The musician arrives in the city with his band on Saturday the 26th to review his best songs at GAP, including the latest EP “Summer Pack”.
(Photo: Juan Ingaramo press)
Juan Ingaramo arrives in Mar del Plata to review the best of his repertoire, including songs from the latest album “The battle” and his latest EP “Summer Pack”. After various presentations in the country and after recording new material in Mexico, the artist promises an unforgettable show at GAP.
Last summer the artist was in Mar del Plata with a free show, as part of the Program “Argentina Blooms” where he shared the stage with Good Vampires, Zoe Gotusso Y Juana Molina.
With his band, Juan Ingaramo promises a unique show in Mar del Plata where he will make his audience dance and relive great hits such as “Romeo y Violeta” and “Fuego y Pasión”, among others.
The show will take place next Saturday, November 26 at GAP, Avenida Constitución 5780. Tickets from $3,500 are on sale for ticket and the application BlackId. They can also be obtained at physical points: La Casa de las Guitarras, Belgrano 3420; Cónex Urban Store, San Martín 3263 and ADN Store, calle 61 2813 (Necochea).
Juan Ingaramo He is a singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and one of the exponents of Argentine popular music. He was recently nominated in the category of Best Alternative Pop Album at the Gardel Awards for his fourth studio album “The battle”. In addition, he was nominated for Best Quartet Song for his single “El fenómeno del mambo”.
With his latest record material, “The battle”, the artist performed shows at the Teatro Ópera and the Teatro Vorterix in Buenos Aires and at La Plaza de la Música in Córdoba with sold out locations and toured the main cities of the country. There she performed both his new songs and his classical repertoire in an intimate format, solo on his piano.
In 2020 he was invited by Los Ángeles Azules to record their live DVD “From Buenos Aires to the world” where he recorded the version of “Ay Amor” and “Acariñame” with Julieta Venegas and Jay De La Cueva. In his last visits to Mexico, Ingaramo appeared at festivals such as catrina, Live latino and shared the stage with Emmanuel Horvilleur. The successes for the Cordovan singer continue to boom, he even reversed hits like “Me Muero de Amor” with Natalia Oreiro.
Throughout his career, Juan Ingaramo He showed that his music is not pigeonholed and that pop, reggaeton and the quartet suit him very well, going through cumbias, bachatas and ballads with which he will land in Mar del Plata.