Laura Pausini 2012 Inedited World Tour at Trevisos Palaverde

From 30 March 2012 to 02 April 2012

After setting off in Milan on 22 December, Laura Pausinis new Inedited World Tour will take the singer around the world after a series of Italian dates until the end of 2012. After the first 11 dates in Italy between Rome and Milan a further 14 dates have been added that will see the singer perform in Italy from March on her return from the first leg of her tour in South America. After Ancona, Acireale, Caserta. Florence, Genoa and Turin Laura Pausini will wrap up the Italian events at Trevisos Palaverde on 30 and 31 March and 2 April, the only dates in North East Italy. The tireless singer will then continue to host 23 concerts in France, Spain, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, Holland, Austria and England, on some of the most prestigious stages in the world such as Londons Royal Albert Hall, one of the greatest live music venues in the world.

The tickets for the three dates at the Palaverde are already on sale, if you fancy enjoying Lauras comeback on the stage after a two year absence from the limelight, its better hurry up before tickets are sold out, due to the great turn out of aficionados that this extraordinary artist draws at each event.

After her debut at Sanremo in the distant 1993, Lauras career has been constantly soaring: she has so far sold more that 45 million records in the world and obtained many prestigious international awards, including a Grammy Award in the Best Latin Pop album of the Year category. Her last album has proved another great success, positioning itself securely at the top of the charts. Her 10th album in the studio, Inedited contains 14 tracks with numerous collaborations, from Gianna Nannini, to her sister Silvia and also the great Ivano Fossati, with whom she launches herself into a soft ballad. One must also mention Niccol Fabi and Niccol Agliard. As usual the album will be published in Spanish as well, with the title of Inedito and also in Brazil, where the CD will include a bonus track, No primeiro olhar, the Portuguese version of At first sight. On her latest album, Laura has commented: It is a complete album from a musical point of view as there are many differences between the various songs. It is influenced by rock music, but also by ballads and melodies with the music of Italian and English orchestras.

Italy is at the centre of her latest tour as well as the pride of an all Italian production that can compete with the best International productions.Her historic band remains the same, headed by Paolo Carta on the guitar and music direction, Emiliano and Matteo Bassi brothers on the drums and bass respectively, Bruno Zacchetti on the piano and Roberta Gran with Gianluigià Fazio as vocalists. This tour has two new elements: Monical Hill as vocalist and Nicola Oliva on the guitar. The first date of the tour was held exactly two years from the end of her previous tour which was followed by a two year break for Laura.

From Surrender to Solitude, from Welcome to I never stopped, the line up of songs includes more than 30 tracks, some of them arranged in suggestive medleys, where Laura is capable of expressing all her vocal shades presenting a mastery that has not been faltered by her two years absence from the stage.

Tickets on sale at authorized resellersPriceGold Stand: 74.75Central Stand: 63.25First Numbered Tier, side: 57.50Second Numbered Tier, side: 48.30Standing: 41.40

By Insidecom Editorial Staff