The well-known singer, who occupies a very prominent place in Spanish music, performed some of his best-known songs such as ‘Where will the kisses go’, ‘Bailarina’, ‘Luna’ and I want to hug you so much, songs that were interspersed with others of more recent creation
The public that attended the Manzanares Bullring last night enjoyed a magnificent concert by the Asturian singer-songwriter Víctor Manuel, who offered a powerful recital within his tour ‘Volver para cantarlo’.
The well-known and veteran singer, who occupies a very prominent place in Spanish music and who has always shown his social commitment, performed some of his best-known songs such as’ Where will the kisses go ‘,’ Bailarina ‘,’ Luna ‘and I want to hug you so much, some songs that were interspersed with others of more recent creation.
During the concert, Víctor Manuel addressed the audience, reminding them that ten years had passed since his last visit to Manzanares. He also indicated that Spain “should be ashamed of having around 120,000 dead buried in the gutters and in mass graves as well as in unspeakable places.” Once these words were pronounced, he interpreted ‘How am I going to forget myself’, which addresses the issue of Historical Memory.
This concert, which took place with all the health and safety measures established on the occasion of the Covid, joins the rest of the musical shows that are being held this weekend in Manzanares and that are part of the activities organized on the occasion of the Festivities in Honor of Our Father Jesus of Forgiveness.
The mayor of Manzanares himself, Julián Nieva, explained to Lanza that the City Council was clear about the importance of “not concentrating in a few days” all the acts of the Jesús del Perdón Festival, in order to “be able to space it out in time. and all activities could be carried out with great control over capacity and spaces ”.
He also indicated that “thanks to a broad and quality proposal, which includes activities of all kinds and for all tastes, Manzanares is going to live some holidays with which somehow a part of normality is recovered”.