Doors Open: 2.00pm, Showtime 3.00-5.30pm (with intermission)
Reserved Seats: $40.00 +bf
General Admin: $30.00 +bf
At the Door: $35.00 (if still available)
Verónica Romero, will play her hits ‘Besame’, ‘La Fuerza Del Sol’, ‘Lluvia’, ‘Serotonina’, ‘Tal Vez’, ‘No Hay Otro Amor’ and her platinum selling smash hit, ‘Conectado a mi’. Bursting through our television screens as a star of “OT” Operación Triunfoher in 2002, Verónica went on to have 9 radio hits, and set a TV ratings record 2 times with the Prestigious “Golden Minute” of television with the “Most viewed live television performance ever” on Spain’s RTVE. In concert Verónica will feature new songs from her first ever English album ‘Hello World’, and perform covers by her heroes such as Queen, Annie Lennox, Tina Turner and others. With her powerhouse band and dancers, Verónica is a big stage high-energy performer who will excite, enthral and entertain you with a musical journey of intimate acoustic moments, her own dance and pop hits, her new album songs and a selection of classic hits we all know and love.
Recording Artist / Singer-Songwriter-Musician / Fitness Model
Verónica Romero is a multi-platinum selling Spanish music artist, television personality and coveted cover-page magazine fitness model, featured on the cover of many fashion, music, health and fitness and men’s magazines who became a household name in 2002 as a finalist of OT (Operación Triunfo) television talent show which aired on Spain‘s RTVE network. Recently Verónica has been a regular “collaborator” guest on a national TV show on RTVE called “Hora Punta” or “Rush Hour”, national nightly entertainment talk show based in Barcelona.
Verónica is equally recognised for motivating and inspiring people with her athletic physique and glamorous looks, as she has her many uplifting music hits, and dynamic television and live performances. Musically “Vero” is best known for her previous hits such as Besame, La Fuerza Del Sol (2002), Lluvia (2003), Serotonina (2006), and her platinum selling 2007 single, Conectado a mi, which became the most digitally downloaded song in the history of MSN Spain.
With credits that include 9 top ten hits, the Prestigious “Golden Minute” of television- “Most viewed live television performance ever” in history of Spain’s RTVE with 15 million viewers in 2002, Verónica again set that record in 2017 and remains the most viewed musical performer ever on RTVE. Add to that sold out live performances and an extensive outdoor-festivals concert appearance schedule and many prime-time television performances, Verónica’s recent resurgence of popularity in Spain, sees her primed to promote across Spain and internationally, her newly completed album.
Verónica’s new album ‘Hello World’ is an electro-pop-rock album radio-friendly songs and is clearly a “career milestone” album for Vero and her first ever English language album. She has written or co-written many of her past singles and this album also has co-writes with people with impressive credits such as Phil Collen of legendary classic rock band Def Leppard, Robe Kleiner (Sia,Kylie Minogue, Britney Spears, David Guetta) Michael Jay (Eminem, Kylie Minogue, Celine Dion, Gloria Estefan, Mandy Moore) C.J. Vanston (Prince, Celine Dion, Tina Turner), and most recently before leaving Los Angeles for her current visit to Spain, Verónica co-wrote a new song with Adrian Schinoff, best known as Musical Director and Producer for Grammy Award winning Pablo Alboran.
With a driving ambition to empower women with her vast knowledge and experience as a leading health and fitness model, and her desire to elevate the lives and raising awareness of children in need in impoverished countries, Verónica’s humanitarian agenda is equally matched by her desire to give back to society and make a positive impact on people’s lives. Veronica’s passion to raise awareness about these issues is explored in her new album ‘Hello World’ and the album title song ‘Hello World’ which has an explosive pop chorus with a “call-to-action” “You can make a change to save tomorrow” for everyone to be responsible for the environment “before it’s too late”.