Ricardo Arjona at Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie

Ricardo Arjona Tickets

Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie

Ricardo Arjona comes to Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie on Friday 8th April 2022 as part of his North America Tour that begins on March 24 at the Kiva Auditorium, Albuquerque. Arjona had to settle for online concerts for a while, and his live CIRCO SOLEDAD live tour was streamed by more than a million and a half music lovers worldwide. His upcoming tour is named after his recent album, Blanco y Negro, which will see him making stops at Texas, California, New York, and Florida to name a few. Grab your tickets right now! If you have been following one of the biggest names in Latin American music, you should not miss out on this live concert.

Ricardo Arjona at Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie

Arjona’s latest album, Blanco Y Negro, is one of the most daring works of the Guatemalan singer-songwriter as it brings to life two of the best albums of his career. The album’s first single release, Hongos, is an anthem about authenticity and is a testament to the kind of work that made him famous when he started. Arjona has often been described as a legendary artist now; he has become a universal music icon with his iconic lyrics and distinctive voice. Commentators also call him the “Bob Dylan” of Latin America, which is a massive compliment in itself. In a career spanning more than 30 years, Arjona has managed to sell over 80 million records and is recognized as one of the most successful Latin American artists.
The Grammy-winning artist made his long-awaited comeback with his latest album recorded in the Abbey Road Studios in London, where Beatles recorded most of their work. Built-in the 1930s, it is one of the most legendary recording studios in the world. After the global lockdowns and a couple of years of hardly any events, Arjona’s upcoming tour is arguably one of the most anticipated tours of 2022. Ticket demand is on the rise, and they could sell out pretty fast! Grab yours ASAP.

Ricardo Arjona at Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie

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