The band dominated the stage with nostalgic tracks full of pop music, mainly pop music from the 1980s.
Ciudad Juarez—— Matut’s previous speech on this border had fewer audiences than usual, and they held a concert on the opening day of the Juarez Carnival in 2021.
Assistants wait for Jorge D’Alessio’s band to leave from Plaza de la X.
Matut, who was armed with a nostalgic repertoire of 1980s hits, took to the stage after the fireworks display and official opening ceremony.
Tana Planter’s medley of “Disco Inferno”, and “Es por amor,” was the first to be performed.
The audience was inspired to dance and sing along by the colorful disco balls and lights hanging from the centre of the stage.
The concert continued with “You and I is oneself” by Timbiriche, “Obsesión” by Miguel Mateos, and “Ni tú ni Nadie” by Alaska and Dinarama.
“Welcome, Planeta Retro. This is going to get outof control,” she said.
We miss them so very much. He said that those who visit Matu for the first-time will be able to see what happens when Matu returns home.
With “Lamento boliviano” and “Mátenme because I am dying”, Matute has attracted full public attention, and they have been dancing to the rhythm of Rigo Tovar’s “El sirenito” and “Mi Matamoros querida” without shame.
Despite not having a producer or lead singer, the band performed with energy and charm on stage.
“Jorge D’Alessio’s delicate nature is what makes him so special, but I’ll pass his thoughts on to him. This show is dedicated to him. Tana stated as she handed her mobile phone out to the audience.
The show’s final stage, “El Noa Noa”, brought everyone to its climax. Matut is indeed in Juan Gabriel’s home.