Ricardo Arjona pleased his countrymen in concert

The singer Ricardo Arjona pleased his countrymen in the second and last concert in Guatemala City as part of the tour “Travel” tour presented this year in Latin America.

The Guatemalan singer delighted with their melodies thousands of fans who attended Saturday night at Estadio Nacional Mateo Flores in Guatemala City.

For the second consecutive appearance, the ancient building, which included displays and a colorful play of light, filled with more than 15 thousand of fans who enjoyed a concert that lasted nearly three hours, during which the composer consented to their hardcore songs that evoked the romance, nostalgia and indifference.

Denim dress, black shirt, coat and gray hat, among other costumes, the artist performed songs from their older repertoire but also more celebrated as “you know”, “Lady of the four decades”, “Historia de Taxi” “I’m not really just” and “Women”, which were chanted by thousands of throats.

Also pleased fans with more recent but equally well-known pieces as “My country” and “It was you,” among others of the most applauded and chanted.

The composer took time to talk to his countrymen of everyday topics such as football, love, national identity and culture, in passages that were applauded by the audience.

The two concerts of the tour “Journey” were mounted with a fusion of technology with the basics of conventional theater and scenes that recalled past.

They enabled the stands were occupied by thousands of families, romantic couples, groups of friends and the inevitable nostalgic who enjoyed the presentation of the highest Guatemalan idol song.

Arjona, who presents at home after long absences of several years, endorsed once again before their compatriots success, in turn, returned to ratify their favoritism by the musician.

Edgar Ricardo Arjona Morales, full name of the artist, born in the town of Jocotenango -Next to the capital department of Sacatepequez, Guatemala, on January 19, 1964.

By selling millions of copies of his prolific musical production, it is considered one of the most successful artists in Latin America.

The singer, who in one of his last visits was awarded the Order of the Quetzal, the highest distinction granted by the government of Guatemala has published more than 13 studio albums, one live nine compilations and 43 singles.

Four of his albums reached the top spot on the Billboard Top Latin Albums in the United States, 10 the first position in Argentina and seven singles were number one on the Billboard Latin Pop Songs.

His career has been recognized with a Grammy, Latin Grammy, a Latino Heritage Award and the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers, among other achievements.

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