Manuel Turizo Brings the 2000 Tour to the U.S.
Manuel Turizo is hitting the road in the U.S. this fall. Today (July 24), the rising Colombian star announced the stateside dates for his 2000 Tour.
In March, Manuel Turizo released his third album, 2000. The title is a reference to his birth year and the 2000s aesthetics that he embraced for this project. The LP includes Turizo’s global hits like “La Bachata” and “El Merengue” featuring American DJ Marshmello. Throughout the year, he has performed concerts in Latin America and Europe for the 2000 Tour. Now, the tour will be coming to the U.S. and Canada.
“I want to have a blast and show the public in the United States a show that they will never forget,” Turizo shared in a statement in Spanish.
The U.S. leg of the 2000 Tour kicks off in Miami, FL, on Oct. 6. Throughout that month and early November, Turizo will visit major cities like Atlanta, New York City, San Antonio, Houston, Los Angeles, and San Diego. There will also be one stop in Canada in Toronto on Nov. 2. The tour will wrap up the next day in Chicago, IL, on Nov. 3.
The artist, VIP, and CDM pre-sales for the tour start on Thursday, July 27, at 10 a.m. local time. Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Friday, Jul. 28, at 10 a.m. The tour is produced by CMN Events and Manuel Turizo’s label La Industria Inc.
Last month, Shakira enlisted Turizo to feature on her latest single, “Copa Vacía.” Shortly after, a video of Mexican Internet celebrity Wendy Guevara lusting for him went viral. Many of Shakira’s fans reposted it after seeing Turizo in the “Copa Vacía” music video. On his Instagram account, Turizo showed himself reacting to Guevara’s video while smiling, laughing, and smoking a cigar.