Moore Theatre - WA | Seattle, Washington
“Una velada premier de música Mexicana!” That is what you will experience this March 15 at the Moore Theatre as you immerse yourself in the music of Mexico's top pop diva, Yuri. Yes, that's right. The "Mexican Madonna" will ignite the famous Seattle venue with performances that ultimately show why she remains one of Mexico's music gems. If you are a fan of her music, this is your chance to see her perform live and be awed by her powerful vocals and charismatic stage presence. The Queen of Latin Music is sure to perform her greatest hits like "Detrás de Mi Ventana," "Yo Te Amo, Te Amo," "Maldita Primavera," and "Que Te Pasa," among many others. Tickets for her highly anticipated show in the Emerald City are now on sale, so be sure to secure yours ahead of time. Share the news with your friends and family, and together, watch The Queen of Latin Music make history again. Share this promotion using #YuriLiveAtMoore and click the "Get Tickets" link to reserve your tickets today.
The Latin music scene today is a result of the influences of many musicians in the past decades. The rhythm and color that many musicians expertly combine in current records is an evolution of the tunes that became crowd favorites in the past. One of the most daring in expertly tinkering with her music to appeal to her audience is Yuri. The Latin superstar holds the titles of "The Queen Of Latin Pop" and "Latin Madonna" because of how impactful her music is, and those will not change anytime soon.
Yuri emerged in the Latin pop scene as pop game changers revolutionized the pop sound. During this time, Madonna, Cher, Cindy Lauper, and other female artists took the world by storm with their edgy and unapologetically feminine music. For Yuri, the influence ends there as her style takes inspiration from traditional Mexican sound and themes, which cranks the Latin touch up a notch.
The "Queen of Latin Pop" began to inch towards that title in 1980. Her sophomore album "Esperanzas" was her first among many commercial successes. This record ignited international attention due to her songs "Maldita Primavera" and "El Pequeño Panda de Chapultepec." While her career was skyrocketing the charts, she also decided to dabble in being an actress. Music and acting worked well for her since she began releasing soundtrack music for her films.
After producing bop after bop, the Latin superstar began to see a transformative change in her career. To celebrate this development, she decided to go into gospel music. "Huellas" and "Que Tu Fe Nunca Muera" dominated the Latin religious charts, and people began to see the person behind the dazzling career. This refreshing change of pace took her career to more audiences.
Right into the years of the 2000s and 2010s, contemporary Latin pop still became a Yuri-dominated landscape. "Inusual," "Mi Tributo al Festival," and "Primera Fila (En Vivo)" are among her most recent highlights.
On March 15, "The Queen Of Latin Pop" will be bringing Latin pop prowess to the Moore Theatre. Ticket sales for this concert have now begun. You can get yours through the Get Tickets icon.