The legendary Argentinean band conquers the hearts of Cusco.
The legendary Argentine band Enanitos Verdes thrilled their fans in Cusco with an emotional and energetic concert at the Jardín de la Cerveza. The band, with more than four decades of trajectory, delighted the audience with their timeless classics and also performed songs from their most recent album. Berry and Pachongo from Cusco accompanied the band in this unforgettable concert.
From the early hours of the afternoon, Cusco fans gathered at the Jardín de la Cerveza to secure their spot in this highly anticipated event. The atmosphere was filled with excitement and anticipation, and the eagerness to see Enanitos Verdes live was palpable. The band led by Marciano Cantero showed that the years have not passed in vain and delivered an impeccable performance. From the opening chords of "Lamento Boliviano" to the final note of "Tu Cárcel," each song resonated strongly, creating a special connection between the band and their followers.
"It is a pleasure to be here in Cusco, this land full of history and magic. Thank you for welcoming us with such affection," expressed Marciano Cantero, visibly moved by the warm welcome they received.
The concert's setlist included classic hits like "Amigos," "Mil Horas," "Te Vi en un Tren," "Guitarras Blancas," and "Frances limón," as well as more recent songs like "El Adiós" and "Tus Viejas Cartas." Each performance was accompanied by the unified choir of the audience, creating an atmosphere of communion and celebration. The staging was also impressive, with lights and visual effects enhancing the musical experience. The band interacted constantly with the audience, encouraging everyone to sing and dance along with them.
The Enanitos Verdes concert in Cusco will be an event that will remain in the memory of all attendees. The band demonstrated why they are one of the greatest legends of Spanish rock, and their energy on stage transcended to every corner.
With a devoted audience and a band at their best, the Enanitos Verdes concert in Cusco was a meeting of generations, where music became the universal language that unites people.