After having triumphed on the South American tour and announced four Wizink Center in Madrid, the artists Joan Manuel Serrat and Joaquín Sabina they will land on January 25 in the Palau Sant Jordi of Barcelona in the framework of their new joint tour 'There are no two without three'. Concert tickets will go on sale next Tuesday, December 10.
Tickets can be purchased after 12 hours through the websites serrat-sabina-nohaydossintres.com and on the official pages of the artists, jsabina.com and jmserrat.com. In this new tour, Serrat and Sabina go on stage for the third time together to share and exchange songs in an odd repertoire wrapped in a careful production. In addition to the concert in Barcelona, the singer-songwriters are scheduled to perform four more times at the Wizink Center in Madrid on January 20 and 21 – which sold out in a few days – and on February 11 and 12.
Tickets sold out in a few days for the first two concerts in Madrid
This tour started in early November in Buenos Aires, with four full at the newly opened Movistar Arena with capacity for 15,000 people. As its title indicates, it is the third time that Serrat and Sabina take their well-known friendship to the stages to offer a joint “tour”. The last time they did it was in 2012, with "Two birds with one stone", and before that in 2007.
Prior to the “No two without three” tour, Sabina was news for the release of the album “I deny it all” (2017), which was the second best-selling album of the year in Spain and the first studio to publish solo with unpublished themes since "Vinegar and roses" (2009). Serrat, meanwhile, published at the end of 2018 a vast review of his record career, with a box of vinyl selected by him with albums in Spanish and Catalan. In parallel, he paid tribute to his most popular album, "Mediterráneo" (1971), with a long "tour" in which he interpreted it in full again before the 50th anniversary of its publication.