Venezuelan Government Lifts Ban On Sanz
Sanz was slated to perform at Poliedro de Caracas in the capital on November 1, but government critics pulled the plug on the concert after the singer confessed, "I don't like (Chavez)" in a 2004 interview.
Promoters lobbied culture officials in Caracas and now Sanz' date has been rescheduled for St. Valentine's Day. A venue is still to be decided.
Chavez announced that foreign critics of him and his government would not be allowed to stay in Venezuela earlier this year.
(This news article provided by World Entertainment News Network)
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