Ricky Martin In Budapest, 4 September

  • 21 Aug 2018 4:17 PM
Ricky Martin In Budapest, 4 September
Ricky Martin returns to Hungary this September, with the popular Puerto Rican artist performing at the Papp Laszlo Sports Arena in Budapest.

From the organisers: Ricky Martin returns in 2018 after his resounding success on his second year residency “All in” at the Park Theatre of Las Vegas.

As he has done during his admired artistic career, Ricky will offer a great show representing the best of his musical repertoire that will include all of his greatest hits such as 'Disparo al Corazón', 'La Mordidita', 'Tal Vez', 'Livin' la Vida Loca', 'Pégate', 'Adiós', 'La Bomba', ‘La Copa de la Vida’ as well as the most recents 'Vente Pa'Ca' and Fiebre.

Date:
Tuesday 4th September

Venue:
Papp Laszlo Sports Arena – Budapest
1143 Budapest, Stefánia út 2.

Tickets: 
Available via broadway.hu.

More: 
www.rickymartinmusic.com

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