Just a few weeks after winning the Latin Grammy for Best Ranchero Album, Luis Miguel kicked off the Latin American segment of his Mexico en la Piel tour with a spectacular run in Buenos Aires.
More than 100,000 fans gathered in the Velez Stadium of the Argentine capitol during three concerts November 10-12. Miguel will appear tonight in Cordoba, where he has added a second concert due to high demand. The tour continues with a performance in Chile, visiting the National Stadium in Santiago and La Quinta de Vergara in Vista del Mar.
In addition, his Miami concerts, which had to be postponed due to Hurricane Wilma, have been rescheduled for November 29 and 30 at AmericanAirlines Arena.
In January, Miguel heads to Mexico City where, during his 2004 tour, he broke his own record by performing 25 shows in the Auditorio Nacional.
The romantic singer will release his first greatest hits album, Grandes Exitos, on November 21 internationally and on November 22 in the U.S.