20 Años Tour

The 20 Años Tour was a concert tour performed by Luis Miguel during the years 1990 and 1991 to promote his last album 20 Años. On this tour he performed more than 10 sold-out concerts at the Centro de Espectáculos Premier in Mexico City, that season of concerts was recorded to later launch a VHS Video called Luis Miguel: 20 Años.

20 Años Tour
Tour by Luis Miguel
Associated album20 Años
Start dateJuly, 1990
End dateJune, 1991
Legs1
No. of showsTBD
Luis Miguel concert chronology

Set listEdit

This set list is representative of the shows in Centro de Espectáculos Premier. It does not represent all dates throughout the tour.

  1. "Introduction"
  2. "Oro De Ley"
  3. "Yo Que No Vivo Sin Ti"
  4. "Amante del Amor"
  5. "Pupilas de Gato"
  6. "Culpable o No"
  7. "Hoy El Aire Huele a Ti"
  8. "Más Allá de Todo"
  9. "Ahora Te Puedes Marchar"
  10. "Il Cielo" (in Italian)
  11. "Alguien Como Tú"
  12. "Entrégate"
  13. "Fría Como el Viento"
  14. "Strana Gelosia" (in Italian)
  15. "Tengo Todo Excepto a Ti"
  16. "Interlude" (Band)
  17. "Será Que No Me Amas"
  18. Trio Medley (with the trio "Los Pao"):
    • "Un Poco Más"
    • "Llévatela"
    • "El Reloj"
    • "Sabor a Mí"
    • "Contigo Aprendí"
  19. "De Que Manera Te Olvido" (with the trio "Los Pao")
  20. "Como Fue" (with the trio "Los Pao")
  21. "Un Hombre Busca Una Mujer"
  22. "La Incondicional"
  23. "Cuando Calienta El Sol"

Tour datesEdit

List of concerts, showing date, city, country and venue[1]
Date City Country Venue
North America
July 12, 1990 Mexico City Mexico Hotel Crowne Plaza[2][3]
August 10, 1990 Guadalajara Hotel Fiesta Americana
August 11, 1990 Auditorio Benito Juarez
South America
September 18, 1990 Caracas Venezuela Teatro Teresa Carreño
September 19, 1990
September ?, 1990 Valencia
September ?, 1990 Barquisimeto
September ?, 1990 Puerto Ordaz Polideportivo Cachamay
September 29, 1990 Caracas Poliedro de Caracas
September 30, 1990 Maracaibo El Lago Country Club
North America[4]
October 7, 1990[a] New York City United States Madison Square Garden[5]
October ?, 1990 Mayagüez Puerto Rico Palacio de Recreación y Deportes
October 12, 1990 San Juan Centro de Convenciones[6]
October 14, 1990
October ?, 1990 Mexico City Mexico
October ?, 1990 Puebla Universidad de las Américas Puebla
October ?, 1990 Culiacán
October ?, 1990 Toluca
November ?, 1990 Mexico City
November ?, 1990
November ?, 1990
November ?, 1990 Xalapa
November 18, 1990 Salina Cruz
November 19, 1990 Oaxaca
November 20, 1990 Villahermosa
November 22, 1990 Aguascalientes
November 23, 1990 Cuernavaca
November 24, 1990 Mexico City
November 25, 1990
December 11, 1990 Quetzal
December 12, 1990
December 13, 1990
December 14, 1990 Guadalajara Discoteque Dady'O
December 15, 1990 Zamora
December 16, 1990 Naucalpan Auditorio Lomas Verdes
December 20, 1990 Torreón Estadio Revolución
December 21, 1990 Monterrey Plaza de Toros Monumental
December 22, 1990 Reynosa
December ?, 1990 Mexico City
December ?, 1990 Acapulco Centro de Convenciones
February 6, 1991 Mexico City Premios Eres
February 9, 1991 Centro de Espectáculos Premier[7][8]
February 14, 1991
February 15, 1991
February 16, 1991
February 23, 1991 Ciudad Juárez Gimnasio Universitario UACJ[9]
Central America[10]
March 8, 1991 San José Costa Rica Country Club
March 9, 1991 Heredia Palacio de los Deportes
March 10, 1991
North America
March 15, 1991 Mexico City Mexico Centro Asturiano
March 16, 1991 Texcoco Estadio de Beisbol
March 17, 1991 Mexico City Siempre en Domingo
South America[11][12]
March 19, 1991[b] Bogotá Colombia Teatro La Castellana[13]
March 20, 1991 Barranquilla Estadio Metropolitano Roberto Meléndez
March 22, 1991 Bogotá Coliseo Cubierto El Campín
March 23, 1991 Cali Estadio Olímpico Pascual Guerrero
March 25, 1991 Bucaramanga Estadio Alfonso López
Europe
April 8, 1991 Madrid Spain Teatro Alcalá Palace
April 11, 1991 Barcelona Sala Studio 54[14]
South America
May 18, 1991 Valencia Venezuela Teatro Municipal de Valencia
North America
June 1, 1991 Acapulco Mexico Festival de Acapulco
  • Note: A lot of dates and venues are missing, and others may be wrong, due to the lack of reliable sources.

