas and stadiums worldwide.
Friday November 18th: Aotea Centre, Auckland - Tickets via Ticketmaster
Tuesday November 22nd: Horncastle Arena, Christchurch - Tickets via Ticketek
On sale to the general public Monday, 22 August
Ticket pre-sales start next Monday, 15 August with Visa, Auckland LIve and MyTicketmaster. All remaining tickets will be available through ticketing agents on Monday, 22 August
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By Wal Reid
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