Marc Anthony cancels concert in Panama after suffering an accident at the hotel where he was staying | shows

PANAMA — Marc Anthony did not appear on stage last night for his scheduled concert of the “Pa’lla voy” tour in Panama after suffering an accident shortly before at the hotel where he was stayinginformed the organizing company of the event.

The president of the Panamanian show production company Magic Dreams, David Candanedo, told the local press today that the 53-year-old musical star suffered a fall on the hotel stairs that caused a back injury and forced him to be treated. Panamanian doctors.

“Today (Thursday) we were informed that he is under significant pain and will be transferred to his city of residence, which is Miami, to be evaluated by other specialists,” Candanedo said.

Marc Anthony’s publicist did not immediately return a message from the AP requesting details.

The organizers in Panama announced shortly before midnight over the loudspeakers that the artist could not appear due to the mishap. The show, which had been canceled in February due to a spike in coronavirus infections in the Central American country, brought together several thousand people at the Rommel Fernández soccer stadium.

Candanedo also asked those who purchased tickets to save them for a later rescheduling of the concert.

The popular artists of typical Panamanian music, the brothers Samy and Sandra Sandoval, and the Puerto Rican salsero Jerry Rivera performed in the prelude to the show.

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