Tokio Hotel in Mexico: if being a fan has no expiration date
This time with the Feel It All Tour, Bill, Tom, Georg and Gustav would meet with thier most loyal followers on a very important date; the birthday of the Kaulitz twins.
Preceding this, the Mexican rock band Allison were responsible to inflame the place for half an hour that the group performed. The group parts the stage with a few words to make way for the star of the night.
“Thank you, Mexico. You are the best, we are very happy to be the guest of Tokio Hotel, so let’s make tonight special and prove they are the best”
A blanket stretched from end to end of the stage served as a screen to project some input before the Tokio Hotel lighting effects. “We Found Us” opened the night with the interpretation of Bill Kaulitz dressed in a golden robe with a crown that made him the king of the enclosure.
The nuances of Kings of Suburbia reached the grounds that echoed with “Louder Than Love” with an introduction of drums given Georg and Tom. The followers of the group lit the place with neon lights and balloons set to accompany Bill Kaulitz in “Invaded” theme that was sung between nostalgia and ecstatic fans screaming again.
The light show that brought Tokio Hotel also featured extravagant costume changes as Bill Kaulitz improvised movements to the rhythm of the beats. One of the most anticipated songs was “Run, Run, Run” with melancholy tones was sung with devotion. The time soared when Zimmer 483 “Rescue Me” sounded in the magnificent voice Kaulitz. The evening continued with the range of sounds own style of Tokio Hotel.
“Mexico, thank you very much. We are very excited to be here. This city is very special to us, and because today is our birthday,” enunciated Bill.
“Masquerade” began the “Aliens” to jump that turned the Pepsi Center on a dance floor. Probably the venue was the most energised place in the city, or so the environment and Tokio Hotel felt. They continued with “Love who loves you back” and “Monsoon” that hymn which is chanted among followers. A small intervention by Gustav Schafer with a hat of “charro” sang “Happy Birthday” to the Kaulitz brothers celebrating their birthday. The concert was in it’s last moments and “Great Day” was announced.