Pahua will officially present ‘Hábita’ on a tour of Mexico

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Get your skirt and flared pants ready for this ‘Traketeo’ that Pahua has prepared for us.

After announcing her participation as a special guest with Hozier in it Unreal Unearth Tour this February 20 and 21 at the Pepsi Center WTC, Pahua is more than ready to roll through Mexico and officially present her first and most recent album, Habit.

Pau Sotomayor has delighted us with her numerous talents within the Mexican alternative scene, because in addition to being a singer, songwriter and percussionist, she will have some performances with her DJ sets starting this February 8 in Mischievous in the Mexico City. From there it continues on March 1 in Pardo ClubGuadalajara.

Your visit to Guadalajara will not only bring surprises in Pardo Clubwill also feature a presentation with the Colombian artist Nidia Góngorawith whom he will share and sing some songs in the Portamérica Latitudes Festival.

Pahua in addition to having presentations with DJ sets, As a special guest with international artists and club performances, she will also have a number of presentations with her live show in Aguascalientes, Torreón, Coatepec, Valle de Guadalupe, Oaxaca and Pachuca. There are still some dates to be announced, so don’t miss the details.

This year is starting strong for the performer after great successes in 2023, mainly due to having placed her track “I follow your steps” in it soundtrack of the video game FC24 of EA Sports, recorded his first session of KEXP Live in Seattle and played at international festivals like Oslo World in Norway, Montreux Jazz Festival in Switzerland, Fusion Festival Germany, Envision In Costa Rica, the Aguascalientes Fair and To the north. This 2024 she will lead a great presentation as a guest vocalist in Bahidora with IamMatt.

Don’t miss more details about this tour and the individual presentations published on Pahua’s networks: @pahuamusic on all platforms.

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