Rosalía presenting at the National Auditorium. (AP Photo/Eduardo Verdugo)
After a few days off, Rosalía has returned to the stage. His tour of the Americas began on Sunday 14th August and the reception was spectacular.
The first of his concerts in Mexico ended in a mass bath where everyone sang songs like Bizcochito, Candy, Saoko and of course Despechá, the song that premiered during the tour and whose video clip was released just a few days ago. . . But the reception of the singer at the airport began last Saturday arrived, surrounded by great security measures, It wasn’t less.
Rosalía surrounded by people at Mexico City airport
Difficulty exiting the airport
After saying goodbye to the Spanish tour in style, he began his international adventure. At the airport in Mexico City, some media were waiting for her, who tried unsuccessfully to get some statements from her.
The large number of fans and media made Rosalía choose to remain silent while, not without complications, she entered the vehicle that would take her to the hotel and then to the National Auditorium for the usual sound tests.
At night and in a packed hall with a capacity of 10,000 spectators, the audience enjoyed to the fullest a show created to arouse passions.
In full concert in Mexico City, surrounded by their fans
“My theory is that Mexico is very motomami“said Rosalía in front of her audience that filled the hall and where thousands of fans repeated her words and love on all social networks. And he did it by hugging some teddy bears very famous in Mexico: those of Dr. Simi.
Rosalía with the cuddly toys from Dr. Simi
The beautiful story of stuffed animals
Who is Doctor Simi and why is he one of the symbols of Mexico? This doll, an old man with a white mustache, is related to Víctor González Torres, a pharmacist known as the owner of Farmacias Similares. Doctor Simi is the stuffed animal created to promote this pharmacy chain that was selling generic drugs at a cheaper price than other brands.
Consequently, the most vulnerable populations They had access to medicines that they could not otherwise have bought. This doll, born in the early 2000s, eventually became an icon, and the fact that Rosalía picked up several Simi doctors from the stage and hugged them was a detail that made those present fall in love with who They didn’t stop cheering and applauding her.
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Rosalia at the National Auditorium. (AP Photo/Eduardo Verdugo)
Guadalajara and Monterrey are the chicken teriyaki singer’s next Mexican destinations, after which she heads south to Brazil, Argentina and Chile, all awaiting her with open arms. Bogotá, La Romana in the Dominican Republic and San Juan in Puerto Rico will be the last Latin concerts before launching in the United States. The Motomami phenomenon is also sweeping across the ocean.