Hits like “Cervecero”, “Me drunk for your love”, “Escríbeme” and more were chanted and danced during the first face-to-face concert that Armonía 10 gave this Saturday, July 17 at the Exposition Park.
The group was reunited with its public after more than a year since the ban to hold mass events due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
“We miss the warmth of the audience, hearing that people sing with our songs, that they vibrate with us. As we feel, also see how the public feels ”, said Carlos Cueto, interpreter of Armonía 10.
After almost an hour of dancing and joy, the norteño orchestra, through one of its members, asked the audience and the public not to lower their guard so that the music industry can recover.
“Don’t let your guard down, let’s keep taking care so that precisely this reactivation can continue to bring you good music. Take care of yourselves, wash your hands, a mask and all the protection ”, said the musician.
The concert was developed as part of Activating culture, for the reactivation of music. It was promoted by the Ministry of Culture and the Municipality of Lima and had the participation of DJ Chemical Neon, Amaranta, Olaya Sound System and Son Tentación.
This Saturday the 17th, the inoculations began for people who are 45 and 46 years old. All second-dose or both laggards will also be seen by health personnel at 22 locations in Lima and Callao.
- Second vaccination: Saturday 17 and Sunday 18, for people awaiting a second dose, laggards from the first dose and people aged 45 and 46 years.
- Third vaccination: Saturday 24 and Sunday 25, for people pending second doses, laggards from first dose and adolescents (12 to 17 years old) with prioritized comorbidity.
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