Eduin Caz and his wife pamper Beatriz Gutiérrez Müller

Grupo Firme is a famous Mexican regional Mexican band which recently performed this Sunday night, September 25, in Mexico City’s Zócalo with overwhelming success. Among the hundreds of fans was Dr. Beatriz Gutiérrez Müller.

This is why the wife of the President of Mexico shared a series of photographs through her social networks in which she was seen with the group members.

It should be noted that songs such as “El tóxico,” “Ya supérame,” “En Tu Perra Vida,” and “Pídeme” were some of the songs with which Grupo Firme delighted the 280 thousand attendees in the first square of the city, an attendance with which they broke the record held by Vicente Fernández with his concert attended by 219 thousand people.

Beatriz Gutiérrez Müller shows off Eduin Caz

Grupo Firme and Beatriz Gutiérrez Muller

“A pleasure to greet the band Grupo Firme. May you reap many more successes, continue to be authentic, grateful, and simple, and see you next time!” is part of the message with which the researcher thanked the group for the concert, which was free to the public. She also included the vocalist’s wife, Daisy Anahy, described as “a beautiful girl.”

As if that were not enough, in the images, you can see the president of the Honorary Council of the National Coordination of Memory celebrating with the members of Grupo Firme, as well as another in which she embraces Eduin Caz and his wife while they smile before the concert.

Grupo Firme in the Zócalo

Eduin Caz and Beatriz Gutierrez Muller

If we recall, since midday on Sunday, some people began to arrive in the vicinity of the Zócalo, hoping to be the first to enter the main square to be as close to the stage as possible and witness the talent of Eduin Caz and the members of Grupo Firme.

It seems that the weather favored the attendees, and due to the intense heat, elements of the Heróico Cuerpo de Bomberos sprayed water on some of those who were closest to the stage. In contrast, others had to be removed by security elements due to the agglomeration to prevent them from being crushed.

It should be noted that hours before the concert began, the head of government, Claudia Sheinbaum, informed through her social networks that the Zócalo of the capital of the country had reached its limit and, therefore, invited the rest of the attendees to follow the presentation on the screens that were installed in some surrounding streets, as well as in the transmission that was made by the official channels.