LIVE PHOTOS: Maluma Brings The Heat To Bojangles Coliseum


This past Thursday, Maluma brought his F.A.M.E tour to the Bojangles Coliseum and it was all we could have hoped for. The 24 year old started the show by descending from the ceiling, while performing one of his recent hit’s “23.” Joined by a live band, two back-up singers, and seven female dancers: Maluma brought the intensity, transforming the whole arena into a night club as everyone in the audience danced and sang along to the music.

As the show progressed, the high production value shined through the visual effects as Maluma became the main focused of the night. With so much charisma, Maluma won over the crowd with the constant crowd interaction, and his boyish charm. Dancing along his dancers, Maluma proved the fact that he is a true performer, and won’t be leaving the scene anytime soon.

With several outfit changes, Maluma showcased all his different sounds through his 19-piece setlist. The setlist is for sure to please both old and new fans as he performed some of his older releases such as “Borro Cassette,”  he also performed some of his newer songs from his upcoming album “F.A.M.E.” Bringing both old and new, Maluma kept the excitement throughout his show, making it impossible to not dance along.

Staying very grateful to his fans, he constantly thanked his fans for making his dreams a possibility. With several fans waving their country’s flag, Maluma excitedly shouted each country’s  flag that was shown throughout the arena. Maluma even took the time to read fan-made signs, and returned the love to the fans.

The F.A.M.E tour is a must attend show, and is highly recommended. This show will for sure keep you on your feet, and will leave you wanting more. Check out some of the images from Thursday’s show down below!

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Angel Escobar
Angel Escobar
Angel Escobar is a Senior Photojournalist at Melodic Magazine. When taking a break from being chronically online, he covers pop music from all over the world.

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