Juanes - The 2014 Tour
Latin pop sensation Juanes is back, bringing his extensive decade spanning discography out
of the studio and straight to your ears and heart as he delivers his signature sound at four exclusive shows this fall. Don't
miss him when he hits Las Vegas, New York City, and Austin in what is sure to be one of the biggest music events of 2014.
Juanes is always adding new and exciting tour destinations to his busy tour schedule. Keep up to date on all of his latest
events right here no StubHub, your number one destination for all your concert ticket needs.
Juanes' 2014 tour stops
will be passing through some of the greatest venues and events that North America has to offer. First, catch him at none other
than Madison Square Garden in fabulous and beautiful New York City. After he's done rocking the Big Apple, Juanes will head
to Austin, Texas for two back to back weekends at the Austin City Limits festival, the premier concert event the southwest
has to offer. Finally, Juanes will be stopping through the adult playground of Las Vegas where he'll be playing at the illustrious
Chelsea theater, located in Vegas' hottest new casino destination: the Cosmopolitan. The Juanes 2014 tour is shaping up to
be one of the best rock tours of the year - don't miss out!
Hailing from Carolina del Principe,
Colombia, Juanes started jamming on the guitar before the age of ten, and soon was experimenting with music from all the major
genres popular in Colombia at the time. Amongst the styles he experimented with were rock, traditional Latin music, tango
and indigenous Colombian folk. Juanes' childhood would not be all guitar playing and music listening, as he spent his formative
years in the famed city of Medellin, at the time one of the most dangerous cities in the world to live in. The events of his
youth would make him a socially conscious musician, informing his personal morality and his view towards music as a vehicle
Juanes would exhibit a diehard work ethic, forming his own band in the late 80s dubbed Ekhymosis, which
would tour predominantly around Colombia and become a staple of the early Colombian rock movement. Juanes would become frustrated
with the lack of international breakout for the band, eventually disbanding the group ten years and five albums later. Juanes
would immediately get to work on his solo project, and by 2000 he had released his debut album, gaining momentum in Colombia
but failing to gain international traction. Despite its lack of success outside of Latin America, the album was a monumental
hit in Latin music circles, winning three Latin Grammys for Best Rock Song, Best Rock Solo Album and Best New Artist.
2002, Juanes fever had spread into Spain and Mexico, again topping charts and gaining widespread critical acclaim. His second
solo album earned him another flurry of Latin Grammys, but Juanes' insatiable appetite for international success wouldn't
be satisfied until the late 2000s, when Juanes eventually took on the title of quintessential Latin rocker the world over.
Juanes is now considered to be an international artist and master proprietor of Latin rock, with his new releases causing
a flurry of activity and praise from Latin America to Europe to Asia.
Juanes' big debut
would be 2002's Un Dia Normal, which lit up the charts as it came in at the number one spots on the US Latin and Mexico Billboards.
The album would instantly go quintuple platinum, his second album to get a platinum certification, and quickly became his
most acclaimed release up to that point in time. The album would be carried by a slew of hits, with nearly half the songs
on the album being released as singles, including "A Dios le Pido", "Es Por Ti", "Mala Gente", "Fotografia", and "La Paga".
would bring Loco de Amor, his most recent release that would end up going platinum twelve times over, and again light up all
the charts. The album would break the top ten in three major categories, including the Argentina, Mexico, and US Latin Billboards.
The album thus far has spawned three huge hit singles, including "La Luz", "Mil Pedazos", and "Una Flor".
spearheaded the Mi Sangre Foundation, in an effort to help victims of anti personnel landmines. People in war torn countries,
usually children, suffer viciously at the hands of landmines that are deployed during wartime but never removed once the conflict
The Juanes Concert Experience
Get ready to experience the one man who is Latin rock music personified.
Juanes is and always will be the cutting edge of Latin pop rock, a pathfinder who has defined an entire genre for nearly two
decades. From his epic refrains in "La Camisa Negra" to the heartfelt anthem of "A Dios Le Pido", Juanes will have you out
of your seat and singing along no matter what language you speak. Don't miss this opportunity to see a living legend in the
flesh - get your tickets today!