The Cuban duo Gente de Zona had a concert on Thursday at the O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire in London, England, as part of their European tour, in which they made almost 2,000 people who went to enjoy the charismatic Cuban artists, dance and have a crazy time.
Cubans and Latinos of all ages and even English gathered in the theater to enjoy the joy and laughter that spread Alexander Delgado and Randy Malcom.
This is the second time that the popular duo has performed in the British capital. Their debut was in 2017, in Troxy, a place that was small for the large number of followers.
The theater for this occasion has capacity for 1,300 people seated or 2000 standing. Also known as The Empire is an old theater owned by the BBC in which they have presented figures of the likes of Kylie Minogue, Elton John and The Rolling Stones.
Paris, France will be the next stop on the tour that has taken them through Switzerland, Germany and Italy.
Original Source: CiberCuba