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FOTOS: Los 60 momentos más impactantes del concierto ‘Venezuela Aid Live’

People attend “Venezuela Aid Live” concert, organized to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort at Tienditas International Bridge in Cucuta, Colombia, on February 22, 2019. - Venezuela’s political tug-of-war morphs into a battle of the bands on Friday, with dueling government and opposition pop concerts ahead of a weekend showdown over the entry of badly needed food and medical aid. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)LUIS ROBAYO/AFP/Getty Images ** OUTS - ELSENT, FPG, CM - OUTS * NM, PH, VA if sourced by CT, LA or MoD ** (LUIS ROBAYO / AFP/Getty Images)
Venezuela’s self-proclaimed interim president Juan Guaido, center, arrives at the Venezuela Aid Live concert on the Colombian side of the Tienditas International Bridge near Cucuta, Colombia, on the border with Venezuela, Friday, Feb. 22, 2019. (AP Photo/Fernando Vergara) (Fernando Vergara / AP)
This aerial view taken from the Colombian side of Tienditas International Bridge at the border between Colombia and Venzuela, on February 22, 2019 shows the stage of “Venezuela Aid Live” concert, organized by British billionaire Richard Branson to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort. On the backgroung Venezuelan side where a goverment-sponsored concert is scheduled to take place later today. - Venezuela’s political tug-of-war morphs into a battle of the bands on Friday, with dueling government and opposition pop concerts ahead of a weekend showdown over the entry of badly needed food and medical aid. (Photo by Edinson ESTUPINAN / AFP)EDINSON ESTUPINAN/AFP/Getty Images ** OUTS - ELSENT, FPG, CM - OUTS * NM, PH, VA if sourced by CT, LA or MoD ** (EDINSON ESTUPINAN / AFP/Getty Images)
Venezuela’s opposition leader Juan Guaido (C at left) gestures as he arrives with Colombian President Ivan Duque (C, partially covered) at the “Venezuela Aid Live” concert, organized to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort, at the head of the Tienditas International Bridge in Cucuta, Colombia, on February 22, 2019. - Guaido -- recognized by more than 50 countries as interim president -- attended the aid concert in Colombia despite having been barred from leaving the country by the government of rival Nicolas Maduro. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)LUIS ROBAYO/AFP/Getty Images ** OUTS - ELSENT, FPG, CM - OUTS * NM, PH, VA if sourced by CT, LA or MoD ** (LUIS ROBAYO / AFP/Getty Images)
Venezuela’s opposition leader Juan Guaido (L) arrives with his wife Fabiana Rosales (R) and Colombian President Ivan Duque (out of frame) at the “Venezuela Aid Live” concert, organized to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort, at the head of the Tienditas International Bridge in Cucuta, Colombia, on February 22, 2019. - Guaido -- recognized by more than 50 countries as interim president -- attended the aid concert in Colombia despite having been barred from leaving the country by the government of rival Nicolas Maduro. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)LUIS ROBAYO/AFP/Getty Images ** OUTS - ELSENT, FPG, CM - OUTS * NM, PH, VA if sourced by CT, LA or MoD ** (LUIS ROBAYO / AFP/Getty Images)
Colombian singer Carlos Vives (C) and other artists perform during the “Venezuela Aid Live” concert, organized to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort at the head of the Tienditas International Bridge in Cucuta, Colombia, on February 22, 2019. - Venezuela’s political tug-of-war morphs into a battle of the bands on Friday, with dueling government and opposition pop concerts ahead of a weekend showdown over the entry of badly needed food and medical aid. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)RAUL ARBOLEDA/AFP/Getty Images ** OUTS - ELSENT, FPG, CM - OUTS * NM, PH, VA if sourced by CT, LA or MoD ** (RAUL ARBOLEDA / AFP/Getty Images)
Colombian singer Maluma performs during the “Venezuela Aid Live” concert, organized to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort at the head of the Tienditas International Bridge in Cucuta, Colombia, on February 22, 2019. - Venezuela’s political tug-of-war morphs into a battle of the bands on Friday, with dueling government and opposition pop concerts ahead of a weekend showdown over the entry of badly needed food and medical aid. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)RAUL ARBOLEDA/AFP/Getty Images ** OUTS - ELSENT, FPG, CM - OUTS * NM, PH, VA if sourced by CT, LA or MoD ** (RAUL ARBOLEDA / AFP/Getty Images)
