Luis Miguel’s Mérida concert extended to 2nd day

Luis Miguel's Mérida concert has been extended. Photo: Getty
Luis Miguel’s Mérida concert has been extended. Photo: Getty

Mérida, Yucatán — Luis Miguel’s fans are a forgiving bunch. His sold-out show at the Coliseo this Oct. 26 has been extended a second day.

The singer’s “¡México Por Siempre!” show has been held over to Oct. 27.

Tickets will be available July 16 and 17 at 11 a.m. through the Eticket system. Prices range from 1,150 for a second-tier seat, to 5,180 pesos for VIP treatment.

The “Mexico Forever” tour kicked off on Feb. 21 at the National Auditorium in Mexico City and will possibly conclude on Nov. 20 at the same forum, according to Milenio Digital.

Luis Miguel is apparently forgiven — and all is forgotten — after the singer disappointed 10,000 fans at the Coliseo in 2015.

A packed auditorium was left cold when the entertainer never showed up, citing “technical issues.” A media uproar followed for days.

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