CHICAGO, March 1 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR
WIRE/ — Cardenas Marketing Network (CMN), one of the nation’s leading
multicultural event marketing agencies, announced that tickets will go on sale
on Friday, March 5 for pop star Chayanne’s highly anticipated “No Hay
Imposibles” (“It’s Not Impossible”) World Tour, which kicks off
May 13 at the Gibson Amphitheatre in Los Angeles, Calif. The tour will include
25 stateside shows and is divided into two legs. See below schedule for first
leg of shows; the second leg of shows will be released in the near future. CMN
and Live Nation will be producing the entire U.S. tour for the international
music icon and winner of the 2010 Premio Lo Nuestro “Excellence
Tickets for the tour will go on sale on
Friday, March 5 and can be purchased by calling Ticketmaster at 1-800-745-3000
or online at www.ticketmaster.com. For more
information, please call 312-492-6424.
CHAYANNE “NO HAY IMPOSIBLES” U.S.
TOUR – FIRST LEG
May 13 Gibson Amphitheatre Los Angeles, Calif.
May 15 HP Pavilion San Jose, Calif. 8:00 p.m.
May 21 Morongo Casino Palm Springs, Calif. 8:00 p.m.
May 22 Anselmo Valencia Amphitheatre Tucson, Ariz. 8:00
May 23 San Diego Sports Arena San Diego, Calif.
June 4 American Airlines Arena Miami, Fla.
June 6 Gwinnett Arena Atlanta, Ga. 8:00 p.m.
released his latest musical production, “No Hay Imposibles,” on
February 23, 2010. The album, recorded
between Miami, Puerto Rico, Los Angeles, Bogota and Buenos Aires, signals the
return of the Puerto Rican singing icon to the music scene after almost two
years of being involved with other projects. The album’s first single, “Me
Enamore De Ti,” is also the theme to
the popular Mexican soap opera, Corazon Salvaje. In all, 11 tracks make up
Chayanne’s latest musical endeavor, with something for everyone, from melodious
ballads to unmistakable uptempos.
Hay Imposibles” is already certified gold in Argentina, Venezuela, Mexico
and the U.S., while “Me Enamore De Ti” is also the # 1 iTunes
download in Mexico and the U.S.
2009, the artist returned to a field in which he has also shone, one in which
his fans had wanted to see him again: acting. He starred in a TV miniseries,
Gabriel and, once he concluded that, he tackled music head on, seeking songs
for “No Hay Imposibles;” working with general producer Javier Diaz
and with other renowned industry veterans such as Julio Reyes, Sebastian Krys,
Pablo Duran and Rene Toledo; and promoting up-and-coming talents, such as young
Venezuelan composer Paolo Tondo, author of “Me Enamore De Ti,” among