There's something about the curly-haired romantico David Bisbal that makes women melt.
Maybe it's his dreamy lyrics, his Spanish accent, or his music's sultry Mediterranean vibe. Whatever it is, he's got it and he's bringing it to the Magic City once again.
Last month, Bisbal put on a passionate performance for Miami at Univision's Premio Lo Nuestro . So we predict that his upcoming local concert is gonna leave each and every Fillmore Miami Beach patron totally panty-less.
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In October, the singer gave his fans a sneak peek of his U.S. and Canada Acoustic Tour at the Carnegie Hall in New York. The announcement made women across the globe, in particular across North America, faint.
Well, earlier this month, they all woke up quite satisfied when the Spanish papi kicked off his cross-continental panty-dropping parade with three sold-out shows in Washington D.C., Boston, and Toronto.
The 11-city tour was perfectly timed with the March 12 U.S. release of his latest album, Live at the Royal Albert Hall, which is sure to land him a few awards, especially after winning the 2012 Latin Grammy Award for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album.
Although most of his songs at the Fillmore will likely be from the successful album which won him the honor, Una noche en el Teatro Real, we anticipate hearing some new tracks from his latest record, as well as some older hits like "Bulería" and "Lloraré las penas."
Miami will mark the final North American stop of his tour before finally wrapping with two back-to-back concerts on the other side of the equator in Buenos Aires.
David Bisbal. Sunday, March 17. Fillmore Miami Beach, 1700
Washington Ave., Miami Beach. The show starts at 8 p.m. and tickets cost
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