Alejandro Sanz 'Más es Más' Concert to Be Streamed Worldwide

Alejandro Sanz performs at the Mandalay Bay Events Center on Nov. 18, 2015 in Las Vegas.
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Alejandro Sanz performs at the Mandalay Bay Events Center on Nov. 18, 2015 in Las Vegas. 

Spanish Company Feel the Live Partners With AMC Iberia to offer the one-time anniversary concert.

Alejandro Sanz will celebrate the 20th anniversary of his game-changing Latin pop album Más with a unique concert at Madrid’s Vicente Calderón Stadium on June 24. All of the tickets for show at the 55,000-capacity stadium had been snatched up by February, making Sanz the first Spanish artist ever to sell out every available seat in the stadium. (And he will be the last to do so: soccer team Atletico Madrid played its last game in the historic stadium on May 8; it is set for demolition in 2018.)

Sanz will perform the songs from the album during the show, accompanied by a line-up of numerous international guests.

The artists and his label, Universal Music, assure that the Más es Más show will not be repeated. To allow those not in Madrid for the big night to see it, Feel the Live, a Spanish company that offers live streaming of concerts by Spanish and Latin American artists has partnered with AMC Networks International Iberia to offer the Más concert to global audiences.

Fans must purchase a 4.99 euro “ticket” (the cost is about $5.40) to access the concert on the Feel the Live website to watch Sanz perform his signature hit “Corazón Partio”  and other songs from the enduring album.



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