After Marc Anthony... comes Residente

After Marc Anthony... comes Residente

Marc Anthony, on Friday night, at the Granca Live Fest. / Arcadio SUAREZ

The Puerto Rican rapper is one of the great attractions of the second day of the Granca Live Fest this Saturday, at the Gran Canaria Stadium

If the North American of Puerto Rican origin Marc Anthony shot up to infinity the sauce temperature of the
Granca Live Fest On the first day, this Saturday, another singer and composer from San Juan, Puerto Rico,
Residentis emerging as the main musical attraction at the Gran Canaria Stadium.

The Caribbean René Pérez Joglar, Residente, was the vocalist and founder of Calle 13 until 2015 and is one of the current great stars of rap and urban music. He turned the musical platforms upside down with the
'Volume 49' with producer Bizarrap and with each topic, like the recent one
'This is Not America'this winner of five Grammys becomes a global phenomenon.

The Resident rapper will be one of the attractions this Saturday. /


Before Residente steps on stage, starting at 9:30 p.m., the public will have already warmed up at 3:30 p.m. with the performance of
Flesh and Bone.
Mel Omana (4:45 p.m.),
Rayden (18.15) and the Colombian
Camiloanother star who knows no borders, will have turned the Granca Live Fest into a great musical party.

Pepe Bernabé, in full action. /

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The curtain will be lowered by the mattress
Daniel Martin (11:00 p.m.) and the band that best revives Freddie Mercury's iconic musical universe with God Save The Queen.

Marc Anthony sweeps

It was shaping up to be the highlight of the day on Friday and
Mark Anthony more than met expectations. It is true that the American landed on stage when the audience was already engaged thanks to the great musical evening that preceded him, but the singer
delighted with an exultant review to their greatest hits which, due to the festival format, fell a bit short for their dedicated fans.

Corridor Effect delighted the public this Friday. /

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Tenerife rock band
Not a hair of tone was in charge of opening the festival in the early afternoon. When the urban pop of
Pepe Bernabe The attendance of the public took over and the fun was already consolidated on the pitch.

The public, which exceeded 15,000 this Friday, had a great time. /

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The Gran Canarians of
Hall effect the adrenaline and the party shot up as a prelude to
Nil Miller and the urban and Madrid musical phenomenon of
C. Tangana.

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