Bolivian group Tupay prepares concert in Peru after several years of absence

After several years of not stepping on Peruvian soil due to the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19), the Bolivian group Tupay, made up of Edwin Castellanos and Fernando Torrico, confirmed their return to Lima to offer the best of their musical repertoire.

Known as ‘The kings of saya’, the former members of Los Kjarkas announced that they will sing on April 28 at the well-known venue Brisas de Titicaca, and that tickets are already available on Teleticket and at the same venue.

We are excited to meet again with our Peruvian brothers, we are going to arrive with our best musicians and dancers to present a quality show, as you deserve it”, stated Edwin Castellanos, founder and director of the altiplanic group.

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Tupay has made a name for himself in music with his well-known hits “Ay amor”, “Ay no sé que tú”, “América Latina”, “Mal accustomed”, “La saya” and more recent hits “Cholita” and “ Saya queen.” Also, the show will feature dances from the coast, mountains and jungle.

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We are always grateful to our fans in Peru and the world for enjoying our music, which remains current over the years. For this reason, I invite our followers in Peru to join us in Brisas del Titicaca this April 28Castellanos added.

Bad Bunny surprised a fan during a concert.