Fernandez, seemingly in better health, will now perform at Selland Arena on April 12. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, costing $48, $70, $95, $150 and $175. In case you’re wondering: these are the same prices as the previous show. So just consider that a warm-up run. Tickets will go fast the second time around. Maybe even faster.
You can buy them at Ticketmaster.com, Ticketmaster outlets or the Fresno Convention Center box office.
Several studies have been carried out on the singer and in the next days Don Vicente will undergo surgery to remove the lump on his liver. Due to the nature of the surgery and the recovery, the concerts programmed for the rest of 2012 will be canceled.
After the operation it is necessary to carry out the pertinent pathology. These results will be communicated to the mass media. Likewise, we will continue to inform the media regarding the state of health of Vicente Fernández as he advances in the procedures.
Ticket refunds will be available starting on Monday at original point of purchase.
Fernandez is an icon of Latin music, a 40-year vet of song and film. So was his most recent Fresno stop totally regal? Let’s hear your reviews.
Was this show as good as his past ones? At 70, does he still have it? How was the crowd? Into it? Was the arena packed? What were your highlights? Lowlights? Was it worth the money. Chime in on any of that and whatever else you wish in the comments section.
1. CLIMB THE STRANGE VINE
On-the-rise local band — and one of my faves — Strange Vine is having its CD release party on Saturday night at Audie’s Olympic. I give their disc, “Ghosts,” a thumbs up. Read more about them and the show in this interview. You can also get a free track from the Strange Vine guys right here on The Beehive.
UPDATE: Details on the Jonas Brothers stop in Fresno have been confirmed — the trio is playing Save Mart Center (no surprise there). Tickets cost $32, $52, $72 and $82, and go on sale starting at 11 a.m. Saturday (May 22).