Within its 2012 MDNA tour , the night of November 28 and 29 the queen of pop, Madonna, gave two concerts in the city of Medellín considered one of the gratest in Latin America.
The stage at the Atanasio Girardot Stadium, the Queen of Pop was accompanied by 28 dancers, including his son Rocco, 11. The diva opened the show, which was divided into four acts, beginning with the transgression and ending to Redemption.
“It’s great to finally be in Medellin,” said Madonna, who spent about five minutes of the show to interact with over 40,000 fans. During the concert, the singer used five dresses, including one designed by Jean-Paul Gaultier.
‘A new era is about to begin, without judgment, without violence’, said Madonna as the crowd danced to his hits like ‘Girl Gone Wild’, ‘Material Girl’, ‘Give It 2 Me’, ‘Hung Up’, among others.
Cubes of lights appeared from the stage floor, as dancers who performed with an exceptional care and absolute precision. In addition, the images of the background screen, of great format, immersed the audiences into a perfect story of dance and music.
Throughout the show, appeared religious as Catholicism, Hinduism, Buddhism, African rituals mixed with virgin crying black tears and dozens of crucifixes.
During the song Gang Bang, the background screen was split in half to let an army of soldiers who played drums, while a sort of cube decorated as a room where Madonna took a whiskey, is ‘triggered’ by their ‘attackers’. At the time the show becomes a bloody shootout between the singer and her dancers.
In the song ‘Vogue’ Madonna in the crotch rubbed a towel delivered by a waiter who served him a martini. Then he took off his pants, the camera did a close-up to her buttocks and bent so provocative.
The Italian-born singer continues her tour ‘MDNA’ for Rio de Janeiro, Porto Alegre, Buenos Aires and Santiago de Chile. Then conclude in Cordoba (Argentina) on 22 December, after having toured cities like Tel-Aviv, Moscow, Oslo, Rome, Barcelona, London, Miami, New York, Toronto and Mexico City, among others.