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The Northern Tigers ‘turn on’ the Zócalo

CAlmost an hour late, Los Tigres del Norte appeared on the main stage of the Zócalo in Mexico Cityor to give his Independence Day concert, prior to President Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s El Grito.

Scheduled at 8 p.m., the start of The Chief of ChiefsIt blew over the speakers shortly before 9 p.m.

Before a completely full Zócalo, the group confirmed by the Hernández family, began with a catalog of more than 50 years of career in music.

The Northern Tigers

Another paragraph: Families, friends, boyfriends and lonely people gathered early in the ‘heart’ of the Historic Center to enjoy the successes of the band from the municipality of Mocorito, in Sinaloa.

The show continued with songs like My good luck I couldn’t fall in love plus and Jose Perez Leon while the thousands of attendees accompanied the group at the top of their lungs.

“This is what our Zócalo looks like to the rhythm of the Tigres del Norte”, the head of the Government of Mexico City, Claudia Sheinbaum, wrote on her Twitter account.

Taking out their best dance steps, some with a partner and others alone, people put rhythm to the night while it sounded Camelia, the Texan Y The Queen of the South.

“They inform me that there are 130,000 people in the Zócalo singing with the Tigres del Norte. Long live Mexico! This is the plaza of all Mexicans,” Claudia Sheinbaum reported on Twitter.

At 11:00 p.m., Los Tigres del Norte paused to give way to the traditional cry of independence by President Andrés Manuel López Obrador in the company of his wife, the first lady Beatriz Muller.

cry of independence

“Long live the indigenous peoples
Long live democracy
let corruption die…”

After the 54 chimes, the fireworks made their appearance to light up the Mexican sky accompanied by traditional music.

Fireworks

Once the shout was over, Los Tigres del Norte returned to the stage to perform America with a parade of Latin flags.

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Reference from www.milenio.com

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