Alejandro Fernández returns to Colombia in March 2023

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El Potrillo will tour South America with his 'Hecho En México' tour in 2023. He will give three dates in the country

Alejandro Fernández returns to Colombia in March 2023

In April 2022 Alejandro Fernández presented his single 'Amor Tumbado' accompanied by Natanael Cano. (Photo: IG alexoficial)

Singer Alejandro FernándezHe is now ready to continue with his tour 'Hecho En México' which, as usual in the artist's career, was a success after passing through Mexico, the United States and Central America. Now it is the turn of South America that will see the Potrillo in action starting next February 20, 2023, when he performs at the LXII International Song Festival of Viña del Mar, in Chile.

With a start in style in one of the most important musical events in Latin America, it will serve as proof of what attendees will be able to appreciate during the ten dates confirmed for this leg of the tour.

After passing through Chile, Argentina, Peru and Ecuador, Colombia also appears on the Mexican's agenda with three dates. The first will be on March 11 at the Cali Cañaveralejo Arena in the city of Cali, followed by Bogotá on March 17 at the Movistar Arena, closing its passage through the country in Medellín on the 18th of the same month at the Atanasio Girardot stadium, the city where this stage of the tour will also conclude.

It should be remembered that the singer has already performed this year in Colombia, specifically on March 24 at the Movistar Arena in Bogotá. Although so far the company that is going to bring it has not been confirmed, it is expected to be Ocesa, which has been in charge of taking it throughout the continent with great success.

According to what was indicated by the production company itself, the show that Alejandro Fernández is currently presenting includes a band made up of more than 20 musicians, who are in charge of putting their greatest hits to music, whether they are pop or mariachi music, accompanied by an audiovisual production. according to the lineage and the name of Alejandro Fernández.

The winner of two Latin Grammys and six Billboard awards has conquered stages around the world thanks to his interpretation of Mexican music alternated with forays into pop music. Its sales exceed 35 million records worldwide, and it reaches an average of monthly listeners on streaming platforms estimated at around 13 million followers.

His most recent record release, < b>'Hecho en México Edición Especial', an extended version of his latest album released in 2020 includes three new songs: 'No prenderé la luz', 'Ibas de salida' and a mariachi version of his classic 'No kiss him'. This album made him the first artist to reach #1 on Billboard's Top Latin Albums chart in four different decades (1990, 2000, 2010 and 2020).

In April of 2022 Alejandro Fernández presented his single 'Amor Tumbado' accompanied by Natanael Cano, and in July he reached #1 on Billboard's Regional Mexican chart with 'Never hesitate to call me ' where he collaborates with La Arrolladora Banda El Limón by René Camacho, which to date has accumulated 7 million views on Spotify.