Here, translated for you (as well as Bing can), is how an Italian Newspaper views Il Volo’s North American Tour.
03/11/2016 | 15:12:18
All filled theaters
Italian artists abroad, Il Volo arrives in Florida and is sold out
Five dates in Florida, in seven days, from Jacksonville to Orlando, via Miami, Tampa and Ft. Myers.
Piero Barone, Ignazio Boschetto and Gianluca Ginoble. Who does not know them in America? They are Il Volo and each tour is a success, even that of 2016, perhaps, if possible, even more than the previous. The three singers fact left Italy on 29 January with the concert in Milan, they are immediately thrown on America. February 5 debut in 2016, stars and stripes, with a recital in Buffalo, New York. Then a jump in Canada, including Orilla and Montreal, before returning to the States, in Boston. A series of sold out, sold out, which has spared no theater or arena.
Il Volo has now infected all Americans. Massachusetts, Connecticut and New Jersey, then again New York, at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. In Washington DC they are stopped at the JFK Center for Performance Arts, and Pennsylvania and Ohio. Not even a presidential candidate, Hillary Trump or it may be, has an agenda so full. Illinois and Michigan have closed February, while the temple of American music, Nashville, Tennessee, welcomed them on 1 March. Five dates in Florida, in seven days, from Jacksonville to Orlando, via Miami, Tampa and Ft. Myers.
A phenomenon of such a large scale that there is no time to rest. Georgia, Louisiana, Texas, then again Oklahoma, Colorado and Arizona, Las Vegas, only stage in Nevada and then California with five rounds. But there is not only the tour in the States, because once closed with America, on April 2, a week later it starts with Central and South America, you end up on May 14, in Acapulco, then return to Europe, May 21 in Madrid, it begins again.
Yep! We’re “infected” alright! No antibiotics please.