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So Jamiroquai has unofficially announced a visit to South America.
I'm so happy that they will still be touring parts of the world. And the pic shows they will be performing at the USB
Only the name is sooo close to the USA!
you never know when they will be finished touring. But now there is still a little glimmer of hope.
And yes I'm having sour grapes for those bragging on seeing them 12x -10 for RDLS alone. twitter lucky you!
I would love nothing more than to see Jamiroquai play live. Do I try to see them in S. America?
But whatever the reason they still haven't made it to my side of town.
Wish the best for them still.
So far it looks like Jamiroquai are travelling to Slovakia in January.
And in February they have a date in Venezuela and Chile. Rumors of Brazil and Argentina.
I would love to travel to S. America. But I don't think that will happen!
Some of the flights cover 2 days!
Lima Peru looks like a beautiful place!
And like my Peru twitter follower, Cacouna and my friend, all suggest to see Machu Picchu, one of the 7 wonders of the world! I would love to go!!
check out the interactive site http://www.peru-machu-picchu.com/
So the confirmed South American dates are
Santiago, Chile 2/17
Lima, Peru 2/20
Caracas, Venezuela 2/23
Mexico City 2/25
Monterrey, Mexico 2/27
Happy for the South Americans. I know there are a lot of fans!
I don't see Brazil. I think I posted that earlier.
This Just Announced on the Homepage: "Win Tickets to the Jamiroquai gig in Caracas"
Go to this link to answer one question to be entered to win:
http://www.jamiroquai.com/jamiroquai/ve ... ompetition
This competition is for two tickets to the Caracas show on February 23, 2013!!
HEADS UP, CHILE!! VENUE CHANGE FOR FEBRUARY 17TH SANTIAGO SHOW!!
South American venue changes
A couple of days ago Jamiroquai.com announced that Sunday's concert in Santiago (Chile) had been moved to the Movistar Arena (rather than Bicentenario Stadium).
In addition to this, Friday nights concert (15 Feb) in Buenos Aires has been moved from Club Hipico to Ferro Carril Oeste Stadium after too many tickets were sold!
From reading some of the messages from the bandmembers posted on Twitter over the past few days it seems like the band have been having a great time.
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