Impulsobaires. "If those who inform you are informed" »Municipalities» November 26, 2018
More than 120,000 people joined to celebrate the 136th anniversary of the city, where renowned platter dancer Iñaki Urlezaga had an emotional recognition of his professional career.
Iñaki Urlezaga had a unique night in the city that saw him born, where he put a final mark on his international career for more than 20 years with a show that included a live orchestra and over 50 musicians on stage and a ballet He accompanied him.
At the festivities, Mayor Julio Garro gave the city's key to the dancer, who, on his left, shone on stage, accompanied by Elena Roger and Manuel Wirzt.
"We are happy that a prodigal son from La Plata has chosen such a special date for all the plates to close his remarkable career," Garro said.
He added that "it is a pride that so many families have been able to enjoy a spectacle of such great quality in a free and free manner."
The distinction was made in the midst of the multimodal and colorful festivities that took place in Plaza Moreno and Avenida 51 with the installation of stalls and food producers to commemorate a new city anniversary.
Before the dancer's show, the audience enjoyed the music of local band Zeres, Galacticos, Silencio de Negra and soloists Nicolás Martínez and Santiago Camacho, who started the day.
Later, the singer "El Polaco" delighted the fans who danced the rhythm of the songs "Deja de llorar" and "Por qué te you" among other hits.
Then the cumbia santafesina band "Los Palmeras" shone during the stage with their classic songs, such as "Bombón asesino", "What does colleague want" and "For the first time", among others.
The colorful closing took the pop artist "Lali" Esposito who made all the exalted present who filled the square in the early afternoon.
This incredible historic and historical performance has been featured with his main themes, including Sin querer queriendo, Besarte mucho and Una na, among other known hits.