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Anitta and Pedro Capó will sing at the closing ceremony of the Copa América 2019

Cristian García
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The Brazilian singer Anitta and the Puerto Rican Pedro Capó will be in charge of singing in the final of the Copa América 2019 this July 7 in the city of Maracaná, Brazil.

Anitta and Pedro Capó will sing at the closing ceremony of the Copa América 2019

The South American Football Confederation (Conmebol) recently confirmed that Anitta and Pedro Capó will be in charge of closing the Copa América. This show will take place at half-time of the last game of this tournament and will last about 10 minutes.

Pedro Capó commented on his social networks that he was anxious and happy for this long-awaited moment for everyone :

Family! Super happy to share this news with you! I will be singing at the Maracaná Stadium this July 7th in the Final of the Copa América Brasil 2019 together with the great @anitta.

For her part, the Brazilian singer was also in charge of commenting on her participation in the Copa América :

I was very honored and happy with this invitation. I am certain that it will be an unforgettable experience in my artistic career. It will be a very special presentation.

According to various sources, Anitta and Capó will join on stage for the first time to commemorate this great tournament and to unite all of South America to the sound of the greatest songs of both artists.

Anitta is a Brazilian artist who has managed to stand out in the international music scene. Among his most successful songs, we can name "Downton" and "Bang". In addition, he has collaborated with such artists as Madonna, Maluma and Iggy Azalea.

"Downtown", Anitta's song in collaboration with J Balvin.

For his part, Pedro Capó He recently achieved international fame thanks to his song "Calma" where he collaborates with Farruko. In turn, he has also been very familiar with the culture of Brazil, coming to make a Spanish version of the famous Gilberto Gil theme. "Come on Fujir".

This entire event will be directed by Edson Erdmann, well known for organizing other types of ceremonies such as World Youth Day 2013 and the Olympic flame lighting ceremony at the 2016 Rio Olympics.