WORLD famous classical crossover group Il Divo have announced they will continue the Spanish leg of their tour after putting it on hold due to the tragic death of bandmate Carlo Marin.
The group announced they would be dedicating the tour to the memory of Marin, who died of Covid in December 2021 aged 53.
The tour, formerly named the ‘For Once in My Life Tour’, will continue as ‘The Greatest Hits Tour’, and will include special guest Mexican-American Steven LaBrie, considered one of the five best baritones in the world.
Il Divo, now comprising three members David Miller, Sebastien Izambard and Urs Buhler, head to Valencia on Sat June 25 to play at the Plaza de Toros in the first of 11 gigs in Spain.
They head to Benidorm on July 2 where they will play the Polideportivo Guillermo Amor.
The multinational group have enjoyed worldwide success, selling over 30 million albums in 35 countries and are credited with pioneering the genre of operatic pop.
They will also perform on Friday, July 29 Los Alcazares in Murcia, with an emotional concert in the Municipal Pavilion, with all their hits from their extensive catalogue of songs, with an incredible stage production.
The group was originally the brainchild of music-executive giant Simon Cowell, having been formed in 2004.
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