Following the release of Shakira‘s album El Dorado, she returned to the world stage. She performed hits such as “Chantaje” and “La Bicicleta” as well as songs from her 20+ year repertoire. Some of these included “Hips Don’t Lie,” “Waka Waka” (“This Time for Africa”) and “Estoy Aqui.”
Eventually, El Dorado earned Shakira a Grammy for Best Latin Pop Vocal Album and a Latin Grammy for Best Contemporary Pop Vocal Album.
Documentary Footage and Shakira’s Own Words
Shakira in Concert: El Dorado World Tour relives the larger-than-life show on the big screen. Through documentary footage and Shakira’s own words, the film spotlights what it took to bring the career-highlight show to 22 countries and nearly a million fans.
Dramatic moments also cover the need to postpone the entire tour because of a vocal cord injury.
Shakira’s Blend of Latin Sounds, Rock ‘N Roll and World Music
Shakira is a global superstar who, by the age of 18, had taken Latin America by storm before conquering international markets at 24 with her crossover hit “Whenever Wherever.” Since then, she has continued to break barriers and records around the world with her unique blend of Latin sounds, rock ‘n roll and world music.
Concert Film Documenting Acclaimed El Dorado World Tour
Now, the global superstar celebrates her triumphant return to the stage in a thrilling concert film documenting her acclaimed El Dorado World Tour. Shakira in Concert: El Dorado World Tour is a documentary coming to theaters worldwide for a special cinema event on November 13 with encore screenings in select locations.