Duki: all tickets offered on the Bernabu, 4 years after performing for two,500 individuals | EUROtoday

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The Argentine singer Duki has offered out the tickets for the live performance he’ll give on the Santiago Bernabu Stadium on June 8. Taylor Swift, Aitana, Karol G and Luis Miguel had already offered out the tickets for the primary summer time of concert events on the Real Madrid stadium, whose capability is estimated at 65,000 spectators. According to his reserving company, Duki would be the first rapper to fill the venue.

Last December, Mauro Ezequiel Lombardothe Argentine rapper often called Duki, carried out twice in a row on the River Plate Monumental Stadium in Buenos Aires, earlier than audiences of 80,000 individuals every night time. “The strongest weapon that Argentines have is that, being at the end of the world, we have to be very dreamers and very strong. They live on the dreams that they dreams come true and we Argentines are the best dreamers,” mentioned Duki when he introduced his live performance in Madrid. After his offered out, Duki has taken up the thread of desires in statements launched by his communication company. “If you have a dream, fight for it; If I am filling a Bernabu in Spain it is because you elected me. Thank you for the love, thank you for choosing me.”

Duki was born in Buenos Aires, in 1996, right into a center class household. In the center of the final decade he started to realize relevance in cockfights, which allowed him to unfold his music on social networks. In 2019 he recorded his first album, and visited Spain to tour six cities. In Madrid, for instance, he sang on La Riviera, a stage for two,500 spectators. “Every time I have a show I go into devil mode and that's what I expect when someone puts on headphones to listen to me. People are afraid of being what they are, and we have to understand the idea of ​​devil as everything we are not. Like the yang of the ying. The black of the white,” the singer mentioned then in EL MUNDO.