1.6 million at Madonna’s concert

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On a starry Saturday night in Rio de Janeiro, an impressive crowd of over 1.6 million people gathered at the famous Copacabana beach to watch a free concert by pop icon Madonna. This massive event marked the final show of her global 80-date tour.

Fans filled the beach, eager to catch a glimpse of the singer, while those who couldn’t get close to the front watched from giant screens set up along the sand. Speakers were placed all around to ensure everyone could hear the music. Some fans even enjoyed the concert from nearby apartments, hotels, or boats!

To ensure safety, around 3,000 police officers patrolled the area, and firefighters were on hand, spraying water to cool down attendees as the temperature hit 27 degrees Celsius (about 80 degrees Fahrenheit).

The concert, thought to be the biggest crowd of Madonna’s career, was a gesture of gratitude towards her fans who have supported her throughout her 40-year career. The show featured an array of costumes, set changes, and light displays, creating a festive and unforgettable atmosphere.

This historic event not only celebrated Madonna’s long and successful career but also brought together music lovers from around the world for a night of free entertainment on one of the most beautiful beaches in Brazil.

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