The LXV Caribbean Baseball Series, Greater Caracas, was inaugurated this Thursday at the Simón Bolívar Monumental Stadium.
President of Venezuela hands over Simón Bolívar Stadium
The act began with the interpretation of the Caribbean Baseball Confederation, which gave way to a set of lights that warned of the entrance of the artistic protagonists of the evening.
The music of the great event was in charge of one of the best soneros in the world, the Venezuelan Óscar D´León, and the Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra.
The Caribbean series began in its 65th edition with the inauguration of a majestic structure that is the pride of all Venezuelans and especially of all the workforce that participated in the construction of its spaces.
Let’s enjoy these sports spaces. pic.twitter.com/QCcJEZFZVk
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February 3, 2023
One of the main classics by Óscar D’León, Llorarás, began the performance of the singer-songwriter who, despite being almost 80 years old, was on the grass of the Caracas colossus for about an hour.
Full house in the opening game of the Caribbean Series “Gran Caracas 2023”. The Monumental Stadium of Caracas “Simón Bolívar” looks beautiful, with a crowd that enjoys it in a big way. Go Venezuela! pic.twitter.com/hEcKTHQxy1
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February 3, 2023
In the middle of each performance, the singer dedicated an improvisation to the team he supports, the same one that will represent Venezuela in the fight, Leones del Caracas.
At the end of the musical moment, the colors and the spectacular pyrotechnics gave way to the start of the clash between the Federales de Chiriquí of Panama and the local team.