The show started around 21h and, from the first song, it was possible to realize how excited the crowd was - nobody stopped dancing and singing during the 1h15 DJ Bobo was on the stage. The repertoire brought a great mix of 90's themes and new songs, like his lastest single "La vida es". On the stage, with the singer, there was: Nancy Baumann (dancer e backing vocal), Tosca Seibert, Curtis Burger e Massimo Di Muro (dancers), Alex Vesper (drums), Andrew Sig (guitar) e Thomas J. Gyger (keyboards). The show was divided into two parts, first one with around 45 minutes; a 5 minutes break (when the fans screamed 'DJ BOBO! DJ BOBO!' nonstop); and a second part, with around 25 minutes. No hit was left out of his tracklist: "Somebody dance with me", "Everybody", "Love is all around", "There's a party", "Chihuahua" and, sure, "Vampires are alive" (one of the first songs played and really well recieved by the brazilian audience). The singer made a lot of jokes together with the crowd, making everybody repeat vocal exercises or part of the songs, making them move their arms in the air... For sure, this was a lifetime experience, not only for those who follow DJ Bobo career but also for all the people who was there. It was impossible not to dance, it was impossible not to go back to 90's, it was impossible to leave Carioca Club without a smile in the face and wanting more. Excelente show, what a pity that, probably because of the holiday, not so many people could go there to see this great pop music artist.
Check out a bit of his concert:
"Vampires are alive" [here]
Medley using "There's a party" melody [here]
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