In photos: this was Rauw Alejandro’s spectacular show at Flow Fest CDMX


In 2019, months before the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in the world, Rauw Alejandro performed for the first time at the Flow Fest in Mexico City. By then he was already a recognized artist and the square filled up at dusk. (Photo: Gustavo Azem / Infobae Mexico)
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It took two years for Rauw and his ballet to return to CDMX to perform before more than 60 thousand souls as the stellar show on the main stage (Photo: Gustavo Azem / Infobae México)
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The presentation began with the left foot, twenty minutes earlier than expected, and with a Rauw Alejandro unconcerned by the timer that was approaching the end (Photo: Gustavo Azem / Infobae México)
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Meanwhile, the platforms saw the greatest hits of the Puerto Rican artist pass. In every song, from “Tell him”; “Virtual sex”, “Tattoo” and of course, “All of you”, those present accompany him with clapping hands, with shouts, whistles and choruses, because the piled up perreo does not work to party (Photo: Gustavo Azem / Infobae México)
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The time came, forty minutes after the start of his participation, the screens to one side marked a dead time, it was time for Rauw Alejandro to leave the Flow Fest (Photo: Gustavo Azem / Infobae México)
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Rauw Alejandro (Photo: Gustavo Azem / Infobae)
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None of that, with his hands, he made a gesture of disapproval, assured that he stayed and followed the tremendous demonstration of hypnotizing dance along with his box ballet (Photo: Gustavo Azem / Infobae)
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From some corner, Rauw Alejandro took out a huge Mexican flag and wrapped himself in it, he wanted to show his affection for a country that has received not only him, but also the urban genre as its own identity (Photo: Gustavo Azem / Infobae)
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Rauw Alejandro (Photo: Gustavo Azem / Infobae México)
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Mic problems, it seemed like the spirits of the set change wanted to kick him out of there, but he didn’t give up, no one actually lowered the towel. We sang as if we were Rauw Alejandro himself, while he ran throughout the esplanade, greeting his closest faithful (Photo: Gustavo Azem / Infobae)
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Rauw Alejandro (Photo: Gustavo Azem / Infobae)
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“Todo de ti” finally closed a setlist that slid down a teetering tightrope from beginning to end, a presentation governed by risk, by adrenaline, an experience to the limit in which only the perreo mattered (Photo: Gustavo Azem / Infobae Mexico)

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