This Saturday May 5 will be remembered for thousands of Costa Ricans who lived one night with the legendary American musician Bob Dylan, who performed one of events to see in Costa Rica.
Hours before the concert, fans from all over the country and abroad and waited in the rain outside the Palacio de los Deportes in Heredia, to be part of Dylan's Never Ending Tour; tour that started in 1988 and has more than 2 400 dates.
With punctuality atypical for productions Costa Rican nationals, Goddy Foffo faced the daunting task of opening day to the legend. The duo, consisting of Arthur Brown and Daniel Bissinger, he learned to entertain fans of Dylan, with his English Folk Rock worked well.
Punctuality continued, after 8 pm, Bob Dylan appeared on stage to take a tour of their best songs, and sounded classics like "Leopard-skin pill-box hat", "Tangled up in blue", "Like a rolling stone "and" Blowin in the Wind ". Some of these songs performed in new versions that some appreciated while others were waiting for the classic Dylan.
During the concert, Dylan did not interact with the public, merely playing for about two hours exchanging the key instruments of their legendary sound: guitar, harmonica and electric piano.
Travel experts usually tell visitors to take a look at the concert agenda, as there are a lot of musicians that visit the country to perform.
The show was to be presented to the euphoria and screams, Dylan was playing in Costa Rica, and their fans showed respect for his music. No big screens or decorated extravagant; Dylan concert was a more intimate atmosphere, which those present enjoyed and appreciated.
The chairs in the VIP area were decorative and some even hindered. With the first chords all stood to enjoy the music and not miss any of the legendary American singer-songwriter movement.
The secrecy of Dylan on this tour, which has taken him to South America and ending in Mexico was no exception in Costa Rica and was forbidden to take photographs, but some took a neglect of security to ensure the memory of the visit of the legendary musician.