Marco Antonio Solis to play Infinite Energy Arena September 2

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

 

MARCO ANTONIO SOLIS “EL BUKI” 40 YEAR ANNIVERSARY CONCERT

WITH SPECIAL GUESTS JESSE & JOY

AT INFINITE ENERGY ARENA SEPTEMBER 2ND

TICKETS ON SALE THURSDAY, JUNE 8TH AT 10AM

 

Miami, FL (May 22, 2017) - “Marco Antonio Solis” has plenty to celebrate this year. The iconic Mexican singer is not only celebrating 40 years in the music industry, but in his highly-anticipated 2017 US TOUR he will be joined in Atlanta by Multi Grammy winning duo “Jesse & Joy”. The show comes to Infinite Energy Arena on Saturday, September 2nd and tickets go on sale Thursday, June 8th at 10AM. To purchase tickets, visit www.InfiniteEnergyCenter.com, the arena box office or by calling 770-626-2464.

 

The concert is set to commemorate four decades of musical hits from ‘El Poeta del Siglo,’ who throughout his career has garnered five Latin GRAMMYs and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

 

Considered one of the greatest musical living legends in Latin America, Marco Antonio Solis was awarded last year with Billboard’s Lifetime Achievement Award. But that’s not the first time he’s been recognized by the glossy magazine. In 2010, he was named Billboard's Latin Artist of the Decade for his immense chart achievements, which include 30 record breaking songs that have hit the top 10 of Hot Latin Songs. Other notable accolades include 2014’s Pop Male Artist of the Year by Premio Lo Nuestro and numerous awards by international festival Viña Del Mar, to name a few.

 

With 18 studio albums, over 40 million album copies sold and over 300 songs to his name, “El Buki” will continue to be considered one of the most influential artists in Latin music. He’s also the only Latin artist, to have 12 albums reach the No. 1 spot in Billboard's Top Albums chart.

 

Jesse & Joy, with 4 studio albums, winners of 7 Latin Grammys, multiple Diamond and Platinum Certifications will delight their fans with their hit songs, “Espacio Sideral” “Llegaste Tu”, “La de la Mala Suerte” “Corre,” and “Llorar” among many others, in what promises to be an unforgettable evening.

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