Alicia Keys returns to Argentina: how and where to get tickets

Alicia Keys returns to Argentina: how and where to get tickets

The iconic artist will pass through Buenos Aires as part of the Latin American leg of her world tour Alicia + Keys World Tour on Sunday, May 7 at the Movistar Arena Stadium.

After the resounding success of his world tour Alice + Keys World Tour by both Europe and the United States in 2022, Alicia Keys finally announces the Latin American leg of his world tour, which will include stops in Brazil, Argentina, Chile and Mexico.

The award-winning artist will give a show in Buenos Aires on Sunday, May 7 at the Movistar Arena Stadiumproduced by Live Nation and DF Entertainment, with sets, lighting, and costumes inspired by his friend and mentor Prince.

How and where to get tickets for Alicia Keys at the Movistar Arena

The exclusive pre-sale for Santander American Express customers will begin on Tuesday, March 28 at 1:00 p.m., for 48 hours or until stocks last, while the general sale will be enabled from Thursday, March 30 at the same time. In both cases, tickets will only be obtained through EntradaUno and in 3 interest-free installments for Santander American Express customers.


By the time the show date arrives, it will have been almost 10 years since the artist set foot in Argentina for the first time in 2013, shortly after launching girl on fire (2012) and the album of live songs Alicia Keys VH1 Storytellers (2013). A lot has happened in her career since then. Those who attend the recital at the Movistar Arena will witness one of the most prodigious musical talents of our era at a time of full artistic maturity: an unmissable date with one of the voices that has been going through us for more than twenty years.

The Latin American leg of the tour follows a sold-out European arena tour and a widely successful run in North America in 2022 that featured a new custom-designed set, lighting and costumes. The dates in Latin America are:

  • Wednesday, May 3 – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil – Jeunesse Arena
  • Friday May 5 – Sao Paulo, Brazil – Allianz Parque
  • Sunday May 7 – Buenos Aires, Argentina – Movistar Arena
  • Tuesday May 9 – Santiago, Chile – Movistar Arena
  • Thursday May 11 – Bogotá, Colombia – Movistar Arena
  • Sunday May 14 – Monterrey, Mexico – Citibanamex Auditorium
  • Wednesday, May 17 – Mexico City, Mexico – National Auditorium
  • Friday May 19 – Guadalajara, Mexico – Telmex Auditorium

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