Tlalpan will celebrate mothers with a concert by Edith Márquez


In order to celebrate the mothers of Tlalpan, the mayor, Alfa González Magallanes, announced that on Sunday, May 8, a free concert will be held with the singer Edith Marquez, on the town hall esplanade.

He commented that after several years of not having a massive event, the mayor’s office is prepared to receive dozens of women, in turn, he mentioned that security is guaranteed for those who attend. “We have prepared an event with great care, the mothers of Tlalpan have the right to celebrate.”

The event will begin at 4:00 p.m. with the Black Symbols Group “the musical guarantee”, and then give way to the interpreter of “Look at me, let’s leave it like that and don’t worry about me”

The mayor’s office will have sanitary and safety measures for those who attend, it is suggested to wear a face mask; there will be different hydration points, to avoid any heat stroke and citizens are asked to heed the indications for access to the event.

There will be road closures: Moneda, from Miguel Hidalgo to Benito Juárez, and Plaza de la Constitución street; the access and exit to the Juana de Asbaje Park parking lot will be through Ignacio Allende street.

The Directorate of Civil Protection asked the attendees to take into account the following recommendations: arrive early, locate the emergency exits, locate the medical service, if accompanied, establish a meeting point, in a situation of emergency stay calm and follow instructions from security and emergency personnel, use sunscreen and stay hydrated; at the end of the event, leave the place in an orderly manner in order to avoid crowds and jostling.

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