Feid Wraps His 2024 Ferxxocalipsis Tour in Miami With First-Ever Stadium Concert 

Feid has wrapped his 2024 Ferxxocalipsis Tour with his first-ever stadium concert at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Fla., on Saturday (July 6). 

The evening celebrations began as early as 6 p.m. ET as the venue live streamed the Copa America Colombia vs. Panama game via a large screen outside. Shortly after the match ended, where Colombia won 5-0 and qualified for the semi-finals, the official DJs of Perro Negro (a popular nightclub in Colombia) pumped up the crowd inside with a 40-minute set of pure reggaeton bangers.

At the venue, Feid offered fans the ultimate tour experience that went beyond nifty merch: there were themed photo booths, monster trucks, and even a karaoke corner. 

The Colombian artist officially kicked off his performance at 9:45 p.m. after a nearly three-minute cartoon-inspired intro, in which he told his fans to relax because “the show was about to start.”

Wearing a black and neon green running vest, denim shorts and his signature white sunglasses, the artist sang “Alakran,” “50 Palos,” “Chimbita,” “Lady Mi Amor” and “Castigo.” “Hello, mor [love], how are you? We’re going to parchar [party] in Miami with el Ferxxo,” he said, greeting the packed venue. 

Feid delivered nearly 40 of his hits, back-to-back, from “Bubalu” to “El Cielo” to “Prohibidox” to “Porfa” to “Feliz Cumpleaños, Ferxxo” to “Monastery” and beyond. The crowd’s reaction to each song was notable; a primarily Gen Z audience chanted every lyric at the top of their lungs, even the latest releases like “Brickell,” “Luces de Tecno” and “Sorry 4 That Much.” 

The stage’s concept — which included 18 large LED panels, cartoon images and industrial stairs — took fans to Feid’s own imaginary city, one that’s dark and mysterious, but vibrant and thrilling. His fellow companions were guitarist Pedro Mejía, DJ SEBAXXSS and background singer Mariana, who’s also his cousin. 

After two outfit changes, all following his green-and-white aesthetic, the Colombian act sang hits such as “Le Pido a Dios,” for which he was joined by surprise guest DJ Premier, “Normal,” “Ferxxo100,” “Hey Mor” and “Classy 101″ before closing the show five minutes past midnight with the EDM-influenced “Luna.”   

“Good night, Miami. This is Ferxxo’s first stadium [show],” he reminded the crowd with a smile from ear-to-ear. “Thank you for being here tonight.”

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