Camila Comes to San Miguel to Prevent Cyber Bullying
By Jesús Aguado
The most important pop-romantic band in Mexico and Latin-America will perform for free at the Jardín Principal. The concert is presented by Ritmoson Latino, a musical TV channel.
The stage will be installed at the plaza principal, the parish church of St. Michael the Archangel will be “the scenography,” and there will be reserved spaces for 800 people. Ritmoson Latino has given tickets to radio stations in Celaya, Querétaro, and León for that area. The channel will also hand over a few hundred tickets to the San Miguel Tourism Council. Those tickets will be distributed through the Tourism Council Facebook.
People from Ritmoson will arrive in San Miguel this Monday and will give out some tickets, too. The rest of the esplanade will be open to the general public. The Tourism Council Facebook page is www.facebook.com/turismo.sma.
The concert will be held and broadcast live on Wednesday, May 20, at 8pm at the Jardín Principal.
Mientes, Aléjate de mí and De qué me sirve la vida are some of the band’s most popular songs. Now Camila from Ritmoson Latino is participating in the campaign, “Like por mí, no más cyber bullying.”
Carla Aguilar, director of Tourism, Economic Development and International Affairs, told Atención that this event does not cost a single penny to the state nor to the local government. Executives of the TV channel came to San Miguel and proposed to hold the event here. She said, “It will promote San Miguel in Latinoamerica, where positioning is more needed.”
“Take care of your password; You have a voice, too; Think of what you’re-posting;” and “Respect others” are some of the phrases that will be constantly repeated and broadcast during the concert in order to prevent cyberbullying. This campaign is being supported by UNICEF.