Los Angeles welcomes Camilo with a full house at his first concert
Colombian singer Camilo made his debut at the Dolby in Los Angeles with a sold-out concert over the weekend.
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Camilo has had a magical week.
First, he was the artist with the most wins at the 2021 Latin Grammys and then filled the Dolby in Los Angeles in his first concert at the venue. He also did it accompanied by his wife, Evaluna.
What Camilo never imagined is that it would come on his first concert tour and even less that he would be performing in the city of Los Angeles after having toured Europe, the rest of the United States, and before flying to Puerto Rico and Colombia.
The winner of four Latin Grammys at its 22nd edition arrived in Los Angeles to give the first concert of what will be his first tour: "Mis Manos." The stage was the emblematic Dolby Theater auditorium, in front of a full house on all four levels.
Anoche La Tribu llenó el Dolby Theater en Los Angeles pic.twitter.com/afFXauhNvT— Camilo (@CamiloMusica) November 21, 2021
More than excited, Camilo performed his hits "Tatto," "Ropa Cara," "Bebé," "Manos de tijera," "No te vayas," "Millones," as well as "Vida de Rico," the song that won him the Latin Grammy for 'Best Pop Song.'
He was also able to experience the concert alongside his wife Evaluna and son Indigo, who is still on the way.
The Colombian artist closed his North American tour with a concert in San Jose, California, and will perform in Puerto Rico before returning to Colombia.