San Juan, Aug 10 (EFE) .- The Puerto Rican artist Myke Towers, one of the main interpreters of the Latin urban genre, will offer his first major solo concert in Puerto Rico on January 20.
“I was crazy to do a concert on the island that saw me grow up, so to all the fans who have been with me since day 1. I’ll see you on January 20 at the José Miguel Agrelot Coliseum,” Towers said in a statement from press released this Tuesday.
Tickets for this presentation have already been sold, so Towers announced this Tuesday on his Instagram account a second show the next day, on January 21.
These performances are part of his first world tour, “Myke Towers The Young King: The Tour,” which he announced last week.
The tour began on August 1 in Orlando, Florida (USA) and will take you to more than 37 stops around the world, including major cities in the United States, Mexico, Colombia, Spain and Switzerland.
“I am beyond excited to finally be able to do this tour, which was originally planned for April last year … we had to suspend all of our work planning for the tour,” the artist added recently in a press release.
“However, now we are back and I am eager to share with my fans that I have missed so much. The Young King Tour! We are ready (ready)!”
The tour of Spain will start on September 2 in Barcelona.
It will be a tour of large pavilions and auditoriums in the country and will also have stops in Bilbao on September 3 and the Starlite festival in Marbella (Malaga), the following day.
After the singer’s passage through the Swiss city of Zurich, he will return to Spain to perform on September 12 at the Marina Sur in Valencia; on the 16th, at the Rocío Jurado Auditorium in Seville; on the 17th, in the Cadiz town of Puerto de Santa María (specifically in DSoko), and on the 18th, at the Wizink Center in Madrid.
Towers, whose real name is Michael Torres (San Juan, 1994), is expected to present live the songs from his latest album, “Lyke Mike” (2021), which accumulated 15 weeks as the most listened to album in “streaming” in Spain. EFE