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Like most large South American cities, Medellín is home to two major football (soccer) teams, perennial bitter rivals, and most residents of the city are ardent fans of one team or the other. Also similar to most cities with rival soccer teams, one is associated with the middle class and up, the other with working people. When the teams play each other at Atanasio Girardot Stadium, traffic backs up for hours and the cars can be heard honking after every GOOOOOOOOOOOL.

Those sounds are nothing compared to the carrying power of open-air concerts in the stadium, especially when they feature hometown heroes like Maluma