Monica Naranjo did not resist Bunbury

The Spanish singer-songwriter Mónica Naranjo officially opens the concert season in Guadalajara with her show “Puro Minage”, amid the rise in COVID-19 infections after the arrival of the Ómicron variant, for this reason, this Thursday, January 13 when is present at the Telmex Auditorium, the attending public will be asked to present their vaccination certificate -with one or two doses, depending on the vaccine-, or a negative PCR test valid for 48 hours, which will have to be carried out in the laboratories authorized by COFEPRIS.

In this regard, Mónica Naranjo speaks from Mexico City at a press conference about these measures established by the authorities to guarantee the health of the population as far as possible: “We come from Spain and we have had a wave soaring in recent months, but the culture has been safe, both in theaters, cinemas and museumsRight now we are at 100% capacity, but because we have fully respected the protocol regarding COVID ”.

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He expresses that in the end, all the protocols put in place “are to protect us all, that is, we have done concerts with distances, respecting family bubbles, all with the mask, even we also behind (the scene) maintain that rigor and This protocol so that all the people who are working and come to enjoy the show, feel safe. If each step that has to be taken is respected, absolutely nothing has to happen, but of course, we all have to do our part, that is important so as not to continue spreading the pandemic ”.

As for how she feels about celebrities who have controversial opinions about COVID-19, such as: Miguel Bosé, Paty Navidad and María Conchita Alonso, the singer-songwriter responds: “I believe that in the end all opinions have to be respected. All the people who are in favor of vaccines must be respected and those who are not in favor, too. Each one has their personal history, the solution to all this situation is respect, but obviously follow the protocols ”.

She was also asked if she is vaccinated, but the information was reserved, “I would not like to answer that question if you allow me,” he said.

Prepare new album

Monica also shared that her next album will be called “Mimétika”, an album under the electronic rock genre that will arrive next May; in fact, in February he will release the single “Hey!” in collaboration with Enrique Bunbury. “Enrique and I have known each other for many years, we are great friends, and we had already considered the possibility of being able to collaborate together”, but since they spoke about it in the lives of both of them, many things happened and it is until now that He began to compose the songs for his new album, developed “Hey!”, “totally vindictive.” He highlights that he called him, introduced him to the song and he accepted, “he is one of the most versatile voices we have, what can Enrique Bunbury resist? … Nothing, not even a woman.”

At the press conference he was present promoter Sergio Gabriel, who is the one who brings Mónica to Mexico, and he is also a promoter of Gloria’s shows Trevi, both will be offering concerts on the same days, but there will be no surprise at the moment where they share the stage. A couple of years ago they recorded together a song called “Grande”, but what Mónica did highlight is that the surprises with the Monterrey woman will continue: “For Gloria and me something much bigger awaits us in a while and not just to sing a song. song”.

On developing a bioseries about her life, Mónica ruled out such a project, because she shares that her life is boring: “I would not like it, my life is very boring, I mean it from the heart, I am a person dedicated to military discipline. I have always had a life at home, work, work and home, with my dogs, my cats, my animals … but I have not had a particularly attractive life in terms of my personal life. My professional life has transcended steadily, always framed by discipline ”.

When he questioned her if she would participate in a concept like the “90s Pop Tour”, to which he managed to say that at the end of the day everything depends on agendas.



Mónica Naranjo presents “Puro Minage”. Thursday, January 13 at 9:00 p.m. at the Telmex Auditorium. Tickets from 600 to 3,900 pesos.

If you are going to attend Mónica’s concert, take this into account: You must present on the day of the event, your official vaccination certificate (digital or printed) or a negative PCR test carried out a maximum of 48 hours before the concert (digital or printed) accompanied of an official identification. “Remember that it is mandatory to have your vaccination certificate or negative PCR test to enter the Telmex Auditorium, as well as your mask,” said the property.

After Mónica Naranjo’s concert, Gilberto Santa Rosa would perform at the Telmex Auditorium the next day, but the show has been suspended until further notice.



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