One of the most important Argentine stars on the current music scene is Tini Stoesselwho through his urban pop songs has carried a message from empowerment and freedom to the Latin American public. To show the affection of the public from Guadalajara who received her at the Telmex Auditorium this Thursday night as part of his tour Tiny Tour 2023.
Before the show started you could see in the Telmex lobby and inside the venue the entire family, parents who accompanied their daughters and sons to enjoy the show, in addition you could also see the young people dressed in pink, the color that has distinguished the singer in recent months.
The evening started around 21:20 hours, in the scenery, as part of the visuals, a bedroom was captured in pink tones. And suddenly the corps de ballet appeared Tini in overalls of the same color and some masks, the surprise is that Tini was present among the dancers, who helped her remove her camouflage and she appeared in her maximum splendor with a very suggestive black outfit.
The first songs he performed were “22”, “I want to go back” who originally sings Sebastian Yatra, “Let your hair down” and “It hurts”. “Good night Guadalajara, what happiness to be back, starting the year with this show. Thank you for receiving me in this way, I hope you have a very beautiful night, that you enjoy it and that you get excited”said the singer, to later give way to songs like “Last kiss”, “Maldita foto” and “2:50”.
In the second act of the evening, Tini wore a fitted neon green dressto interpret a series of ballads such as “Why are you leaving”, “Hey” and “A kiss in Madrid”. People asked her to sing a capella the song from her series “Violet”, a Disney project that brought her to the fore, so she could not refuse and offered a couple of verses.
Then he sang his recent single “For the rest of your life”a theme that originally sings with Christian Nodal, and then gave way to the heartfelt ballad “Meat and bone”. Tini releases her next album “Cupid” where he includes his most relevant successes of recent months.
Tini took the opportunity to ask for applause for her musicians and her work team, then dedicated the song to the public “come closer”emphasizing that it has been a subject that has settled in the taste of its people.
The third block was expected to be more danceable and frenetic with a much more urban repertoire where songs like “The Triple T”, “Dolls”, “The Lotus” and of course “How I am”.
Tini Singers Telmex Auditorium
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