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Alejandro Sanz & Juanes Launch Livestream Special After Coronavirus Cancelations

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Alejandro Sanz performs in the audience during the Latin Recording Academy's 2019 Person of the Year gala honoring Juanes at the Premier Ballroom at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino on November 13, 2019 in Las Vegas.

Alejandro Sanz and Juanes were forced to postpone upcoming concerts due to the coronavirus pandemic, but fans will get the chance to see them perform, together, during a special livestreaming event on Sunday (March 15).

Both Sanz and Juanes are grounded in Miami as a result of the precautionary measures they've taken by postponing their tours, which were set to bring them both to Colombia this weekend.

Determined to make the most of an unfortunate situation, the good friends and Grammy-winning collaborators will be be joining forces for ALEJANDRO SANZ & JUANES: El Gira Se Queda En Casa Para Todos” (The Tour Stays Home For All), a jam session with performances and a digital Q&A that will be livestreamed from Art House Miami Studio.

"Friends are onstage but also at home," Sanz wrote on Instagram following news of the event. Though Juanes is sad to have to back out of his Bogotá performance, he shared a smiling photo of himself and encouraged his fans to tune into the livestream: "Tomorrow we'll be sharing a good time and good music. Will you join us?"

The livestream is set to start at 4:30 p.m. E.T., an intentional choice so that as many fans in as many timezones as possible could tune in. For more information, visit arthouseacademy.com/live/.

Watch Sanz and Juanes' livestream below.

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