The Team 5 is one of the most famous cumbia orchestras today, thanks to their songs and the quality of their presentations they have positioned themselves as the most sought-after group by fans. Such is the level of their popularity that many want to have them present at their weddings, parties or private events.
There was a whole mystery around the real cost of the private concerts of the company led by Christian Yaipen. However, the exact amount that must be paid to listen to his best hits at private celebrations was recently revealed.
Group 5 cost for weddings and private parties
Without a doubt, the renowned musical group is not cheap at all and many couples resign themselves to looking for cheaper and more accessible options.
According to information provided by one of the representatives to “America Today”, Group 5 charges 95,000 soles for a 4-hour private concert.
Although this amount may sound exorbitant to many, it was emphasized that it includes all the expenses and technical needs that the orchestra show requires.
“Includes sound equipment, transportation, LED screen, lights and generator set,” reads the quote.
How much time to save to hire Group 5?
Although it may sound almost impossible to allocate almost 100,000 soles just to liven up a wedding or party with Group 5, you can opt for monthly or annual savings to achieve the sum. The number of years that should be saved is detailed below, taking as a reference only 1 hour of orchestra (s/ 23,750):
- For a person who earns the minimum wage (s/ 1,025) and allocates 10% of his salary, it would take just over 19 years.
- In the case of a worker who receives a salary of s/ 2,500, it would take almost 8 years.
- If you have a monthly income of s/ 4,000, you would have to save 5 years.
- On the other hand, with a salary of s/ 6,500, the time is reduced to 3 years.
Group 5: how is your wedding concert?
Grupo 5 has created a lot of expectation with the concerts it performs at private events, such as weddings or anniversaries. Various videos of these presentations made by the orchestra led by Christian Yaipén have been broadcast on social networks.
In a clip that was shared on TikTok, you can see the members of the group dancing and chatting with all the guests, as well as participating in the recordings of the event.
Who is the real founder of Group 5?
The Team 5 has left for the history of Peruvian cumbia hits such as “Motor y motive” and “Out”, among others. The Chiclayo group was born 49 years ago, on January 31, 1973, being its creators Elmer and Víctor Yaipén Uypán, who later joined Elmer Yaipén Jr (son)Javier and Walter (brothers).
Why did Toño Sosaya sue Group 5?
In 2010, Toño Sosaya, emblematic voice of Grupo 5 with the success of “La culebrítica”, began a legal battle against the northern orchestra for breach of his employment benefits.
“I think that since they have always seen that they have attacked us and we did not respond, they thought that this time the same thing was going to happen, but thanks to social networks we can tell the truth,” he said on his YouTube channel.
Group 5: Who is Pepe Menis?
The announcer Pepe Menis, whose real name is Pepe Menis Tello Fernández, is an animator and vocalist for Grupo 5. In an interview with the YouTube channel “Caravana Tropical” he told how he joined the group.
“10 years ago (2003), I was an announcer for Karibeña radio. Elmer Yaipén is my friend for many years and he wanted to count on me. At that time, I was very young and shy, and I had never animated in any orchestra”,
Group 5: Why did the Yaipén brothers separate?
Walter and Xavier they were part of Group 5, however they decided to separate to form Hermanos Yaipén. Before that, in 1993, Víctor Yaipén retired to form the Orquesta Candela. Elmer Yaipén’s death in 1999 caused a conflict between his Elmer Junior Yaipén (“Chico”) and his uncles.
“’Chico’ and his brothers were not well advised, they were told that they could carry out the project. We found out because the communication was cut off, ” Walter Yaipén stated in an interview with Carlos Orozco.
Updated by Jael B.
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