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America Tour 1996 (also known as the Gira Nada Es Igual) was a concert tour performed by Luis Miguel during the last part of 1996 to promote his last album Nada Es Igual. It only lasted for one month and it only took place at some places in South America, like Buenos Aires, Argentina (in the River Plate Stadium, in which Luis Miguel performed his third biggest-attendance show of his career, with 60,000 people), Santiago de Chile, Uruguay, Peru, Paraguay, Ecuador and Brazil.[1]

America Tour
Tour by Luis Miguel
America96.jpg
Associated albumNada Es Igual
Start dateNovember 19, 1996
End dateDecember 14, 1996
Legs1
No. of shows12 in South America
12 total
Luis Miguel concert chronology

This is mentioned to be the shortest tour ever made by the artist.

Tour Set ListEdit

America Tour : (1 legs, 12 shows)
Nov/19/1996 - Dec/14/1996
No.TitleOriginal albumLength
1."Introduction"  
2."Dame Tú Amor"Aries 
3."Me Niego A Estar Solo"Aries 
4."Up Tempo Medley" (Un Hombre Busca Una Mujer / Cuestión de Piel / Oro de Ley)Busca Una Mujer, 20 Años 
5."Medley" (Yo Que No Vivo Sin Ti / Culpable O No / Mas Allá de Todo / Fría Como El Viento / Entrégate / Tengo Todo Excepto A Ti / La Incondicional)Soy Como Quiero Ser, 20 Años, Busca Una Mujer 
6."Si Te Vas"Nada Es Igual 
7."Hasta El Fin"Aries 
8."Intro (Guitar) - Todo Y Nada"Segundo Romance 
9."No Sé Tú"Romance 
10."No Me Platiques Más"Romance 
11."La Barca"Romance 
12."Nosotros"Segundo Romance 
13."El Día Que Me Quieras"Segundo Romance 
14."Intro (Saxophone) - Que Nivel De Mujer"Aries 
15."Sueña"Nada Es Igual 
16."Come Fly With Me"Duets II 
17."Dame"Nada Es Igual 
18."La Media Vuelta"Segundo Romance 
19."Amanecí En Tus Brazos"El Concierto 
20."Si Nos Dejan"El Concierto 
21."Suave"Aries 
22."Como Es Posible Que A Mi Lado"Nada Es Igual 
23."Será Que No Me Amas"20 Años 

Tour datesEdit

List of concerts, showing date, city, country and venue
Date City Country Venue
South America
November 19, 1996 Lima Perú Estadio Niño Héroe Manuel Bonilla
November 22, 1996 Quito Ecuador Estadio Olímpico Atahualpa[2]
November 25, 1996 Rio de Janeiro Brazil Arena Metropolitan[3]
November 26, 1996 São Paulo Teatro Olympia[4]
November 27, 1996
November 30, 1996 Santiago Chile Estadio Nacional de Chile
December 3, 1996 Asunción Paraguay Estadio Defensores del Chaco[5]
December 7, 1996 Buenos Aires Argentina River Plate Stadium[6][7]
December 8, 1996[a]
December 10, 1996 Montevideo Uruguay Estadio Centenario
December 13, 1996 Córdoba Argentina Estadio Chateau Carreras[9]
December 14, 1996 Rosario Estadio Gigante de Arroyito
12 Concerts 10 cities 7 countries 10 venues

Cancelled showsEdit

List of cancelled concerts, showing date, city, country, venue, and reason for cancellation
Date City Country Venue Reason
November 29, 1996 Santiago Chile Estadio San Carlos de Apoquindo Delays in transportation

BandEdit

  • Vocals: Luis Miguel
  • Acoustic & Electric Guitar: Kiko Cibrian
  • Bass: Lalo Carrillo
  • Piano: Francisco Loyo
  • Keyboards: Arturo Pérez
  • Drums: Victor Loyo
  • Percussion: Tommy Aros
  • Saxophone: Jeff Nathanson
  • Trumpet: Francisco Abonce
  • Trumpet: Cleto Escobedo
  • Trombone: Victor Potenza
  • Trombone: Alejandro Carballo
  • Backing Vocals: Hannah Mancini, Sandra Allen

NotesEdit

  1. ^ The December 8, 1996 concert at River Plate Stadium in Buenos Aires was originally scheduled to take place on December 6, 1996, but was postponed due to "Heavy rains".[8]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Luis Miguel Countries America Tour
  2. ^ "Luis Miguel en concierto". El Siglo de Torreón (in Spanish). Editora de la Laguna. 22 November 1996. p. 40. Retrieved 7 May 2019.
  3. ^ Vieira, Paulo (25 November 1996). "Luis Miguel mostra 'bolero para boi dormir'". Folha de S.Paulo (in Portuguese). Grupo Folha. p. 8 ilustrada. Retrieved 29 May 2019.
  4. ^ Simão, José (29 November 1996). "Uepa! Cucarachas taradas atacam Luis Miguel!". Folha de S.Paulo (in Portuguese). Grupo Folha. p. 14 ilustrada. Retrieved 29 May 2019.
  5. ^ "Luis Miguel cantó en Paraguay". El Siglo de Torreón (in Spanish). Editora de la Laguna. 5 December 1996. p. 31. Retrieved 7 May 2019.
  6. ^ "Luis Miguel ante 45 mil argentinos". El Siglo de Torreón (in Spanish). Editora de la Laguna. 9 December 1996. p. 38. Retrieved 7 May 2019.
  7. ^ "El amor tiene cara de varón". La Nación (in Spanish). 9 December 1996. Retrieved 7 May 2019.
  8. ^ "Lluvia impide concierto de Luis Miguel". El Siglo de Torreón (in Spanish). Editora de la Laguna. 8 December 1996. p. 65. Retrieved 7 May 2019.
  9. ^ "Las visitas de Luis Miguel a Córdoba". La Voz del Interior (in Spanish). Grupo Clarín S.A. 28 October 2014. Retrieved 7 May 2019.
  10. ^ Luis Miguel in Chile Megavisión