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Champions League final: what time is the opening show, who will sing and where to watch it

Champions League final: what time is the opening show, who will sing and where to watch it

Prior to the meeting that will define which team will keep the “Orejona”, a musical show will be held. Who was the singer chosen for this occasion.

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Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund will face each other this Saturday at 4pm to play the final of the 2024 Champions League. The match will take place at the stadium Wembleyin Englandwhere an opening show will take place that already has the singer confirmed.

Is about Lenny Kravitz, the 60-year-old artist who remains one of the legends of world rock. According to Union of European Football Associations (UEFA)the singer was chosen to provide a musical show prior to the opening whistle that will begin the match that will define the new European champion.

Lenny Kravitz, the singer chosen for the opening show of the Champions League

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Lenny Kravitz will be the singer of the opening show of the Champions League final.

Lenny Kravitz will be the singer of the opening show of the Champions League final.

The artist will be in charge of providing a show for the spectators who will be present in the stadium. Born on May 26, 1964 in New York, USAKravitz has become an icon of music, an industry where he began his career three decades ago.

The ‘Human’ singer has released 11 albums in total of which he managed to sell more than 40 million copies Worldwide. In addition, it will not be the first time that she is part of a show in the sports field, since he also participated as a special guest of Katy Perry at the show Super Bowl XLIX.

Where to watch the opening show of the Champions League final

The presentation can be seen in Argentina from 4 p.m. through ESPN and Fox Sports. In addition, the option to view it on the Star+ streaming service or through the Play, D Go and Flow telecentre.

ESPN channels To follow the live broadcast of the opening show are:

  • 103 by Flow.
  • 621 (SD) and 1621 (HD) from DirecTV.
  • 105 (SD) and 1011 (HD) of Telecentro.

Meanwhile, the channels to watch on Fox Sports:

  • 25 (SD) and 106 (HD) by Flow.
  • 105 (SD) and 1605 (HD) from DirecTV.
  • 101 (SD) and 1013 (HD) of Telecentro.

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