Venezuelan singer Carlos Baute performs during the “Venezuela Aid Live” concert, organized to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort at the head of the Tienditas International Bridge in Cucuta, Colombia, on February 22, 2019. - Venezuela’s political tug-of-war morphs into a battle of the bands on Friday, with dueling government and opposition pop concerts ahead of a weekend showdown over the entry of badly needed food and medical aid. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)RAUL ARBOLEDA/AFP/Getty Images ** OUTS - ELSENT, FPG, CM - OUTS * NM, PH, VA if sourced by CT, LA or MoD ** (RAUL ARBOLEDA / AFP/Getty Images)
Colombian singer Carlos Vives performs during the “Venezuela Aid Live” concert, organized to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort at the head of the Tienditas International Bridge in Cucuta, Colombia, on February 22, 2019. - Venezuela’s political tug-of-war morphs into a battle of the bands on Friday, with dueling government and opposition pop concerts ahead of a weekend showdown over the entry of badly needed food and medical aid. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)RAUL ARBOLEDA/AFP/Getty Images ** OUTS - ELSENT, FPG, CM - OUTS * NM, PH, VA if sourced by CT, LA or MoD ** (RAUL ARBOLEDA / AFP/Getty Images)
A woman holds the Venezuelan and US flags as she waits for the start of “Venezuela Aid Live” concert, organized by British billionaire Richard Branson to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort at Tienditas International Bridge in Cucuta, Colombia, on February 22, 2019 - The concert was organized by British billionaire Richard Branson to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort. Venezuela’s political tug-of-war morphs into a battle of the bands on Friday, with dueling government and opposition pop concerts ahead of a weekend showdown over the entry of badly needed food and medical aid. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)LUIS ROBAYO/AFP/Getty Images ** OUTS - ELSENT, FPG, CM - OUTS * NM, PH, VA if sourced by CT, LA or MoD ** (LUIS ROBAYO / AFP/Getty Images)
Dominican singer-songwriter Juan Luis Guerra performs during the “Venezuela Aid Live” concert, organized to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort at the head of the Tienditas International Bridge in Cucuta, Colombia, on February 22, 2019. - Venezuela’s political tug-of-war morphs into a battle of the bands on Friday, with dueling government and opposition pop concerts ahead of a weekend showdown over the entry of badly needed food and medical aid. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)RAUL ARBOLEDA/AFP/Getty Images ** OUTS - ELSENT, FPG, CM - OUTS * NM, PH, VA if sourced by CT, LA or MoD ** (RAUL ARBOLEDA / AFP/Getty Images)
Colombian singer Carlos Vives (C, with Venezuelan flag) and other artists perform during the “Venezuela Aid Live” concert, organized to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort at the head of the Tienditas International Bridge in Cucuta, Colombia, on February 22, 2019. - Venezuela’s political tug-of-war morphs into a battle of the bands on Friday, with dueling government and opposition pop concerts ahead of a weekend showdown over the entry of badly needed food and medical aid. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)RAUL ARBOLEDA/AFP/Getty Images ** OUTS - ELSENT, FPG, CM - OUTS * NM, PH, VA if sourced by CT, LA or MoD ** (RAUL ARBOLEDA / AFP/Getty Images)
Puerto Rican singer Luis Fonsi performs during the “Venezuela Aid Live” concert, organized to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort at the head of the Tienditas International Bridge in Cucuta, Colombia, on February 22, 2019. - Venezuela’s political tug-of-war morphs into a battle of the bands on Friday, with dueling government and opposition pop concerts ahead of a weekend showdown over the entry of badly needed food and medical aid. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)RAUL ARBOLEDA/AFP/Getty Images ** OUTS - ELSENT, FPG, CM - OUTS * NM, PH, VA if sourced by CT, LA or MoD ** (RAUL ARBOLEDA / AFP/Getty Images)
