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Spanish singer Julio Iglesias gestures after receiving two awards, for the artist with most albums sold in Spain and for Latin artist that has sold the most records in history, in Madrid December 16, 2011. REUTERS/Juan Medina  (SPAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT) - RTR2VC0S

Spanish singer Julio Iglesias gestures after receiving two awards, for the artist with most albums sold in Spain and for Latin artist that has sold the most records in history, in Madrid December 16, 2011. REUTERS/Juan Medina (SPAIN – Tags: ENTERTAINMENT) – RTR2VC0S

Cape Town fans of the legendary Julio Iglesias should diarise 19 October 2016 when GrandWest welcomes the legendary singer to its stage at the Grand Arena. His concert at GrandWest is one of only three he will perform in South Africa as part of his World Tour.

With an accompanying orchestra, Iglesias will perform timeless songs such as “Tango”, “Quiereme Mucho”, “Hey”, “Moonlight Lady”, “Un Canto A Galicia”, “Por Una Mujer”, “Crazy”, Starry Night” and the timeless hit “To All The Girls I Loved Before”.  The show promises an audiovisual feast with dancers and spectacular sound.

The Spanish performer has had an illustrious career spanning almost 50 years during which he has sold more than 300 million albums, in 14 different languages, worldwide. The height of his success was during the 1970s and 1980s. He is known across the globe for sentimental hit songs including “Hey”, “1110 Bel Air Place”, “Non Stop”, “Calor” and “Crazy”. Many of his duets such as “To All the Girls I’ve Loved Before” with Willie Nelson, “All of You” with Diana Ross and “My Love” with Stevie Wonder were chart toppers.

“Julio Iglesias’ concert is a superlative treat for the many fans whose hearts he has captured over the years. It promises to be one of the highlights of our spring concert calendar and we look forward to seeing him perform many of the evergreen hits which made him famous,” says Elouise Matthys, PR and Promotions Manager at GrandWest.

Tickets are selling quickly at Computicket. Prices range from R350 to R1 250 per person.

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