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The Colombian singer was dancing and singing to 45,000 people in its presentation in Buenos Aires as part of the Pop Festival Tour, which was preceded during the day shows numerous local and international bands at the stadium Puerto Madero.
Shakira kicked off Tuesday's American Pop Festival stage in the northern city of Salta, Argentina, then sang in Cordoba on Thursday and this Saturday was the turn of the anticipated show in Buenos Aires, then continued through the remainder of the region until late April.
He presented his new album The sun rises and more of the successes of his career. Dressed in a gold sequin irregular top and a tight black breeches, Shakira opened the show with I think of you.
"Up Buenos Aires, there's nothing like singing at home," said the Colombian, who conceived a very special connection with the Argentinians over more than ten year relationship that lasted until August 2010 with Antonio de la Rua son of former Argentine president Fernando de la Rua.
The show was changing climates to become a party on the final Wolf, Mad, its anthem and black eyes, she danced her hips moving, and the topic musicalized the 2010 World Cup, Waka Waka.
During the afternoon, Pop Festival held in the Costanera Sur Buenos Aires was filled with music, art, yoga workshops, break dance and street art, as well as organic food stalls, which made the day into a multidisciplinary festival.
In the scenarios played several local pop bands until he reached the turn Vicentico, former lead singer of Los Fabulosos Cadillacs, and Ziggy Marley, the two main Colombian openers.
Shakira dedicated her late for solidarity activities. Visited a center for early childhood in the village 21 of the neighborhood of barracks near the head of government of the city of Buenos Aires, Mauricio Macri, and his wife, Juliana Awada.
She was greeted by dozens of children who presented him with drawings and letters. The Colombian won the other hand, as president of ALAS, food to the containment center for food, health and education of children in disadvantaged neighborhoods.
After a stint in Buenos Aires, the tour will continue with stops in Punta del Este (Uruguay), Asuncion, Santiago de Chile, Bogotá, several cities in Brazil, Santa Cruz de la Sierra (Bolivia), Lima, Caracas, Santo Domingo, and several cities in Mexico.. exelent!!