Puerto Rican singer Luis Fonsi performs during the “Venezuela Aid Live” concert, organized to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort at the head of the Tienditas International Bridge in Cucuta, Colombia, on February 22, 2019. - Venezuela’s political tug-of-war morphs into a battle of the bands on Friday, with dueling government and opposition pop concerts ahead of a weekend showdown over the entry of badly needed food and medical aid. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)RAUL ARBOLEDA/AFP/Getty Images ** OUTS - ELSENT, FPG, CM - OUTS * NM, PH, VA if sourced by CT, LA or MoD ** (RAUL ARBOLEDA / AFP/Getty Images)
Colombian singers Silvestre Dangond (L) and Maluma perform during the “Venezuela Aid Live” concert, organized to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort at the head of the Tienditas International Bridge in Cucuta, Colombia, on February 22, 2019. - Venezuela’s political tug-of-war morphs into a battle of the bands on Friday, with dueling government and opposition pop concerts ahead of a weekend showdown over the entry of badly needed food and medical aid. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)RAUL ARBOLEDA/AFP/Getty Images ** OUTS - ELSENT, FPG, CM - OUTS * NM, PH, VA if sourced by CT, LA or MoD ** (RAUL ARBOLEDA / AFP/Getty Images)
A Pemon indigenous man is loaded into an ambulance after he was shot and wounded when clashes erupted with the Venezuela National Guard and army, who were moving tanks to the border with Brazil, a day after President Nicolas Maduro ordered the crossing closed, in Santa Elena, Venezuela, Friday, Feb. 22, 2019. Heightened tensions in Venezuela left one woman dead and a dozen injured near the border with Brazil on Friday, marking the first deadly clash related to the opposition’s plan to deliver humanitarian aid that President Nicolas Maduro has vowed not to accept. (Angel Medina Devis via AP) (Angel Medina Devis / AP)
Venezuelan soldiers stand guard at the Simon Bolivar International Bridge, in San Antonio del Tachira, Venezuela, Friday, Feb. 22, 2019, on the border with Colombia. Venezuela’s power struggle is set to convert into a battle of the bands Friday when musicians demanding Nicolas Maduro allow in humanitarian aid and those supporting the embattled leader’s refusal sing in rival concerts being held at both sides of a border bridge where tons of donated food and medicine are being stored. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd) (Rodrigo Abd / AP)
People attend the “Venezuela Aid Live” concert, organized to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort at the head of the Tienditas International Bridge in Cucuta, Colombia, on February 22, 2019. - Venezuela’s political tug-of-war morphs into a battle of the bands on Friday, with dueling government and opposition pop concerts ahead of a weekend showdown over the entry of badly needed food and medical aid. (Photo by Raul ARBOLEDA / AFP)RAUL ARBOLEDA/AFP/Getty Images ** OUTS - ELSENT, FPG, CM - OUTS * NM, PH, VA if sourced by CT, LA or MoD ** (RAUL ARBOLEDA / AFP/Getty Images)
People attend “Venezuela Aid Live” concert, organized to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort at Tienditas International Bridge in Cucuta, Colombia, on February 22, 2019. - Venezuela’s political tug-of-war morphs into a battle of the bands on Friday, with dueling government and opposition pop concerts ahead of a weekend showdown over the entry of badly needed food and medical aid. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)LUIS ROBAYO/AFP/Getty Images ** OUTS - ELSENT, FPG, CM - OUTS * NM, PH, VA if sourced by CT, LA or MoD ** (LUIS ROBAYO / AFP/Getty Images)
People attend “Venezuela Aid Live” concert, organized to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort at Tienditas International Bridge in Cucuta, Colombia, on February 22, 2019. - Venezuela’s political tug-of-war morphs into a battle of the bands on Friday, with dueling government and opposition pop concerts ahead of a weekend showdown over the entry of badly needed food and medical aid. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)LUIS ROBAYO/AFP/Getty Images ** OUTS - ELSENT, FPG, CM - OUTS * NM, PH, VA if sourced by CT, LA or MoD ** (LUIS ROBAYO / AFP/Getty Images)
Spanish singer Miguel Bose performs during the Venezuela Aid Live concert on the Colombian side of the Tienditas International Bridge near Cucuta, Colombia, on the border with Venezuela, Friday, Feb. 22, 2019. (AP Photo/Fernando Vergara) (Fernando Vergara / AP)
