The great and intense tours of the national artists continue to reap successes in all the Spanish territory, where the attendants are counted by hundreds of thousands. Fluge Audiovisuales is the company in charge of the supply of sound, lighting and video equipment for these huge and important shows.
In these dates, the tours of the national artists are in different points, although none of them rest during the summer when the event calendar is multiplied.
Raphael’s tour ‘Sinphónico’(symphonic) will continue to chart successes until October 29,which is the last confirmed date. The upcoming dates confirmed by Melendi and his tour ‘Directo a Septiembre’(Direct to September) will lead him to perform in Laguna de Duero, Zaragoza and Elda. On the other hand, ‘Tour Caos’, the tour of Malú, that began in the month of April, will not stop offering concerts throughout the year, until its arrival in Madrid and Barcelona on 17 and 23 December respectively.
The last date of Rumba a lo Desconocido (Rumba to the unknown), the recent tour of Estopa, will be in the Palau Sant Jordi of Barcelona the upcoming October 15th.
The tours continue to have an overwhelming success in Spain, but also outside our borders. Such is the case of Bunbury and his Mutaciones Tour (Mutations Tour), which, after his concert in Madrid on September 10th, will fly to the US and Mexico to offer a total of 15 performances. Another of those who carries behind him a multitude of concerts in Latin America, the US, Central America and Spain is Miguel Bosé and his Amo Tour(Love Tour), who returned to Mexico on August 27th. It also happens with Alejandro Sanz’s Sirope tour (Syrup tour), which will continue to Mexico until next December 5th he returns to the Barclaycard Center in Madrid for his tour finale. The one that completed his new tour was Manolo Garcia, who offered his last concert of Todo Es Ahora (All is now) last July 30 in Músicos en la Naturaleza(Musicians in Nature), where Fluge Audiovisuales was also present