The most famous Italian artist in the world is ready to return to the Argentine stages, next Saturday, June 8, he will perform at the Luna Park Stadium (Av. Eduardo Madero 420, San Nicolás) from 9:00 p.m. presenting the VITA CE N'È WORLD TOUR.
After having crossed Europe, Eros Ramazzotti will leave on May 14th for Mexico, a country that recently has seen him as a protagonist, along with other international artists, of an immense and spectacular concert-event in the complex of the Mayan ruins of Chichén Itzá . The tour will then continue in the US. UU, first in Los Angeles and then in Miami (Florida), the state that awarded him the NIAF Award for his valuable contribution to the diffusion of Italian music abroad, to arrive on June 18, after the stages in Panama , in two cities in Brazil, in Chile, Argentina and in two covered stadiums in Canada, at the prestigious stage of the Radio City Music Hall in New York, which he already set foot in 1991 as the first Italian artist, just 5 years from the beginning of his artistic career. In September the live concerts will begin again in Europe to then play two Russian cities and finish at the end of October.
The VITA CE N'È WORLD TOUR, produced by Radiorama and organized by Vertigo, a company of the international group CTS Eventim, is the new occasion to bring to the most important places of international music the unforgettable successes of Ramazzotti that will be accompanied, as always, by exceptional musicians: the Musical Director Luca Scarpa on the piano, Giovanni Boscariol on the keyboards, Paolo Costa on the bass, Giorgio Secco on the guitar and the three international new entry Corey Sanchez (guitars), Eric Moore (drums) of r'n'b and gospel music and Scott Paddock (sax), American famous for his jazz influences that collaborated, among others, with artists of the caliber of Natalie Cole, Jackson Browne and Ray Charles.