Yomil postpones concert due to Saratoga tragedy: “Respect and condolences for family members”

The Cuban Reggaeton Yomil Hidalgo postponed his long-awaited concert this Saturday in honor of the victims of the Saratoga Hotel explosion.

The singer announced on his social networks on Thursday afternoon that the search for the missing persons was still continuing and “I would not feel at all well on stage knowing that there are still people under the rubble and disconsolate families.”

Yomil, who was among the first Cuban artists to send their condolences After the explosion, he apologized to the fans who were waiting for his first concert in more than two years and promised to make it up to them with a spectacular performance the following Saturday.

“I apologize to all our loyal fans who were preparing everything for this Saturday, but I promise that next Saturday I will be with you back on stage,” he wrote on his networks.

Screenshot from Instagram / Yomil

“First respect and condolences to the families and may the victims rest in peace”he highlighted.

The tragic explosion at the Hotel Saratoga left a toll of 45 dead and more than 90 injured, some of them still in critical condition. Among the people who lost their lives there are four minors, a pregnant woman and a foreigner.

In the hours of this afternoon, the rescuers They recovered the lifeless body of a hotel workerthe last person who was reported missing.

Shortly after the recovery of the body, the island’s government decreed an official six-day mourning in Cuba. The duel will take effect at 06:00 on May 13 until 12:00 at night on May 14. During its validity, the Cuban flag must be raised at half-staff in public buildings and military institutions throughout the country and celebrations and cultural events are suspended.

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