Paris memories – and a close encounter – by Luis & Miguel
M-Tribe reader Luis from Spain is back and after sharing some pictures from the Madonna’s show in Rome, has also sent his images from the “Confessions Tour” concerts in Paris.
Included in his mini gallery – that you can check at our Tribe-A-Pose galleries by clicking the thumbnails below – are seven great pictures from the August 30 show in Bercy, and nine more from the one of August 31 when Luis and his friends had the chance to be on the very front row after queuing since the early morning.
On the right you can also see a picture taken with Norman and Steve they met just as they left from Bercy, and a photo of Luis and his friend Miguel with the lovely Sofia that has a bit of a story of its own.
“Me and my friend Miguel went to have dinner close to Bercy when the show ended. On our way back to the hotel we saw a girl wearing a rucksack and she was talking with a group of people. My friend Miguel said: “wait, this rucksack belongs to Sofia” (he knew it because he had seen her shopping in Rome). We headed to the group and there she was. After they took the picture for us, we left, and someone of her group called us back.
We went back to them, and they asked us if we knew who the girl was. Of course we told them she was one of the Madonna dancers and that she had done the Nike ad campaign. They told us that they were her parents and then we started talking for a while about Madonna, Real Madrid and Zidane, etc.
Her father got surprised when we told him that we had seen the Confessions Tour in Rome already and attended the last two Paris shows. He wanted to know why we did such a thing and queued for hours just to be in the front row. He wondered if it was worth the wait. Of course our answer was “yes”, because while singing “Like it or not” Madonna looked at us for a long time, and so did her dancers, while dancing the “Ray of Light” coreography.
Sofia’s father even joked wondering if we were going to Japan to see her there too.
I wish we had the chance, but it’s a bit expensive. jeje.
Well, me and my friend Miguel want to thank you for giving us the chance to share our memories from those two wonderful nights. We would also like to add that the organization in Paris was much more efficient and safer than the one in Rome.”
Lots of thanks, Luis.
Thanks to Luis and Miguel.