Aitana says goodbye to 2023 with her last concert in Uruguay and a nice reflection

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Aitana has lived an unforgettable 2023 and one to mark in her career. The age alphawhich began in March with different teasershas brought him great joys: simple (Los Angeles, Las Babys, Miamor…) that we haven’t been able to stop humming in our heads; great concerts in Spain and Latin America, recognitions such as two awards in WECB Music Awards Santander and, above all, an important lesson: learn to relativize and fully enjoy what you do.

The young woman celebrated the last show of the year in Uruguay on December 20 and took advantage of the occasion to publish a minivlog with a summary of the rehearsals and what was experienced from the Antel Arena, in Montevideo. In addition, she shared a nice reflection before going on stage: “If I start to think about what life gives me to be sad about… I realize that it’s nothing.”

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“It’s the first year in which I don’t want to disconnect. I just want to be with you and not be in my house“he adds while images are mixed backstage, in soundcheck, reviewing the choreographies of his songs live or simply meeting with the entire human team that has made it possible alpha tour.

It makes me sad, but it makes me happy to know that I start 2024 knowing that I will be surrounded by those I love the most and within that, without a doubt you areso thank you and have a great time,” she dedicates to them, visibly excited.

The video he published about this end of his tour in Latam shows his entire crew (who is already part of his family) singing at the piano 24 roses. A figure that anticipates that The artist already has her sights set on next year. A new season full of more live music; this time with a festival tour and the highly anticipated solo concert from his first stadium at the New Santiago Bernabéu. Appointment for December 28, which, by the way, already has the “all sold” sign up and with which Aitana wants to carry her rainbow throughout this great venue.

“Merry Christmas, people. Happy holidays and happy everything, see you on the 24th. 🎄”, he wishes us. And we, from WECB, join in the good wishes on these important dates.


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