Reymar Perdomo sings “I Left,” during the Venezuela Aid Live concert on the Colombian side of the Tienditas International Bridge near Cucuta, Colombia, on the border with Venezuela, Friday, Feb. 22, 2019. Her song has become the unofficial anthem of Venezuelans fleeing their country’s economic and political crisis. (AP Photo/Fernando Vergara) (Fernando Vergara / AP)
Puerto Rican singer Luis Fonsi performs during the Venezuela Aid Live concert on the Colombian side of the Tienditas International Bridge near Cucuta, Colombia, on the border with Venezuela, Friday, Feb. 22, 2019. (AP Photo/Fernando Vergara) (Fernando Vergara / AP)
A man with his face painted with the Venezuelan and US flags takes part in the “Venezuela Aid Live” concert, organized by British billionaire Richard Branson to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort at Tienditas International Bridge in Cucuta, Colombia, on February 22, 2019 - The concert was organized by British billionaire Richard Branson to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort. Venezuela’s political tug-of-war morphs into a battle of the bands on Friday, with dueling government and opposition pop concerts ahead of a weekend showdown over the entry of badly needed food and medical aid. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)LUIS ROBAYO/AFP/Getty Images ** OUTS - ELSENT, FPG, CM - OUTS * NM, PH, VA if sourced by CT, LA or MoD ** (LUIS ROBAYO / AFP/Getty Images)
A woman holds a US flag as she takes part in the “Venezuela Aid Live” concert, organized by British billionaire Richard Branson to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort at Tienditas International Bridge in Cucuta, Colombia, on February 22, 2019 - The concert was organized by British billionaire Richard Branson to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort. Venezuela’s political tug-of-war morphs into a battle of the bands on Friday, with dueling government and opposition pop concerts ahead of a weekend showdown over the entry of badly needed food and medical aid. (Photo by SCHNEYDER MENDOZA / AFP)SCHNEYDER MENDOZA/AFP/Getty Images ** OUTS - ELSENT, FPG, CM - OUTS * NM, PH, VA if sourced by CT, LA or MoD ** (SCHNEYDER MENDOZA / AFP/Getty Images)
A man with a girl wrapped on a Venezuelan national flag, on his shoulders, attends the “Venezuela Aid Live” concert, organized by British billionaire Richard Branson to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort at Tienditas International Bridge in Cucuta, Colombia, on February 22, 2019 - Thousands of people, many waving Venezuelan flags, flocked to the Venezuela-Colombia border Friday for a charity concert to push for humanitarian aid deliveries in defiance of a blockade by the government of President Nicolas Maduro. (Photo by Schneyder Mendoza / AFP)SCHNEYDER MENDOZA/AFP/Getty Images ** OUTS - ELSENT, FPG, CM - OUTS * NM, PH, VA if sourced by CT, LA or MoD ** (SCHNEYDER MENDOZA / AFP/Getty Images)
Larry Rios, bearing a Venezuelan national flag on his shoulders and sporting a stars-and-stripes cap, makes his way to the Venezuela Aid Live concert, near the Simon Bolivar International Bridge, in San Antonio del Tachira, Venezuela, Friday, Feb. 22, 2019, on the border with Colombia. Venezuela’s power struggle is set to convert into a battle of the bands Friday when musicians demanding Nicolas Maduro allow in humanitarian aid and those supporting the embattled leader’s refusal sing in rival concerts being held at both sides of a border bridge where tons of donated food and medicine are being stored. (AP Photo/Rodrigo Abd) (Rodrigo Abd / AP)
Concert goers enjoy the performances during the Venezuela Aid Live concert on the Colombian side of Tienditas International Bridge near Cucuta, Colombia, on the border with Venezuela, Friday, Feb. 22, 2019. (AP Photo/Fernando Vergara) (Fernando Vergara / AP)
People attend “Venezuela Aid Live” concert, organized to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort at Tienditas International Bridge in Cucuta, Colombia, on February 22, 2019. - Venezuela’s political tug-of-war morphs into a battle of the bands on Friday, with dueling government and opposition pop concerts ahead of a weekend showdown over the entry of badly needed food and medical aid. (Photo by RAUL ARBOLEDA / AFP)RAUL ARBOLEDA/AFP/Getty Images ** OUTS - ELSENT, FPG, CM - OUTS * NM, PH, VA if sourced by CT, LA or MoD ** (RAUL ARBOLEDA / AFP/Getty Images)
