post-title Lucerito’s Concert in La Paz, Watch full Video

Lucerito’s Concert in La Paz, Watch full Video

Lucerito’s Concert in La Paz, Watch full Video

Lucerito’s Concert in La Paz.

Watch the full video here.



Quoting: Hugo Fimbres from El Sucaliforniano. He assisted to the concert alongside his fervent fandom and bast knowledge of everything around Lucerito.


“She opened the concert with her famous song “Ya no” to latter perform, Sobreviviré, Electricidad and a medley of her  songs from the 80’s as are: Con tan pocos años, Te prometo y Fuego y ternura.”

“Of course we couldn’t miss the songs that elevate her as a balladist, the cheers and ovations raised as the chords of Veleta, Amor Secreto, Corazón a la deriva y El privilegio de amar started, without forgetting about Cuéntame y Vete con ella, the former being one of the most chanted of the night.”


“One of the biggest moments of the night was when she interpreted a Medley of the greatest hits of the deceased author and singer Juan Gabriel, highlighting el Noa, Noa, Esta primavera y No tengo dinero, raising the public from their seats.”



“Lucero thanked the presence of the band  ADR, in charge of filling the place with joy. The bride of America took her time during the concert to talk with the public of healthcare workers from La Paz, she shared multiple experiences that at points turned comical, since she talked about her husband, the singer Manuel Mijares, to continue with songs like Y llegaste tú, Te hubieras ido antes, Acá entre nos, Triste recuerdo, Me gustas mucho y Hasta que amanezca with which she closed the concert that lasted 2 hours, giving us a tour through her existence trajectory.”


“The City’s Theather respected the limited capacity. Lucerito thanked the Government of the state of Baja California Sur for the invitation to celebrate the Independence Festivities and the healthcare workers in La Paz.

“She took selfies with everyone who asked for one, to then left the stage between cheers from all the attendees”





To read Hugo Fimbre’s full article in El Sudcaliforniano. Click here.

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