- Successful like no other group, Grupo Firme has won it all: Grammy Awards, Lo Nuestro, Billboard, iHeart Radio Music Award and more than 15 other awards.
- At Eduin Caz’s farewell as vocalist, the mark of 280 thousand attendees was exceeded
The presentation of Grupo Firme at the Teatro del Pueblo of the Potosina National Fair (Fenapo) 2023, exceeded 300 thousand attendees at tonight’s concert, thus breaking a national record for the group in the Zócalo of Mexico City in 2022, which was 280 thousand people and buried the number of Junior H, the new idol of the corridos lying down, which concentrated last Thursday 250 thousand souls.
In the last concert of Eduin Caz as main vocalist of Grupo Firme, records were surpassed in a magisterial presentation, which shook the Fenapo arena and despite an injury to his right leg, the vocalist as a professional fulfilled and more than singing to the people of Potosi and thousands of visitors from other states of the country.
For his part, Eduin Caz thanked the Governor Ricardo Gallardo Cardona and his wife Ruth González Silva for the invitation to participate in this, his last tour, the one of goodbye, with which they put an end in Mexico to their tour “You have to connect it, Tour 2023” and to which only one more would remain, on October 20, in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, at the Mercedez Benz Stadium.
Successful like no other group, Grupo Firme has won it all: Grammy Awards, Lo Nuestro, Billboard, iHeart Radio Music Award and more than 15 other awards, in the almost ten years of successful career and Eduin Caz’s early retirement could be temporary , after some problems that made him lose stability in his life. However, the band’s career will continue.
For more than two hours, 30 songs and to the rhythm of “Acá entre nos”, “Sello de calidad”, “Y si se quiere ir”, one of the most spectacular concerts of the 81st edition came to a close, because Grupo Firme left everything behind. his talent before the potosinos, who gave him the most fraternal welcome and farewell at the same time for Eduin Caz, who chose San Luis Potosí to retire from the stage.