Maná shone with its most recent pair of concerts offered at the Banorte Stadium in Monterrey, with everything and the funny moment that was experienced when the group from Guadalajara sang their hit ‘Vivir sin aire’.
And it turns out that the lyrics of this song say: ‘How I wish I could live without water’, a part that when it was sung by the vocalist Fernando Olvera, brought the deafening reaction of the royals, who have been going through a severe water crisis for some time now Several months.
“We are very happy to return, Colombia is a country that we carry in our hearts, where we have done very big tours, and especially the paisas have a special place for us, from the roots of Alex, our drummer, that his father is from Medellín, so Maná has that Paisa DNA.”
Three years have passed since the last Maná show in Colombia (the last one at the Barranquila Carnival in 2019), an absence that not only the band’s followers have lamented, but also the members of the Mexican pop group.
This is recognized by Sergio Vallín, the guitarist and backing vocalist of the group that will be back in the country with two shows in Bogotá and Medellín.
At the Atanasio Girardot the date is September 23 (ticket sales open this Friday at www.taquillalive.com). “Happy to return to the stage, to be in Medellin again, in that stadium that is beautiful,” Sergio said in an interview with EL COLOMBIANO.