The ‘ Versus World Tour’ of Mexican pop/rock artist Alejandra Guzman and Gloria Trevi has officially came to an end as of Saturday April 14. Their finale performance was held at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles.
Recently the ‘ Versus World Tour” earned a nomination for Latin Tour of the Year at the Pollstar Awards.
The sold-out tour, which lasted close to a year, kicked off at the Staples Center on June 3 2017 in Los Angeles. In addition, they were the first Mexican women who sold out the Staples Center two nights in a row.
On the night of their closing performance, Guzman uploaded a picture to her official Instagram account with the caption “Extranare versus gracias por tanto amor.”
During their tour, Guzman and Trevi performed iconic shows in cities in the U.S. including San Antonio, Houston, Chicago, New York and even in Toronto, Canada.
The Mexican artists did not disappoint their loyal fans. Trevi, who is known as “The Mexican Madonna” performed many of her hits such as, Dr. Psiquitara and Pelo Suelto and Guzman, known as the “Queen of Mexican Rock,” performed Un Dia De Suerte and Miralo Miralo.
These ladies are with no doubt two of the most legendary artists in the Spanish-language genre. They have influenced many generations with their performances, styles, ideas and way of being.
The Versus Tour will forever be remembered particularly since it brought together two of the most iconic pop/rock female artist who were often put against against each other throughout their career.
Both have had long careers and they both share mutual respect for each other. This is why seeing them on stage together drew in such large crowds. In Puebla, Mexico for example, they drew in nearly 10,000 screaming fans.
Despite being away from home for nearly a year, both divas claim they will miss their fans and tour.
Looks like we will have to wait some time to see these two in action again, but fortunately they left an album behind, ‘ Versus,’ for their fans to look back at. The album premiered in the summer of 2017 which arrived at the No. 1 spot of the Top Latin Albums chart.