From15 March 2019to31 March 2019



Juanes, born Juan Esteban Aristizábal Vásquez is a Colombian pop artist. He was born Medellin in Colombia on August 9, 1972.

Colombian Juanes, started his musical career at the very young age of just seven, upon his first guitar lesson. Following his talents in the musical field he then, impressively, still barely a young adult at 15, commenced his first band. They were named, “Ekhymosis”, and formed in 1988. This was highly successful and Juanes embarked on a successful career with his band releasing five studio albums. Consequently, whilst still, at a young age, this made him a highly recognizable artist in his home country of Colombia. However, unfortunately in 1997, the band broke up and Juanes made the decision to go solo.

This was a brave but wise decision, as the Latin star then went on to release his first solo album in the year 2000, of which he named, “Fijate Bien”. Following the success of this album, he went on to win three Latin Grammys. Juanes went on to have a successful career with many more album releases.

Furthermore, Juanes second album, named, “Un Dia Normal”, was excitingly certified platinum in numerous countries within his home base of Latin America. Additionally, his third album, named, “Mi Sangre”, released in 2004, astoundingly developed into a global hit.

And Juanes talents do not stop there! Juanes campaigns for peace and in 2009 played the “Peace Without Borders” concert in Havana’s Plaza de la Revolución. That same year he was also awarded an honorary National Prize for Peace in the country of his birth for his humanitarian work. Then in 2011, he was awarded the Chile Telethon Foundation for the Medal of Solidarity during the final drive of the Chilean solidarity campaign for disabled children.


Friday 15 March 2019


Auditorio Pabellón M, Monterrey, Mexico


Saturday 16 March 2019


with Snow Patrol, Santana, and 36 others

Foro Sol, Mexico City, Mexico


Saturday 16 March 2019 – Sunday 17 March 2019


Vive Latino 2019

Mexico City, Mexico


Friday 29 March 2019 – Sunday 31 March 2019


Lollapalooza 2019

Parque O’Higgins, Santiago, Chile

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