[eltdf_dropcaps type=”normal” color=”” background_color=””]T[/eltdf_dropcaps]he second day of GIFF concerts defied the weather. Just as the dusk hit, a shower was released on San Miguel de Allende. The storm’s intensity caused concerns over whether the show would go on, but the will of both the audience and the bands was stronger than any rain, which fluctuated between a light rain, a moderate squall and a waterspout.
The rain only delayed Capo’s appearance for half an hour. They were welcomed by a small, but loyal audience. The band from Mexico City didn’t mind getting wet and they thanked the audience while screaming “this is our first concert in the rain”. The concert went on, the rain picked up and, surprisingly, the audience increased as they sang along to “Gigantes”.
Camilo Sèptimo had double the audience. Those who were passing by approached and the umbrellas opened. The band, who played the most important festivals in the country and opened for Kings of Leon in Guadalajara, played some of their new songs that will be part of their Neon Tour, where they promise to mix their musical style with a first-class visual experience that includes virtual reality technology. The concert closed with an enthusiastic audience that didn’t mind the inconveniences if it meant they could have fun and two bands that played their hearts out without ever hesitating about the weather.