The Vans stage Crown Capital It filled up quickly as the start of Pulp’s presentation approached, one of the most anticipated groups of this first day of festival activities.
The show began with a legend on the screens, which read: “This performance is an encore. When people ask for more. When you make yourself heard, so make noise. I said make noise. Alright. We listen to them. This is what we do as encore.”
With the stage lit red, “Disco 2000” began the setlist. “Hello, are you okay? We are Pulp, you are Mexico. And tonight we are here to entertain you, you have to help us. “This is applause for Mexico,” said Jarvis Cocker.
He then performed his song “Background noise” for the first time, which had a special dedication. “I’ve been in Mexico for several weeks and I’ve had a lot of fun, so I want to dedicate it to you and also to my girlfriend who is here.”
Meanwhile, on the Corona Cero stage, Alanis Morissette caused annoyance at the start of her show due to the 15-minute delay to start. Some attendees began to whistle, realizing that the minutes were passing and the stage remained empty.
The presentation began with a video retrospective of her career, which was projected, so the singer appeared 20 minutes after her scheduled time. Her show, which began with the song “All I really want,” was accompanied by images of her that appeared on the screens.