Juanes Announces Miami Date at the American Airlines Arena April 15 UPDATE

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UPDATE: Originally scheduled for April 15, Juanes's show at the American Airlines Arena has been changed to October 15.

If you missed the special presale for Juanes' recently announced Miami date, have no fear ... Tickets are now on sale via Ticketmaster for his April 15 October 15 show at the AAA by El Parce himself.

Parce, for those not versed in Colombian-speak, is akin to papo, if you're Cuban, papi for Puerto Ricans, tigre to Dominicans, Mexicans' guey and ... Well, you get the picture.

However, P.A.R.C.E. is also the title of Juanes' just dropped, highly anticipated sixth studio album.

It's been a full three years since the Colombian singer-songwriter and all around Latin icon released his acclaimed, Grammy-winning La Vida es... un Ratico, though it might not feel like it. That could be because of the success of singles "Me Enamora," "Gotas de Agua Dulce," "Tres," "Odio Por Amor," and "Hoy Me Voy." Not to mention that he also released La Vida es... un Ratico: En Vivo a year later, the album's successful live follow-up.

No surprise, Juanes seems destined for achievement once again with this latest effort, which is already on its second single, "Y No Regresas," following a rather auspicious lead off in "Yerbatero."

Juanes. Saturday, October 15, 2011. American Airlines Arena, 601 Biscayne Blvd., Miami. The show starts at 8 p.m. and tickets cost $22 to $110 plus fees via ticketmaster.com. Visit aaarena.com.

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