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Indio breaks record with Gualeguaychu concert

Police authorities in the province of Entre Ríos have informed that around 200,000 people, a record in Argentine rock n' roll, watched legendary singer Indio Solari give a concert last night in the city of Gualeguaychú.

At the age of 65, the former lead singer of Patricio and Los Redonditos de Ricota was presenting his latest album, titled "Pajaritos, Bravos Muchachos". The massive crowd descended on the horse-racing track of the city, located 230km from Buenos Aires.

The concert marked a new success for the mythical rock star, who has broken on numerous occasions the record for the number of paying spectators in an open-air concert.

In 2011, the Buenos Aires city Tandil paid host to 100,000 fans for a gig, while last year 130,000 packed a venue in Mendoza to watch Solari sing hits such as "Ji, ji, ji, "Luzbelito" and "Superlógico".

"The attendance of 200,000 people almost tripled the city's normal population," police spokesman Vicente Giménez confirmed to media today, while Gualeguaychú mayor Juan José Bahillo dubbed the event "the biggest musical show in Argentina's history."
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