Mexico’s incomparable filly, Alexander Fernandez, is already in Ecuador to perform this weekend. First he will present his presentation titled Made in Mexicoin Quito on Friday, March 10; Then take the presentation to Cuenca, on Saturday March 11th.
“Get ready for the most Mexican night of your life!”the artist wrote on his social media when announcing his tour, which kicked off on February 21, at LXII International Song Festival in Viña del Mar, in Chile. Since that date, Fernandez has promised to stage a “first level” show accompanied by his band of more than 20 musicians with whom he will interpret the best of the regional Mexican genre, as well as with pop songs.
With orchestra and mariachi dress, Alejandro Fernandez seduced (including the one who gave him the Gaviota Silver Award) in Viña del Mar 2023
Made in Mexico It has also been introduced in the United States, Mexico, Colombia, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Venezuela, Honduras, the Dominican Republic, Argentina, and Uruguay.
In the Ecuadorian capital, the concert will be held at Ruminahoe Public Amphitheatre Friday night, March 10, starting at 8:00 p.m. Available Seats: Potrillo Box, $260; Takeout Box, $178; Armchair, $125; $80 fan; VIP blocks D, E, and F, $43. All tickets are numbered.
In Cuenca, the singer will perform in gala Alejandro Serrano Aguilar StadiumSaturday night March 11th from 20:00. Available tickets: JEP Box, $185; Pony Box, $155; Presentation Box, $125; Mariachi Box, $80; VIP, $65. Previous Numbered Locations, Less Than Box, $60; Runway, $45; Preference is $30 and $20.
For both cities, tickets are on sale at View tickets.
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The singer-songwriter has indeed arrived in the country, Alejandro Fernandez’s team confirmed, and he did so on a private flight from Peru, where he performed on March 8. He traveled with a crew of about 55 people including technicians, musicians, mariachi teams, and dancers.
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