Julio Iglesias postpones Comerica Theatre show scheduled for March 14
Citing scheduling conflicts, the March 14 concert by Spanish crooner Julio Iglesias has been postponed.
Promoter Live Nation issued the news on the night of Wednesday, March 7.
Due to scheduling conflicts, the Julio Iglesias show scheduled for March 14th at Comerica Theatre will be postponed. A new date will be announced as soon as possible and all tickets will be honored. We apologize for any inconvenience. Refunds are available at point of purchase.
The superstar Spanish crooner reportedly has sold more than 300 million albums around the globe. Among his greatest hits: "Hey," "De Niña a Mujer," "Quiero" and "Mammy Blue."
Last year, the Spanish edition of Vanity Fair ran a cover story that discussed the 75-year-old's health and his lack of a public profile in recent years. Shortly after the magazine appeared, the iconic crooner announced the 50th anniversary tour, which put an end to speculation.
"I haven’t played the United States in a long time. I used to play very often," he told the Houston Chronicle in an interview promoting the tour. "I spent a few years writing a book and doing other things, many things in my life. I decided to go back on the stage because I thought I was dying a little ... It’s for the people, from Finland to China, who give me the opportunity to still sing."