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Amaral

Amaral Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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On tour Yes
Followers 25,171
Category Latin, Pop
Concerts
Jun
09
EL BOSQUE SONORO
Zaragoza Centro
Tickets
Jun
20
Antorchas Festival 2024
Albacete
Tickets
Jul
05
Festival Río Babel 2024
Madrid
Tickets
Jul
11
Parc del Fòrum
Barcelona
Tickets
Aug
09
Antiguo Aquapark de Calviá
Palma
Tickets
Aug
15
Parc de la Festa
Gandia
Tickets
Sep
28
Teatro del Generalife
Granada
Tickets
About Amaral
Amaral is a Spanish group, from the city of Zaragoza, made up of Eva Amaral - vocals and composer - and Juan Aguirre - guitarist and composer. The group's name is Eva's surname. Their music is pop and rock, with poetic lyrics about feelings. Eva's voice is deep, strong and very melodious. Biography: 1993-2000: The group Amaral was created on January 1st 1997 with Eva Amaral, main vocalist and composer, and Juan Aguirre, guitarist and composer, as members. The name of the group is Eva's surname, and it was chosen by Juan. Their story started at the beginning of the 90's, when Eva and Juan met at a recording studio in the city of Zaragoza. At the time, Eva was playing with a group called Bandera Blanca (White Flag) and Juan, with his group Días de vino y rosas (Days of Wine and Roses) collaborated with Eva's on one song. A close relationship was immediately born between them. In 1997 they moved from Zaragoza to Madrid and signed with Virgin-EMI. On May 5th 1998, they released their eponymous first album, produced by Pancho Varona. They sold around 70,000 copies, in a country with 40 million inhabitants. 2000-2002 In the year 2000, after a tour to present their first album, Amaral went to London to record their second album, called Una pequeña parte del mundo (A Little Part of the World), produced by Cameron Jenkins. It was a more mature record which contained 13 songs. Twelve of them were composed by the group and the thirteenth one was a version of a song by the Spanish singer Cecilia. 2002-2004 Two years later, Amaral entered the studio again with the same producer and recorded their third album, called Estrella de mar (Starfish). It was named Best National Album in 2002. They won several awards that year, including an MTV Europe Award to best Spanish artist, and five Spanish music awards. They also went international with this version, when their album was released under a new version in America in 2003. They sold 900,000 copies. In 2004, they were supposed to record an album and play with Bob Dylan when he visited Spain, but Juan suffered a wrist injury, so they had to delay the recording and Eva sang alone with Dylan. Finally in November of that year, Eva and Juan recorded their fourth album Pájaros en la cabeza (“Birds in the Head”, a Spanish expression meaning “dreamer”), again with Cameron Perkins. On March 14th 2004 they released it. It contained 14 songs, in a pop and rock style. They toured all over Spain until October, and later left to play in Mexico and Argentina. At the same time they recorded a concert for a DVD called El comienzo del Big Bang (The Beginning of the Big Bang). It was the best selling album in Spain in 2005, and sold about 600,000 copies worldwide. Eva has also sung with Moby.
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Genres
Latin, Pop
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Amaral Tour Cities
Granada, Spain Albacete, Spain Zaragoza Centro, Spain Madrid, Spain Palma, Spain Barcelona, Spain Gandia, Spain

Frequently Asked Questions About Amaral

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Amaral on tour?

Yes, Amaral is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Amaral concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Amaral tour is scheduled for 7 dates across 7 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Amaral scheduled to play?

Amaral is scheduled to play 7 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Amaral tour start?

Amaral’s tour starts Jun 09, 2024 and ends on Sep 28, 2024. They will play 7 cities; their most recent concert was held in Zaragoza Centro at EL BOSQUE SONORO and their next upcoming concert will be in Albacete at Recinto Ferial de Albacete.

What venues is Amaral performing at?

As part of the Amaral tour, Amaral is scheduled to play across the following venues and cities:

2024 Tour Dates:

Jun 09 - Zaragoza Centro, ES @ EL BOSQUE SONORO
Jun 20 - Albacete, Spain @ Recinto Ferial de Albacete
Jul 05 - Madrid, Spain @ Caja Mágica
Jul 11 - Barcelona, Sant Adrià de Besòs @ Parc del Fòrum
Aug 09 - Palma, ES @ Antiguo Aquapark de Calviá
Aug 15 - Gandia, Spain @ Parc de la Festa
Sep 28 - Granada, Spain @ Teatro del Generalife
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