The 'Music has no Limits' show is a concert which alternates between Michael Jackson, Adele, Queen, The Police, U2 and Avicii. An event where an aria can end up fused into one of the most recognised songs in the history of heavy metal.
The show, which breaks the barriers between the genres, is on tour in Spain after having triumphed in New York, Miami, Mexico and Milan, among others. On Saturday, March 11, it comes to the Cervantes Theatre in Malaga after visiting Granada, Bilbao, San Sebastián, Valencia, Seville and Gijón.
The concept is based on a fusion of legendary music by Queen, David Guetta, Lady Gaga, Barbra Streisand, Guns N'Roses, Bruno Mars and Puccini, for example, and creating a different interpretation.
The motto of the company that organises the show is that "music has no limits". During the show, gospel introduces pop and precedes house and classical music. Everything is valid as long as it has rhythm and pleases the audience.
The tour will visit a total of 14 Spanish cities, the last seven have been very successful and Malaga looks as if it could be sold out with over two thirds of the tickets sold already.
Tickets can be bought online through www.unientradas.es or take advantage of a discount with the Diariosur Oferplan online at www.oferplan.diariosur.es