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Hispanic Ad: Latin Divas Take Over Los Angeles with “All Female” Uforia Music Series Concerts at The Forum

Nov 21, 2018

Uforia Music Series took over Los Angeles this weekend with an all-female concert. The “Las Que Mandan” Uforia Concert brought fans the hottest Latina legends and rising stars. The celebration took place November 17 at The Forum in Los Angeles.

The concert marked the first all-female lineup of the Uforia Music Series. Not only was it a showcase of stars who collectively have sold millions of records worldwide and garnered hundreds of awards, it was a display of female empowerment, influence, excitement and immense talent.

“K-LOVE Live “Las Que Mandan” was without a doubt a historic event that could only have been produced by a platform like Uforia,” said Jesus Lara, president of Univision Radio. “The 13,000 people that attended the concert witnessed a moment of Latin Music history filled with positive energy and a sense of female empowerment.

“Las Que Mandan” made headlines at the “All Females” Latin event that brought back Thalia and Paulina Rubio on same stage after over 25 years, trending on social media throughout the show. Thalia was the first one to hit the stage performing many off her greatest hits including “Arrasando,” “Amor a la Mexicana,” and newest song “No me Acuerdo” with Dominican songstress Natti Natasha. Superstar Gloria Trevi rocked by opening her show spinning over the audience inside a circular bubble to perform her new hit “Dr. Psiquiatra” and some of her iconic hits including “Todos me Miran” and “Me Lloras.” The packed arena roared at Paquita la del Barrio as she sang legendary hits such as “Rata de Dos Patas” and enjoyed her opening act along with all-women mariachi band Mariachi Divas. Paulina Rubio rocked the stage with her new song “Suave y Sutil.” The stacked lineup for the concerts also included rising star Yuridia.

Source: Hispanic Ad

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