SPAIN’S legendary singer, songwriter, and performer Julio Iglesias graced the quarry of Marbella with his presence at his third consecutive Starlite appearance.
As the only international artist to perform three times in a row at the festival, the 70-year-old songster opened his August 13 concert with “Amor amor”, and the crowd was instantly on their feet.
Fans packed the concert with enthusiasm with tickets being sold out for weeks beforehand, attracting big names like Madrid mayor Ana Botella.
Iglesias took his audience on an emotional rollercoaster, expressing his gratitude for their continued support and confessing he ‘sings to continue living.’
Before closing out the concert, Iglesias professed his patriotism by clutching a Spanish flag given to him by a fan whilst he sang “Vuela amigo”.
- Nutella prices to soar as world hazelnut crop suffers adverse weather - 16 Aug, 2014 @ 15:00
- Venezuelan woman arrested in Madrid for smuggling cocaine in fake breasts - 15 Aug, 2014 @ 13:31
- Marbella’s Starlite festival welcomes back Julio Iglesias for the third year in a row - 14 Aug, 2014 @ 15:02
- PICTURE SPECIAL: Andalucia’s top five natural swimming pools - 12 Aug, 2014 @ 10:00
- Spain’s Felipe VI and Prime Minister Rajoy discuss escalating Ebola concerns - 11 Aug, 2014 @ 15:41
- Socialist culture secretary hits out at new taxes - 11 Aug, 2014 @ 12:00
- Leading economist to head investing talk at Benalmadena cycle event - 11 Aug, 2014 @ 10:00
- Spain’s crippling unemployment may be on the up - 11 Aug, 2014 @ 10:00
- Spain urged to issue 50-year bond to help fill coffers - 10 Aug, 2014 @ 10:00
- Spain’s top SEO companies - 10 Aug, 2014 @ 10:00