The Italian singer Laura Pausini will celebrate 30 years of her career, which began when she triumphed at the Sanremo Festival in 1993, with two unprecedented concerts in Venice and Seville, which will serve as a preview of a new world tour.
The artist will sing for the first time in Saint Mark’s Square in Venice next June 30 and July 21 in the monumental Plaza de España in Seville, according to what its production company reported today.
Pausini, Italian but with a well-known fondness for Spain and Latin America, will thus celebrate a career full of successes that began when she was only 19 years old, winning in the young talent section of the Italian song festival with “La solitudine”.
Since then, he has sold more than 75 million copies of his eleven studio albums, as well as other compilations and collaborations, and He has won a Grammy, four Latin Grammys and a Golden Globeawards to which his recent Oscar nomination for the band from the film “La vita davanti a sé” (2020) has been added.
The appointments in Venice and Seville will serve as a preview of a new world tour of which “very soon” will reveal its details, as she herself has confirmed in a statement.
“In these 30 years I have done almost a thousand concerts and precisely the live performances are the main reason why I love this job. I call it that with pride because music is a serious subject,” she explained.
And he added: “I have realized that, in all these years, I have never sung in Venice or Seville and, therefore, I want to start again from here, returning to the squares, because my first tour in 1993 was precisely in Italian squares”.