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The Featherweight Show at the Golden One Center

The Featherweight show at the Golden One Center was the one place many Latinos wanted to be on Sunday night. The love for the Mexican music star runs deep, and the stadium was packed with Sacramentans of all stripes and ages waiting to witness the Double P Tour.

The Genesis Album and Billboard Success

The tour highlights his third studio album “Genesis,” which was released last month with the hit song “Lady Gaga.” The 24-year-old Featherweight is currently at the forefront of the Mexican music scene with 14 songs on the Billboard Hot 100. With these hits under his belt, he performed to an audience of over 15,000 people. His set included fan favorites “Ella Baila Sola” and “PRC.”

Featherweight’s Record-Breaking Achievements

Mexican singer Peso Pluma holds a bouquet of balloons on Sunday, July 9, 2023, while performing at the Golden 1 Center as part of his Double P Tour through 31 cities. Featherweight became the first Mexican artist to reach No. 1 on the Spotify Global Top Songs chart. This year, eight of his songs have entered the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

A Diverse Crowd

Around 6 pm, the crowd began to form around the Golden One Center. Many were dressed for the occasion in boots, jeans, and Featherweight fan gear. Others paid tribute to the artist with Spider-Man gear or accessories. The spider motif was present in the background of Sunday’s performance. His fans ranged in age, with families and children galore. During Featherweight’s performance, some children sat on their parents’ shoulders, and others sang enthusiastically while copying the artist’s iconic dance.

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Stories from Featherweight Fans

Cecilia Ruiz attended the show with her husband and her three children, who range in teens and young adults. Her youngest son was wearing a Spiderman mask, and her daughter was wearing a silver superhero necklace. As she waited in line, Ruiz was seen with the Nicaraguan flag draped over her shoulders. She said the whole family loves Featherweight’s music and appreciates that it embraces the entire Latino community. “Peso Featherweight is for all Latinos,” she said. “He represents them all.”

Nearby, 17-year-old Jose Franco was preparing to watch Featherweight for the second time. He had seen the artist two months earlier in Fresno with his parents. Franco said his parents discovered the Mexican artist about a year ago, and now they listen to his music every time they ride in the car. “It’s giving new meaning to Mexican music,” Franco said.

On Sunday, Franco drove from the Bay Area with his girlfriend, Natalia Garcia. Both have family roots in Mexico and were proud that the Featherweight is becoming more popular in the United States. “Now he is an icon,” Garcia said. “Now, you can go to the barbershop and there are people asking for the Featherweight haircut.”

Upcoming Tours by Pepe Aguilar and Pancho Barraza

Pepe Aguilar is going on a tour of the United States. He returns to the Save Mart Center in July. Pancho Barraza returns to the Central Valley with his ‘2023 Legend in Life’ Tour.

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