Gilberto Santa Rosa Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts
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On tour Yes
Category Latin, Salsa
Clowes Memorial Hall
Tobin Center for the Performing Arts
Radio City Music Hall
Durham Performing Arts Center
The Plaza Theatre Performing Arts Center
Smart Financial Centre at Sugar Land
Winspear Opera House
McAllen Performing Arts Center
Ciudad De México
About Gilberto Santa Rosa
Gilberto Santa Rosa was born on 21 August 1962, in Puerto Rico and today is known as "El Caballero de la Salsa" (the gentleman of salsa). In 1976 he started with a group of amateurs in Puerto Rico, and his first recording was with the Mario Ortiz Orchestra. He then moved on to Orquesta La Grande, and during the two years Gilberto was with them, he met Mr. Elias Lopés who later helped mold and polish the promising young singer, releasing three recordings. In 1980, he got an important opportunity recording "Homenaje a Eddie Palmieri" with the Puerto Rico All Stars. He then went on to record with Tommy Olivencia. From 1981 through 1986 he was with the Willie Rosario Orchestra where he recorded six albums. Santa Rosa then signed with Ralph Cartagena's Combo Records. In 1986, he debuted on Good Vibrations fronting his own salsa orquesta. After releasing three more albums on Combo, including "De Amor y Salsa", he switched to CBS Records and issued the chart-topping salsa romantica set Punto De Vista in 1990, which went platinum and spawned the smash hits "Vivir Sin Ella" and "Perdoname". Santa Rosa's 1991 CBS/Sony follow-up, Perspectiva, was another monster hit. Since the mid-80s, the mainstream salsa recording industry in Puerto Rico and the USA has been largely preoccupied with developing and marketing the images of "good looking" young male vocalists, rather than producing solid, stimulating music performed by swinging soneros (improvising salsa singers). Santa Rosa, however, who was one of the first of this new crop of solo singers, is regarded as being amongst the small number who deserve to be called a sonero. In 1990, Santa Rosa was in the illustrious company of Andy Montañez and Pedro Brull (from Mulenze ), as one of the contemporary soneros assembled by bandleader Don Perignon for his all-star La Puertorriqueña project. In 1990, he won the Billboard Lo Nuestro award for Best Male Singer. He has also performed at New York's prestigious annual salsa festival. But 1990 was an important year in other respects. Santa Rosa made acting debut in the play "La pareja dispareja", where he was joined by Rafo Muñiz and Luis Vigoreaux. He visited Japan in 1995 as Puerto Rico's musical ambassador and sang one of his songs, "De cara al viento" in Japanese in his effort to bridge the cultural barriers. Since then Santa Rosa's fame reached across borders and continents; commanding recognition as salsa artist in most demand. In 1976 he released yet another smash album Esencia which included hit songs such as No Quiero Nada Regala'o. Santa Rosa's recent work has not been limited to soloist recordings. He joined other artists in the First President's Festival in the Dominican Republic; Andy Montañez in New York's Lincoln Center, in 1997; and Olga Tañon in the Universal Studios Amphitheater in Holloywood, in 1997. In 1999, he released Expresión, which reinforced his international fame. The album included the hit song "Que alguien me diga", written by Omar Alfanno, which was at the top of Billboard‘s latin chart for various weeks. The album also included the song Fulana, unlike his well known salsa, demonstrating his wide range of interests and ability. The album was selected as one of the 20 best recordings of the year by the National Foundation Popular Culture of Puerto Rico.Follow on Bandsintown
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Gilberto Santa Rosa Tour Cities
New York, NY Milwaukee, WI San Antonio, TX Dallas, TX Indianapolis, IN Ciudad de México, Mexico Fuengirola, Spain McAllen, TX Sugar Land, TX Chicago, IL Santiago, Chile Dietikon, Switzerland El Paso, TX Durham, NC
Frequently Asked Questions About Gilberto Santa Rosa
Concerts & Tour Date Information
Is Gilberto Santa Rosa on tour?
Yes, Gilberto Santa Rosa is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Gilberto Santa Rosa concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Gilberto Santa Rosa tour is scheduled for 14 dates across 14 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.
How many upcoming tour dates is Gilberto Santa Rosa scheduled to play?
Gilberto Santa Rosa is scheduled to play 14 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.
When does the Gilberto Santa Rosa tour start?
Gilberto Santa Rosa’s tour starts Mar 09, 2024 and ends on Aug 08, 2024. They will play 14 cities; their most recent concert was held in Santiago at Movistar Arena and their next upcoming concert will be in Milwaukee at Pabst Theater.
What venues is Gilberto Santa Rosa performing at?
As part of the Gilberto Santa Rosa tour, Gilberto Santa Rosa is scheduled to play across the following venues and cities:
2024 Tour Dates:
Mar 09 - Santiago, Chile @ Movistar Arena
Mar 22 - Milwaukee, WI @ Pabst Theater
Mar 23 - Chicago, IL @ Riviera Theatre
Mar 24 - Indianapolis, IN @ Clowes Memorial Hall
Mar 29 - San Antonio, TX @ Tobin Center for the Performing Arts
Apr 06 - New York, NY @ Radio City Music Hall
Apr 13 - Durham, NC @ Durham Performing Arts Center
Jun 26 - El Paso, TX @ The Plaza Theatre Performing Arts Center
Jun 28 - Sugar Land, TX @ Smart Financial Centre at Sugar Land
Jun 29 - Dallas, TX @ Winspear Opera House
Jun 30 - Mcallen, TX @ McAllen Performing Arts Center
Jul 07 - Dietikon, Switzerland @ Stadthalle Dietikon
Jul 15 - Fuengirola, AN @ Marenostrum Fuengirola
Aug 08 - Ciudad De México, CDMX @ Auditorio Nacional