Five unforgettable moments from his first show at Movistar Arena in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Luis Miguel gave a concert in Buenos Aires on Thursday (August 3) in which he wound through his entire
musical career, with 50 chosen songs. And not only did he have a mariachi from Mexico in tow for a segment
dedicated to his country, he also moved everyone by singing “duets” with the voices of late music legends
Frank Sinatra and Michael Jackson.
For the inaugural concert of his 2023 Tour, with 10 dates scheduled in Argentina and more than 65 in total,
the Mexican idol came on stage precisely on time, at 9:00 p.m., wearing a black suit, immaculate white shirt
and matching tie. He opened by performing “Será Que No Me Amas,” ending a four-year wait for his fans —
this time around 15,000 attendees, comprised mostly of women.
An uneven stage set with stairs from side to side, an orchestra with more than 20 musicians directed by maestro
Kiko Cibrián, three backup singers who came and went according to the musical demand of the songs, and a screen
whose images changed to give context to what Luis Miguel was singing during the night all provided the framework
for the evening. A peculiar detail was added to the show by the bracelets distributed to the attendees, which
changed color with the songs.
If the show at the Movistar Arena in Buenos Aires is any indication, here are five things to expect from a Luismi
concert in your city. The Latin superstar has extended his trek through 2024, and will now play 50 additional
dates next year. To see all the new dates, click here.
Actions that speak louder than words
Throughout the concert, Luis Miguel remained very communicative with the public. He did not do it with words, since he spoke
little, but he did do so with very noticeable gestures. The superstar was generally in high spirits, dancing and on several
occasions bending down to shake the eager hands of his admiring fans sitting in the front row.