Some 20,000 people attended the first of seven concerts the Guatemalan singer Ricardo Arjona offered last night at Gimnasia y Esgrima de Buenos Aires (GEBA) club, as part of his tour that will take him to Uruguay and Paraguay.
Two years after his last visit, Arjona Argentina returned to the capital to present the themes of his latest album and do a review of his 23 year career, which has 15 studio albums and two live.
"It is no coincidence that we are here again. This was written, "he said in his first words addressing his followers, who welcomed him with a standing ovation just interpreted bike To the Moon, his new album theme Travel with which he opened his show.
Then followed Invertebrate sin Skin and Cavemen, whose introduction in the artist spoke about relationships, with beautiful early, between kisses and hugs, and how distant end, forgetting everything and alluding to the title of the song.
In the nearly two-hour show, Arjona moved from end to end in the breathtaking scenery of more than 20 meters high, the scenery was set in a train station with benches, bags and means mounted theatrically on two floors . That perfectly combined lights with images projected on giant LED screens, which served to accompany each of the songs performed by the Guatemalan joined.
The repertoire also lacked that intimate set en queincluyó the classics like Taxi History, Women, Lady of the four decades, Tell me no, Naked and Minutes, among others, which were coreadospor fans from start to finish .
When she played If the North is the South, Arjona accompanied the theme with images of characters like "El chavo del ocho", "Cantinflas", "The Grasshopper" and Frida Kahlo, among other figures, interspersed with beautiful blondes, President American Barack Obama and flags of the Americas.
Then followed songs like penguins in bed, I know, No harm to others, What little I have is so little and I love you.
For the final leg, Arjona chose to return to the beginning and made a set in which only was accompanied by a few lanterns, dim light, and his guitar, playing themes by popular demand, and pleasing them sang You taught me, Your reputation, A you and I'm not so alone.
Then he did an encore of Women and that song was fired closing the first of seven concerts, embarking on the same imaginary train that had come to GEBA, which will play the 19, 20, 21, 25, 26 and September 27, and then continue its tour of Uruguay (October 1), Paraguay (3) and return to Mexico.