Brazilian singer Roberto Carlos announced that he will begin a new tour in the United States beginning March 9th, 2019, produced by MOVE Concerts and Loud and Live. The first cities he will visit on his “Amor sin Límite Tour” will be Miami, Orlando, New York, Boston and Washington DC. These are just the initial dates as new cities are being added to this long-awaited return.
The creator of more than 600 romantic super ballads promises an unforgettable show where fans can sing along to his classic songs such as “Cama y mesa,” “Lady Laura” or “Un Millón de amigos” as well as his most recent hits from his latest album, “Amor sin límite,” such as “Llegaste” (the duo recorded with Jennifer López) and “Esa mujer” (with Alejandro Sanz).
“I am very excited to return to the United States, where I will visit cities that I have long had a close relationship with, and I will also sing for the first time in others. Without a doubt, it will be the most important tour in this beautiful country to date,” said Carlos.
This series of concerts in the United States is the follow-up to his successful tours of Latin America and Spain, where he filled theaters in city after city and showed once again why at one point in his career, he sold more albums than The Beatles. In total, he has sold more than 140 million albums and has been awarded with four Latin GRAMMY Awards and one GRAMMY Award.
With six decades of an enviable career, Roberto Carlos continues to be one of the most prominent names in the history of music. Artists such as Andrea Bocelli to Julio Iglesias, Marc Anthony and Ray Conniff, among other great stars, have all recorded his songs.
The singer has captivated crowds at the San Remo Festival as well as the Midem Festival in Cannes, plus the Viña del Mar Festival in Chile, and in 2019 he is eager to return to fascinate audiences in the United States. And there is no doubt that he will do just that.
Tickets are available through www.ticketmaster.com.
The cities and dates of the tour:
• Miami (FL): American Airlines Arena March 9th, 2019
• Orlando (FL): Amway Center March 10th, 2019
• New York (NY): Radio City Music Hall March 14th, 2019
• Boston (MA): Wang Theatre March 15th, 2019
• Washington DC: DAR Constitution Hall March 17th, 2019