In photos: this was the triumphant return of Wisin y Yandel to Mexico


Flow Fest gave us the opportunity to bring two of the greatest artists of the urban genre, to delight ourselves with some old-fashioned reggaeton (Photo: Gustavo Azem / Infobae México)
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Wisin y Yandel (Photo: Gustavo Azem / Infobae México)
Wisin and Yandel (Photo: Gustavo Azem / Infobae Méxicoe)
Two or three hours before, Mexicans and fans from other parts of the world gathered on the secondary stage to see their idols from youth, adolescence and some, even from their childhood, up close, very closely (Photo: Gustavo Azem / Infobae Méxicoe)
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Wisin y Yandel (Photo: Gustavo Azem / Infobae México)
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Although delayed, they fully complied with the time they had destined to play, and far from wasting time talking non-stop, they sent the necessary messages, and all were: let’s dance (Photo: Gustavo Azem / Infobae México)
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Wisin y Yandel’s gratitude could be smelled, seen or enjoyed from miles away. Mexico is a country that adopted reggaeton as if it were its own, and embraced urban artists as heroes, as demigods (Photo: Gustavo Azem / Infobae Méxicoe)
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Wisin y Yandel’s greatest hits paraded through the stage. From “Something that I like about you”, to “Greater than I”, “Abusadora” and “Howling” (Photo: Gustavo Azem / Infobae México)
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Wisin y Yandel (Photo: Gustavo Azem / Infobae México)
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The show was not a one-off duty; Like past artists, they made use of live graphics, as well as elements that range from smoke, fire, and fireworks (Photo: Gustavo Azem / Infobae México)
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Wisin y Yandel (Photo: Gustavo Azem / Infobae México)
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The concert of the day was completely dedicated, by Wisin y Yandel, to single women, or with a boyfriend, husband, lover, etc. (Photo: Gustavo Azem / Infobae México)
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Although the public wore out their throats when they asked for Wisin y Yandel to return to the stage, the band, made up of a DJ, keyboardist, bassist, drummer and choristers, the wish was not fulfilled, but they said goodbye to the only one who knows how to do it, thanking God, the public, reggaeton and music (Photo: Gustavo Azem / Infobae México)

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