June 26th 2019, Bari - June 29th 2019, Rome - July 12th 2019, Bologna - July 20th 2019, Padua
Laura Pausini and Biagio Antonacci decided to give us another surprise after their last duet together: this summer they will leave together on tour with a great show that will take them on the stages of the biggest stadiums in Italy! On June 26th they will start at Bari, then on June 29th we will go to Rome, then on July 12th we will be in Bologna and finally on July 20th we will end at the Euganeo Stadium in Padua. We are waiting for you all on board.
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By 2004, roughly a decade after she made her recording debut at the age of 18, Laura Pausini had sold over 25 million albums worldwide, quite an impressive feat for someone who'd never broken into the lucrative English-language market. The Italian singer (born May 16, 1974) began her career at a young age, making her live debut at age 12. Her singing didn't really take off until 1993, however, when she recorded her self-titled debut and scored a big hit with La Solitudine. A year later -- in a practice that would come to define her career and compound her success -- she released a Spanish version of her debut, including a version of her breakthrough hit, titled accordingly Lo Soledad. Further albums followed -- Laura, Le Cose Che Vivi/Las Cosas Que Vives, Mia Risposta/Mi Respuesta , and Tra Te e il Mare/Entre Tu y Mil Mares, each of them finding mass success in their respective markets [...]