Belinda is preparing to launch a high-octane tour to promote her fourth studio album…
The 24-year-old Mexican singer-songwriter says the opening show of her Catarsis tour will be full of “surprises” and special guests.
Belinda is reportedly is working hard to ensure that this Friday’s performance at the Auditorio Nacional in Mexico City is “very big,” according to Efe.
The spectacle will include a supporting cast of 15 musicians and 30 dancers, with all of the action captured on camera and transmitted to 10 giant television screens, announced Belinda.
Along with singing the material from Catarsis, which was released last month, she plans to perform songs from her three previous albums Belinda, Utopia and Carpe Diem.
Catarsis, which quickly rose to the top of the Latin pop charts in Mexico, the United States, Guatemala, Honduras and the Dominican Republic, features a duet with rapper Pitbull, as well as the dancetastic first single “En El Amor Hay Que Perdonar.”