Cuban Troubadour Silvio Rodriguezthe composer of songs such as “I Wish ‘Who Was'” and “El Nisio” returned to Mexico City after six years of absence with his “Waiting Over” tour, in which he appeared a few days ago at the National Auditorium, but before his departure, he will also give a free concert in Zócalo In the Mexican capital to delight all his fans.
Today in the morning, Prime Minister Claudia Sheinbaum handed over the keys to the city as a privileged member, and later the so-called “Latin American song icon” will perform his songs in the Plaza de la Constitución.
Here’s what you need to know if you want to attend:
1. Arrive on time
The concert is scheduled for 8:00 pm, however, starting today, June 10, some people are starting to line up at the fences that protect the space where the show will be held, so if you want to enjoy it up close you better expect your arrival .
2. Take into account the march
The Cuban is served on a very important day for Mexican citizens as another year is commemorated for the so-called “Massacre on Thursday. Halconazzo”, where many students died and year after year the student associations and citizens go out to march with impunity for this fact, the march will take place and will end In Zócalo shortly before the start of the concert (it will start at 4:00 pm from Casco de Santo Tomás). It is important that you take precautions if this is your course.
3. Bring an umbrella
According to the CDMX weather forecast for today, conditions from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm will be partly cloudy, while at 6:00 pm scattered storms are expected, and in the last two days it has rained in several parts of the city, where it is 20 Degree is the most common climate, so it is important that attendees prevent rain by carrying an umbrella.
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4. There will be an opening chapter
The retrograde attitude of the Trova singer has always distinguished his music, so it is not surprising that during his visit to the country of his choice Long live Quintana As the opening accompaniment to the concert. Quintana is the author of the feminist anthem “Song Without Fear” and has earned a reputation for being one of the most powerful songwriters and activists on the music scene. You will play first from Rodriguez, keep that in mind.
5. Prepare the throat.
Although his most popular song is “Ojalá”, the singer has given some clues about other songs he can perform during this concert. Songs such as “Oleo de mujer con sombrero”, “América” and “Te amaré” were played at the National Hall, which also marked her career, if you still do not know them, have time to review them .
6. Beware of infections
It is important not to forget to bring it sheds And try to stay safe from infection, and avoid sharing drinks, smoking or eating during the party to reduce the risks, because despite the fact that the pandemic has allowed the reactivation of huge shows like this, it is also true that we are facing the five wave of virus infection COVID-19.
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