Venue Details

395 Star Starred
Gibson Amphitheatre at Universal Citywalk
100 Universal City Plaza Universal City, CA 91608
818-622-4440
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Reviews & Ratings

29 ratings
4.6 average rating
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Goldstar Member Red Velvet
477 events
282 reviews
44 stars
attended Jul 24 2010

I thought it was a boring show. He came out way too late, I found that it was inconsiderate of him. See this show only if you REALLY REALLY like him.

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21 reviews
29 stars
attended Jul 24 2010

The concert was excellent and he literally performed for two solid hours. It was disappointing that the concert started one full hour late! I consider this to be disrespectful to the fans, especially when I confirmed via the concessionaires that...continued

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19 reviews
130 stars
attended Jul 24 2010

I enjoyed the show once it got started. Alejandro interacted with the audience, handed the microphone over to fans in the front to sing. Crowd was on feet for several of his songs. Great atmosphere. He sang both old and new. Personally, I love...continued

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Website

http://www.livenation.com/Alejandro-Sanz-tickets/artist/755193

Quotes & Highlights

Visit Alejando Sanz’s website.

Description

Alejandro Sanz is possibly the most popular and respected of all Spanish pop singers. He’s a singer, songwriter and producer and winner of numerous awards (including a Latin Grammy).

He’s been around for over a decade and has collaborated with artists such as flamenco artist Paco de Lucia and Latin diva Shakira. His music is a fusion of pop, rock and flamenco.

“Mas” (1997) is the album that launched him internationally – it features classic tracks such as “Corazon partio”, “Y, si fuera ella?” and “Amiga mia.”