BandEdit

  • Vocals: Luis Miguel
  • Musical Director: Juan Carlos Toribio
  • Acoustic & electric guitar: Kiko Cibrian
  • Bass: Rudy Machorro
  • Piano & Keyboards: Juan Carlos Toribio
  • Keyboards: Arturo Pérez
  • Drums: Fernando Caballero
  • Percussion & Chorus: Alfredo Algarin
  • Saxophone:
  • Trumpet: Juan Manuel Arpero
  • Trumpet: José Villar
  • Backing Vocals: Patricia Tanus
  • Trio: Los Pao

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Gala concert called "México en la Música" with various artists as Daniela Romo, Los Bukis, Manuel Mijares, Marco Antonio Muñiz and others.
  2. ^ The March 19 concert in Bogotá was partially broadcast in Colombia by Caracol Televisión.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Luis Miguel en Concierto". Listín Diario (in Spanish). 16 November 1991. p. 7-Espectáculos. Retrieved 28 May 2019.
  2. ^ "Luis Miguel inició temporada en centro nocturno del DF". El Siglo de Torreón (in Spanish). Editora de la Laguna. 15 July 1990. p. 41. Retrieved 30 May 2019.
  3. ^ "Dimes y Diretes". El Siglo de Torreón (in Spanish). Editora de la Laguna. 14 July 1990. p. 42. Retrieved 30 May 2019.
  4. ^ "Luis Miguel y el OTI". El Nuevo Día (in Spanish). El Día, Inc. 15 November 1990. Retrieved 30 May 2019.[permanent dead link]
  5. ^ "Mexico on the Hudson". Daily News. Tribune Publishing. 5 October 1990. p. 69. Retrieved 31 May 2019.
  6. ^ "Apoteosico Luis Miguel". El Nuevo Día (in Spanish). El Día, Inc. 14 October 1990. Retrieved 30 May 2019.[permanent dead link]
  7. ^ "Luis Miguel iluminó la noche del 14 de febrero". El Siglo de Torreón (in Spanish). Editora de la Laguna. 17 February 1991. p. 48. Retrieved 30 May 2019.
  8. ^ "Dimes y Diretes". El Siglo de Torreón (in Spanish). Editora de la Laguna. 2 February 1991. p. 44. Retrieved 30 May 2019.
  9. ^ Silva, Guadalupe (22 February 1991). "'Sunshine Boy' is all grown up". El Paso Times. Gannett Co., Inc. p. 48 & 49. Retrieved 31 May 2019.
  10. ^ Alvarado, Alvaro (24 February 1991). "¡Ya viene Luis Miguel!". La Nación (in Spanish). Grupo Nación S.A. p. 12 /Viva. Retrieved 31 May 2019.
  11. ^ "Gente en la Noticia". El Siglo de Torreón (in Spanish). Editora de la Laguna. 16 March 1991. p. 52. Retrieved 31 May 2019.
  12. ^ "Una gira a cuenta gotas". El Tiempo (in Spanish). Casa Editorial El Tiempo S.A. 21 March 1991. Retrieved 31 May 2019.
  13. ^ "Show de peso pesado". El Tiempo (in Spanish). Casa Editorial El Tiempo S.A. 22 March 1991. Retrieved 31 May 2019.
  14. ^ "El cantante mexicano Luis Miguel presenta su disco "20 Años" en Studio 54". La Vanguardia (in Spanish). Grupo Godó. 11 April 1991. p. 45. Retrieved 31 May 2019.