Mexican singer Luis Miguel, who will begin his Latin American tour in the Dominican Republic, has instructed his promoter to secure him with a helicopter, private chef and other luxuries during his six-day stay in the country, according to published reports on Wednesday.

The singer, known as "El Sol de Mexico," who is scheduled to arrive in the Caribbean nation on Oct. 30, also requested that a villa and a yacht be provided for him in Casa de Campo, a seaside resort about 70 east of the country's capital, Santo Domingo.

Some of the artist's crew will begin arriving on Oct. 28, followed by the 18 musicians who will accompany him on stage, as well as his logisupport team.

The Dominican audiences will see "what a perfectionist Luis Miguel is in terms of production, since more than 150 moving head projectors, eight giant LED screens and an exceptional sound system will be used, all brought by the artist, since Latin America's most famous 'crooner' leaves nothing to chance in his shows," the concert promoter said in a press release.

Luis Miguel has not performed in the Dominican Republic since 2011, when his fans packed Santo Domingo's Felix Sanchez Olympic Stadium.

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