Iconic Brazilian singer, Marisa Monte performed on the first day of the festival on Palco Corona, with a repertoire that included hits from her career
Marisa Monte took the public Primavera Sound São Paulo 2023 on the first day of the festival, which takes place this Saturday, 2nd, at the Interlagos racetrack, in São Paulo. The singer from Rio took her tour show to the public Ports (2021) — name of his most recent album. In her repertoire, hits that establish her as one of the public’s most beloved singers.
The singer opened the show at Corona Stage with the song that gives the album its name, “Ports,” in total harmony with the band, the presentation takes on a more special tone with the participation of the fans, who filled the space in one of the busiest presentations of the day.
In a special moment, the singer performed one of her biggest hits, “Still remembering”, originally recorded with Ed Motta. “I like to sing this song to see if you still remember it,” she joked. Marisa.
Mount gave the evening at the race track a special tone with a repertoire that explored all phases of her career — including Tribalistas. In total harmony, Marisa and the fans connected throughout the songs and it was possible to hear the cries of “goddess”, “beautiful” and “wonderful.”
In what was certainly the most beautiful moment of the presentation, Marisa brought to the stage the “Sweet Vampire”, husband of Rita Leefrom who Marisa is a declared fan. The two performed the song in honor of him and, in addition to “You Mania” in one of the most beautiful tributes the queen of rock could receive.
The artist’s band included important names in Brazilian music, such as David Moraes It is Pretinho da Serrinha — who played the cavaco brilliantly. Marisa She taught on stage — complete with a costume change — by combining a setlist full of hits, a voice that is strong and delicate at the same time, and a presence that proves the size of this giant artist.
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