Eros Ramazzotti is back again with his new album “Vita ce n’è” and his new World Tour

Written by on 11th September 2018

London (Giulia Faloia) – Eros Ramazzotti is coming back with his new album “Vita ce n’è” that will be released the 23rd of November and that can be already preordered on spotify.

Eros is one of the most internationally successful light music and latin pop Italian singer since the 80’s and he collaborated with great artists such as Tina Turner, Cher, Anastacia, Ricky Martin, Joe Cocker, Andrea Bocelli e Luciano Pavarotti.

He joined three Festival di Sanremo. The first in 1984, when he won the section “Voci Nuove” singing “Terra Promessa” and the second in 1985 with “Una storia importante”, that got not only the sixth place, but also a great success as a record. In 1986 he got the first place singing “Adesso tu”.

Eros became really famous internationally since he was very young. When he was only 24 years old he published his third album “In certi momenti”, featuring Patsy Kensit in “La luce buona delle stelle” by which he reached the highest positions of the European top charts for the first time. Ramazzotti started a nine month tour then, selling more than 3 million copies.

In 1990 he came up with “In ogni senso”, introduced in Venice in a press conference with about 200 international credentialed journalists. The album was published in 15 nations and during the promotional tournée he had a concert at Radio City Music Hall in New York: sold out.

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The next 28th October his first double live album Eros in concert was released and the following 4th December, Canale 5 transmitted the concert in Barcelona. The most meaningful parts of this concert were proposed again in a VHS published in 1992 by the title of Eros Ramazzotti – In giro per il mondo together with some parts of the New York concert. He also gave the proceeds to charity.

In 1992 he flew to Los Angeles with Gianni Morandi to introduce their charity for childhood to Michael Jackson thank’s to Nazionale Cantanti. The same year Eros had a duet with Biagio Antonacci in the album “Liberatemi” and he joined the music competition Toma La luna in Argentina.

Now he’s back again with his new cd, that will be released in three different versions: standard, deluxe and double vinyl.

The Italian artist is ready to start his new “Vita ce n’è World Tour”, that will take place for the first time the 17th of February in the Olympia Halle in Munich. He will subsequently join concerts all over the world, such as Milan, Rome, Madrid, Paris, Amsterdam, London, Prague, Bruxelles, Vienna, Chicago, Miami, Los Angeles, New York, Mexico City, Moscow, Tel Aviv, Rio De Janeiro, Copenaghen, Santiago del Cile, Buenos Aires, Philadelphia, Toronto e Boston.

Eros said that his purpose is expressing the mood of this historic moment, trying to give a positive message. This is the latest great success of one of the greatest Italian singer.

VITA CE N

E WORLD TOUR

Feb

ruary

17 Munich, Olympiahalle

20 Koln, Lanxess Arena

22 Luxembourg, Rock Hall

25 Stuttgart, Schleyerhalle

Mar

ch

2 Turin, Pala Alpitour

5 Milan, Mediolanum Forum

6 Milan, Mediolanum Forum

8 Milan, Mediolanum Forum

9 Milan, Mediolanum Forum

12 Rome, Palalottomatica

13 Rome, Palalottomatica

15 Rome, Palalottomatica

16 Rome, Palalottomatica

19 Lyon, Le Halle Tony Garnier

21 Madrid, Palacio Vista Alegre

23 Barcelona, Palau St. Jordi

25 Zurich, Hallenstadion

28 Paris, Accorshotel Arena

31 Brussels, Forest National

April

1 Brussels, Forest National

3 Amsterdam, Ziggo Dome

5 London, Eventim Apollo

7 Marseille, Le Dome

9 Geneva, Arena

11 Leipzig, Arena

13 Mannheim, Arena

15 Vienna, Stadthalle

May – June

North and South America tour will touch the most important cities including:

New York, Los

Angeles, Miami, Chicago, Toronto, Mexico City, Buenos Aires, Rio De Janeiro, Sa

o Paulo, Santiago

de Chile and many more.

Full routing to be announced shortly.

September

24 Belgrade, Stark Arena

27 Athens, Faliro Pavilion

30 Skopie, Boris Trajkovski Vip Arena

October

3 Sofia, Arena Armeec Hall

5 Bratislava, O

Nepela Arena

8 Kiev, Sport Palace

11 Moscow, Crocus Hall

13 St. Petersburg, Ice Palace

15 Helsinki, Hartwall Arena

18 Kaunas, Zalgirio Arena

20 Warsaw, Torwar Hall

22 Prague, O2 Arena

24 Budapest, Arena

27 Copenaghen, KB Hallen

30 Stockholm, Ericsson Globe


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