Buenos Aires, Mar 6 (EFE).- Spanish singer Alejandro Sanz is offering three concerts in the Argentine capital as part of a Latin American tour to promote his latest album, "La musica no se toca."
Sanz's three-night run as Buenos Aires' Geba stadium is set to begin Thursday.
The Spaniard launched the Argentine leg of his tour with a show last Saturday before a sold-out Metropolitano hall in the central city of Rosario.
Next came a performance at Orfeo Superdomo stadium in Cordoba, followed by a concern Tuesday night in the western city of Mendoza.
Sanz, 44, has sold more than 22 million albums worldwide and is the owner of three Grammy and 16 Latin Grammys. Last month, the singer-songwriter was named Pop Male Artist of the Year at Univision's Premio Lo Nuestro awards in Miami.