David Garrett tour to reach Mérida

David Garrett concludes his Mexico tour in Mérida this March. Photo: Getty
David Garrett concludes his Mexico tour in Mérida this March. Photo: Getty
David Garrett concludes his Mexico tour in Mérida this March. Photo: Getty

German violinist David Garrett, whose rock-star status sold out concerts in Mexico last year, returns to the country in March, with Mérida part of the tour.

His “Greatest Hits” concert comes to the Coliseo Yucatán on Sunday, March 6. His appearance will follow what is expected to be another sell-out concert in Mexico City, followed by Monterrey and Guadalajara.

So it’s not too early to buy tickets. Tickets go on sale today, ranging from $1,345 VIP packages to $280 second-level seats.

The 35-year-old virtuoso was born in Germany to an American prima ballerina and a German jurist. A child prodigy, he received his first Stradivarius violin at the age of 11, courtesy of German president, for whom he had performed.

His latest album, Explosive, contains music that the instrumentalist composed.

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