Ringo Starr will give two concerts at the National Auditorium of Mexico – Billboard


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First it was Paul McCartney who brought Beatlemania back to Mexico with two memorable and completely sold out concerts at the capital’s Foro Sol on November 14 and 16. Now, Ringo Starr and his All Star Band are preparing to return to the country, where in just a few hours tickets were sold for a show at the National Auditorium scheduled for June 5, 2024. The great demand led to opening a new date on June 6, the promoter OCESA announced in a statement.



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More than seven months after his arrival, the furor to see the former Beatle nine years after his last performance at the same venue is evident. Songs from his solo repertoire and with the Liverpool quartet, such as “Photograph”, “It Don’t Come Easy”, “With a Little Help from My Friends”, “Don’t Pass Me By” and “I’m the Greatest”, will be heard, in addition to must-haves from the All Star Band such as “Rosanna”, “Africa”, “Hold the Line” by Steve Lukather/Toto, “Frankenstein”, “Free Ride”, “Jhonny B. Good” by Edgar Winter, “Who Can It Be Now,” “Overkill,” “Down Under” by Colin Hay/Men At Work, and “Pick Up The Pieces” by Hamish Stuart/Average White Band.

Ringo Starr, the iconic drummer of the Beatles, has released twenty solo albums and four consecutive EPs, the most recent of which Rewind Forwardin October 2023. He formed his first All Star Band in 1989 and has been touring ever since.

Among other recognitions, he has nine Grammy Awards and has been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame twice, first as a member of the Beatles and later as a soloist. He also shares an Oscar for best original music with his fellow Beatles, for the soundtrack of the 1970 documentary Let It Be.

Tickets for Ringo Starr’s second date at the National Auditorium in Mexico City, on June 6, 2024, are now available at ticketmaster.com.mx.

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