April 17 (Global Web Wire)- The singer Rosalía will offer a massive concert in Mexico City’s Zócalo on 28 April, according to the announcement of the head of government, Claudia Sheinbaum Pardo.
The event, which will take place at 08:00 PM, will be the last show of her “Motomami World Tour 2023” on the American continent.
With more than 43 million monthly listeners on Spotify and collaborations with artists such as Bad Bunny, J Balvin and Billie Eilish, Rosalía is one of the most influential artists in music today.
The Catalan singer will perform her songs in the Zócalo, which combine flamenco with Latin American and electronic rhythms.
Her hits include “Motomami”, “Despechá”, “Bizcochito”, “Saoko” and “Con altura”, as well as her album “El mal querer”, which won her two Grammy Awards in the category of Best Latin Rock, Urban or Alternative Album in 2019.
Mexico City’s Secretary of Culture, Claudia Curiel de Icaza, accompanied the Head of Government at the announcement of Rosalía’s concert. The singer has already performed at the Auditorio Nacional and other festivals in Mexico City, but this will be her first performance in the country’s most important public square.
The news of Rosalía’s concert in Mexico City’s Zócalo has generated great expectation among her fans and music lovers in general. Mexico City Mayor Claudia Sheinbaum Pardo shared the announcement on her TikTok account, where she has thousands of followers.
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