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Sabina, Montaner to Perform in Costa Rica

October 6, 2006

Spanish singer Joaquín Sabina and Venezuelan singer Ricardo Montaner plan to perform in Costa Rica in November and December, respectively.

Sabina is scheduled to sing Nov. 8 at the Palacio de Deportes in Heredia, north of San José, performing hits that have made him famous around the world, including “Whisky sin soda” and “Cristina.”

Sabina, who has played in Costa Rica three times before, has always drawn a crowd of loyal fans here.

Montaner, known for romantic ballads such as “La cima del cielo” and “Déjame llorar,” is scheduled to perform Dec. 10 at the Pedregal event hall in San Antonio de Belén, northwest of San José.

The show is part of the singer’s promotion of his new CD, “Todo y Nada.”

Tickets to both shows range between $8 and $100 and are available at various

points of sale around the country and online at www.mundoticket.com.

 

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