August 7th, 2009 by ejalbright
Sarah Brightman, the world renowned soprano, will perform October 31 at Chichen Itza.
The date was announced on her official Web site, www.sarah-brightman.com. While there is a link to tickets, the vendor, Ticketmaster Mexico, has yet to make tickets available or even announce the concert.
Brightman follows in the footsteps of Placido Domingo who performed a sold-out concert at Chichen Itza last fall. Organizers have already announced that Elton John will perform next year at what is shaping up to be an annual event.
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