This Friday, October 7 at 9:00 PM with the Telmex Auditorium on stage, Mexican band Matute will present a concert full of energy and nostalgia through their “Quinceañera World Tour”, a tour that celebrates three decades of musical work. In this regard, Tana, the group’s vocalist, speaks correspondent About what it meant to put him in the public eye for many years.
“We are happy, we came from a very exciting tour of the US we can’t believe what is happening there, these are places we have been to for the second and third time and one we have been to for the first time with tired tickets thank God. Now I am very excited to be back in Guadalajara with this experience and this wonderful celebration For fifteen years to which we give so much love.”
On what Perla Tapatia fans can expect on October 7, Tana highlights: “Everything is new, It is a celebration of fifteen years, we take nostalgia to the extreme and technology too, the truth is that we are very proud of what has been achieved visually and musically. I think it was worth several months of effort to put on this show where people are going to have a great time, it’s more than three hours of non-stop dancing, singing and jumping.”
Tana also talks about why the public has been so loyal to the group for so many years. “It all had to do with that, for us it was very easy to stay with the premiere of pure success we knew it worked, but no, We try to reinvent ourselves all the time. Yes, technology and visuals are important, everything we talk about on the show matters too, but also The energy of the six of us cannot be hidden because of how well we get along and how much we love each other. People realize we’re having a great time and they have no choice but to give in to the experience.”
At the expense of what was this Three decades of work And new goals yet to be met, Tana asserts that all this time she has lived in has been a blessing. “It was obviously a time of nonstop hard work, but a blessing to surround yourself with the right people at the right time, the six of us in particular, fifteen years later, We stay focused on looking at the same sidewhich is very complicated, because we always say that the biggest enemies of orchestras are their members, because it is difficult to agree on dreams, goals, times and work, but the truth is that I feel lucky to share my walk with five of them and with those who have joined during these years.”
What’s next for the band?
By the end of the year Matute will be releasing a triple CD and DVD album that combines his feat of sound from the Mexico City Arena with “Quinceanera a trip around the world”as you prepare to conquer new countries and generate new experiences, albums and partnerships.
“The truth is we already have a TV and radio show, we’ve already made a Christmas album and live experiences; the United States has opened their doors to us in an incredible way, we’ve already been to Guatemala and El Salvador, and now we’re going to Costa Rica and Colombia, the places we go to for the first time and that’s what It got us excited, it just started, there she died for a while,” Tana ends.
Enjoy your live show
- “Quinceañera World Tour”, at Telmex Auditorium. Friday October 7 at 9:00 pm Tickets from 380 to 200,000 pesos.
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