Karol G repeats 'sold out' in Bogotá: he equaled Morat's mark
After exhausting the ticket office for the first date of the Tomorrow will be a nice Tour in Bogotá for next April 5 and a second presentation will be announced for the 6th, tickets to see Karol G in the country's capital they were sold out. This was announced by TuBoleta on its social networks.
Although the pace of sales for the second presentation of the Antioquia was slower, it finally met the goal and equaled the brand's mark. Moratwho will also give two sold-out shows at the Colossus of 57. In this way, La Bichota sold 88,000 tickets in just two days, which is comparable to what was achieved in Medellín, with the sales for the shows on December 1 and 2 at the Atanasio Girardot stadium. Likewise, she becomes the first woman to fill the capital venue twice.
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The demand to see the interpreter of TQG, While I heal from my heart, My ex was right either Provence had already given evidence of its dimensions during the 16 dates that the singer offered in the United States during the second half of 2023. In Colombia she had already ratified those sensations with both sold out in Medellín, selling a total of 82,000 tickets between the two. shows that will take place on December 1 and 2in less than 12 hours.
But the furor was not exclusive to Colombia. In Argentinaafter selling out the ticket office for their concert on April 26 at the Jose Amalfitani stadium of Buenos Airesthe same scene was repeated as in our country: the bug In a matter of hours, a second date was opened on the 27th to cover the demand.
The closing of 2023 promises to be one of the most charged and exciting in the recent history of concerts in Colombia. For the last days of October, the Movistar Arena will receive performances by Mora (October 19), the Italian group Maneskin (October 24) and the Soda Stereo Filarmónico tribute (October 27). For its part, Coliseo Live will host Swedish House Mafia on their return tour (October 27).
November will begin with RBD's four consecutive performances on their comeback tour at the Atanasio Girardot stadium in Medellín (November 3 to 6). Simultaneously, the Parque Norte of the capital of Antioquia will host the Ritvales electronic party (November 4 and 5), where the presence of artists such as Paul Van Dyk, Claptone, Deep Dish and Lost Frequencies stands out.
For its part, Bogotá will experience the celebration of the Rock al Parque festival (from November 11 to 13) in the Simón Bolívar Park, for which the final poster has already been announced with the presence of Aterciopelados, Eduardo Cabra, Julieta Venegas and Los Authentic Decadents among the most outstanding. Then there will be a series of presentations at the Movistar Arena with Marco Antonio Solis (November 16 and 17), the British group Blur (November 21), the joint presentation of the heavy metal groups Gojira and Mastodon (November 24), the British Jungle (November 25) and the Spanish singer Aitana (November 26). On the other hand, on November 15 at Chamorro City Hall the return of Two Door Cinema Club to the country will take place, after six years.
In December, the Movistar Arena will close 2023 with performances by Pablo Alborán (December 3), two performances by Los Fabulosos Cadillacs (December 4 and 5), performances by Pet Shop Boys and The Cure within the framework of Primavera Sound Bogotá (December 9 and 10), and Enrique Bunbury (December 16). For his part, the Coliseo Live will have the honor of hosting Roger Waters's farewell tour (December 5) in which the Briton will perform Pink Floyd songs and his solo work.
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