Andrea Bocelli tickets are back just in time for the holidays. His enchanting voice is making stops in venues across North America throughout the month of December and in to 2017. Find Andrea Bocelli tickets on TicketNetwork.com and enjoy Andrea Bocelli's unique style of operatic pop in a venue near you!
|Date & Time||Event||Location|
Feb 11, 2017
|Andrea Bocelli||Orlando, FL|
Feb 12, 2017
|Andrea Bocelli||Miami, FL|
Feb 14, 2017
|Andrea Bocelli||Duluth, GA|
Infinite Energy Arena
Feb 21, 2017
|Andrea Bocelli||Copenhagen, Denmark|
Feb 25, 2017
|Andrea Bocelli||Stockholm, Sweden|
Ericsson Globe Arena
Jul 09, 2017
|Andrea Bocelli||Linz, Austria|
Aug 03, 2017
|Andrea Bocelli||Lajatico, Italy|
Teatro Del Silenzio
Aug 05, 2017
|Andrea Bocelli||Szczecin , Poland|
Nov 04, 2017
|Andrea Bocelli||Kaunas, Lithuania|
Nov 07, 2017
|Andrea Bocelli||Riga, Latvia|
Nov 11, 2017
|Andrea Bocelli||Krakow, Poland|
|Current Tour:||2016 Performances|
|Discography:||II Mare Calmo della Sera (1994)
Viaggio Italiano (1996)
Aria: The Opera Album (1998)
Sacred Arias (1999)
Cieli di Toscana (2001)
My Christmas (2009)
Andrea Bocelli performed at five venues in the United States this past June. Stops included the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, Allstate Arena outside of Chicago, and KeyArena in Seattle.
As he usually does, Andrea Bocelli will return to the states during the 2016 holiday season, where he will perform at large venues across the country, including American Airlines Center in Dallas and Madison Square Garden in New York City. At all of his scheduled shows, Andrea Bocelli is expected to perform music from his latest album, Cinema as well as other tracks from his extensive collection.
Andrea Bocelli released his fifteenth studio album, Cinema, on October 23, 2015. Featuring renditions of classic scores and film soundtracks, the album features the single "E Più Ti Penso," which was released on October 1, 2015. The album reached the top spot on the US Top Classical Albums chart and number 10 on the US Billboard 200.
Andrea Bocelli was born in the village of Lajatico in Tuscany, Italy, in 1958. As a young boy living on a farm, he listened to opera and appreciated Italian tenors such as Del Monaco, Gigli, and Franco Corelli. The talented child began piano lessons at age six and went on to study the trumpet, trombone, harp, guitar, drums, saxophone, and flute. Born with congenital glaucoma, Andrea had weak eyesight. At age 12, he lost his vision after a soccer accident.
In 1992, an Italian rock star named Zucchero played a tape for legendary operatic tenor Luciano Pavarotti of Andrea singing "Miserere." Highly impressed, Pavarotti gave the young singer encouragement and voice lessons. The next time Zucchero went on tour, Bocelli joined him and sang the duet "Miserere" as well as Puccini's "Nessun Dorma" on stage. He released his debut album, Il Mare Calmo Della Sera, in 1994 and followed up with Bocelli the following year. In 1997, he conquered the British music charts with the song "Time to Say Goodbye," also known as "Con Te Partirò" in Italian and "Por ti Volaré" in Spanish in a duet with Sarah Brightman. Other favorite Andrea Bocelli singles include "Vivo Per Lei," or "I Live For Her," and "The Prayer," Bocelli's duet with Celine Dion.
Andrea Bocelli made his international debut in 1997 with the album Romanza, which went multi-platinum, and the following year he completed an opera album called Aria. Andrea Bocelli's first major operatic role was in 1998, playing Rodolfo in La Boheme by Puccini. Since then, he has sung opera arias from Il Travatore, Werther, Tosca, Carmen, and other classics.
In November of 2009, Andrea Bocelli released his first Christmas album, My Christmas. The record features guests Reba McEntire, Mary J. Blige, Natalie Cole, Jim Henson's Muppets, and the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.