The famous Cuban troubadour Silvio Rodriguez will offer a free concert in the Zócalo of Mexico City, on June 10, according to press reports.
the mexican newspaper Excelsior confirmed the newsin addition to indicating that the author of anthological themes such as “Ojalá” and “Unicornio” will also have two other presentations at the National Auditorium.
Before, José Merino, head of the Digital Agency for Public Innovation, revealed that Silvio would act on that date in the Zócalo and that Vivir Quintana would be in charge of opening the presentation at 7:00 p.m. local time.
To make the announcement, Merino shared the concert poster on Twitter and wrote a verse from the song “These days” written by the Cuban singer-songwriter: “I don’t know, think about it… These days the sun doesn’t come out, but your face. And in the deaf silence of time your eyes scream, Explain the agency Latin Press.
I do not know, think about it…
🎶 These days the sun doesn’t rise, but your face 🎶
And in the deaf silence of time your eyes scream pic.twitter.com/GMRMXkTI8j
– José Merino (@PPmerino) May 28, 2022
In accordance with excelsior hA few days ago, the head of the Government of Mexico City had announced that the troubadour would give a free concert in the city “as part of the economic reactivation plan in the capital.”
However, the publication refers, the official apologized the next day for announcing this presentation, and invited to go see it at the National Auditorium, where the presentations are paid.
Despite this fact, which the newspaper describes as a “stumble”, one of Silvio’s dates at the Auditorium sold out, while the other already has little availability.
Founder of the Nueva Trova Movement, Silvio Rodríguez is one of the most recognized foreign authors in Mexico, where he has performed on several occasions and has the admiration of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, according to a review Latin Press.