The second show that the Dominican singer Juan Luis Guerra and his band 4.40 was going to toast in Lima this Wednesday, November 23, as part of his tour “Entre mar y palmeras” with which he has toured different cities in Latin America was suspended, after that the Municipality of Surco decided to close the Arena Perú,
Ronald Rojas, chief of the Santiago de Surco district, told La República that he revealed that the reason for the closure of the premises is due to the fact that during the first concert by Juan Luis Guerra, which took place on Tuesday, November 22, the venue exceeded the number of people allowed in the capacity, putting the lives of the people who attended the event at risk.
The interpreter of “Bilirubina” dazzled the Arena Peru last Tuesday night with his interpretation; Although, the show was not free of complaints from the attendees for the organization of the place. Find out all the details of his second presentation in Lima in this note.
All ready for the show
Juan Luis Guerra will perform this Wednesday, November 23 at Arena Perú, located next to Jockey Plaza in the Santiago de Surco district. The event is scheduled to start at 9 p.m.
Through social networks, the production companies Swing Management Peru and Fans & Music, in charge of the event, informed the public that the doors of the venue will be open from 5 pm In addition, they suggested arriving early to avoid mishaps.
On this occasion, the access of the attendees will be carried out -as on previous occasions- through the main door of the Arena Perú that faces Javier Prado avenue.
On the other hand, among the recommendations provided by the producer is to carry the physical ID. Likewise, it is suggested to use public transport or taxis to go to the concert; although, there will be parking available inside the Jockey Plaza.
Meanwhile, the entry of professional cameras, large backpacks, laser pointers, tents, fireworks and sharp objects, as well as food and drinks is prohibited. All the details in this list:
Crowd on the first date
On the night of last Tuesday, the first date of the tour “Between the sea and palm trees” took place in Lima. The event was scheduled to start at 9:00 pm at the Arena Peru; but, even before Juan Luis Guerra went on stage, the attendees began to complain about the large crowd of people inside the venue.
In videos and photographs broadcast on social networks, the large number of people in the VIP area was revealed; even, people are seen in areas with poor visibility of the stage.
Outside the venue, some people were upset because the staff in charge of the show closed the entrance doors and did not let the public through, despite having their tickets.
For its part, the National Institute for the Defense of Competition and the Protection of Intellectual Property (Indecopi) has also initiated an investigation against the promoter of Juan Luis Guerra’s concert.
“Personnel from the Indecopi Inspection Directorate attended the first date of the event this Tuesday, November 22, to gather preliminary information”, he specified in his Instagram post.
Likewise, it was learned that inspectors from the public institution will also be present at the second concert of the Dominican artist in Lima, in order to protect the rights of consumers.
Transportation after the show
Through social networks, the Urban Transport Authority reported that they will offer the “Bilibusina” service to transfer attendees after the Juan Luis Guerra concert that will take place this November 22 and 23 at the Arena Peru in Santiago de Surco.
The transportation service will be available from 11:30 pm and will have Jockey Plaza as initial stops to go to Ate and Evitamiento to move to San Miguel. The user fee will be 4 soles and can be paid through the Lima Pass or Metropolitano cards.
The arrival of the Dominican in Lima was announced last September. On that occasion, it was specified that the artist would offer a great show on Wednesday, September 23 at the Arena Peru in Lima. The concert is inspired by his documentary filmed on the beach in Miches (Dominican Republic) for the HBO Max streaming platform.
Tickets to see the interpreter of “La Bilirubina” live went on sale on September 13 and sold out quickly on the Teleticket website.
Due to the great reception from the public, Juan Luis Guerra’s team scheduled a second concert for Tuesday, November 22. Tickets for this new presentation were on sale from September 28. After a few days, the production company confirmed that the total number of tickets for the second date were sold.
In this way, Juan Luis Guerra joins this percentage of artists who perform in Lima, achieving the long-awaited ‘sold out’ of tickets, along with other Latin singers such as Daddy Yankee and Bad Bunny, as well as the British Coldplay.
he was in poor health
The tour “Between the sea and palm trees” by Juan Luis Guerra began on November 7 at the Movistar Arena in Santiago de Chile. However, the artist surprised by suspending the event two hours before it started.
This announcement worried the singer’s followers, but he came out to dispel the doubts after presenting a feverish picture with a sore throat. “Dear friends from Chile, here I am at the Movistar Arena, on stage, and unfortunately I have to inform you that today’s show (November 7) will have to be postponed to another day due to my voice condition.”indicated
Likewise, the Dominican artist added that he had been undergoing treatment for two days, but his voice is still not in a position to make a show. “To take care of the rest (concerts on November 9 and 10), we are going to cancel today’s (November 7), and I hope, with God’s favor, to see them next Wednesday and Thursday ”, ended.
Finally, Juan Luis Guerra was able to carry out the two concerts scheduled for November 9 and 10. Meanwhile, the suspended show has been rescheduled for Wednesday, November 30 at the Movistar Arena in Chile.
For those Juan Luis Guerra fans looking to pass the time before his concert, here are some fun facts about the Santo Domingo singer-songwriter. What was his first race? Who do you want to collaborate with? Where was “La Bilirubina” born? This and more questions in this note.