Spanish singer Miguel Bose performs during the Venezuela Aid Live concert on the Colombian side of the Tienditas International Bridge near Cucuta, Colombia, on the border with Venezuela, Friday, Feb. 22, 2019. (AP Photo/Fernando Vergara) (Fernando Vergara / AP)
Argentine singer Diego Torres, right, performs during the Venezuela Aid Live concert on the Colombian side of the Tienditas International Bridge near Cucuta, Colombia, on the border with Venezuela, Friday, Feb. 22, 2019. (AP Photo/Fernando Vergara) (Fernando Vergara / AP)
A child holds a Venezuelan flag during the Venezuela Aid Live concert on the Colombian side of Tienditas International Bridge on the outskirts of Cucuta, Colombia, on the border with Venezuela, Friday, Feb. 22, 2019. Venezuela’s power struggle is set to become a battle of the bands Friday when musicians demanding President Nicolas Maduro allow in humanitarian aid and those supporting his refusal sing in rival concerts being held at both sides of a border bridge where tons of donated food and medicine are stored. (AP Photo/Fernando Vergara) (Fernando Vergara / AP)
Colombian singers Silvestre Dangond, left, and Maluma, right, sing during the Venezuela Aid Live concert on the Colombian side of Tienditas International Bridge near Cucuta, Colombia, on the border with Venezuela, Friday, Feb. 22, 2019. (AP Photo/Fernando Vergara) (Fernando Vergara / AP)
Colombian singer Silvestre Dangond performs during the Venezuela Aid Live concert on the Colombian side of the Tienditas International Bridge near Cucuta, Colombia, on the border with Venezuela, Friday, Feb. 22, 2019. (AP Photo/Fernando Vergara) (Fernando Vergara / AP)
Concert goers enjoy the Venezuela Aid Live concert on the Colombian side of the Tienditas International Bridge near Cucuta, Colombia, on the border with Venezuela Friday, Feb. 22, 2019. Venezuela’s power struggle is set to become a battle of the bands Friday when musicians demanding President Nicolas Maduro allow in humanitarian aid and those supporting his refusal sing in rival concerts being held at both sides of a border bridge where tons of donated food and medicine are stored. (AP Photo/Fernando Vergara) (Fernando Vergara / AP)
Argentine singer Diego Torres performs during the Venezuela Aid Live concert on the Colombian side of the Tienditas International Bridge near Cucuta, Colombia, on the border with Venezuela, Friday, Feb. 22, 2019. (AP Photo/Fernando Vergara) (Fernando Vergara / AP)
Argentine singer Diego Torres, performs during “Venezuela Aid Live” concert, organized to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort at Tienditas International Bridge in Cucuta, Colombia, on February 22, 2019. - Thousands of people, many waving Venezuelan flags, flocked to the Venezuela-Colombia border Friday for a charity concert to push for humanitarian aid deliveries in defiance of a blockade by the government of President Nicolas Maduro. (Photo by RAUL ARBOLEDA / AFP)RAUL ARBOLEDA/AFP/Getty Images ** OUTS - ELSENT, FPG, CM - OUTS * NM, PH, VA if sourced by CT, LA or MoD ** (RAUL ARBOLEDA / AFP/Getty Images)
Venezuelan singer Chyno performs during the Venezuela Aid Live concert on the Colombian side of the Tienditas International Bridge near Cucuta, Colombia, on the border with Venezuela, Friday, Feb. 22, 2019. Venezuela’s power struggle is set to become a battle of the bands Friday when musicians demanding President Nicolas Maduro allow in humanitarian aid and those supporting his refusal sing in rival concerts being held at both sides of a border bridge where tons of donated food and medicine are stored. (AP Photo/Fernando Vergara) (Fernando Vergara / AP)
Mexico’s Paulina Rubio performs during the Venezuela Aid Live concert on the Colombian side of of Tienditas International Bridge near Cucuta, Colombia, on the border with Venezuela, Friday, Feb. 22, 2019. Venezuela’s power struggle is set to become a battle of the bands Friday when musicians demanding President Nicolas Maduro allow in humanitarian aid and those supporting his refusal sing in rival concerts being held at both sides of a border bridge where tons of donated food and medicine are stored. (AP Photo/Fernando Vergara) (Fernando Vergara / AP)
TOPSHOT - People wait for the start of “Venezuela Aid Live” concert, organized by British billionaire Richard Branson to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort at Tienditas International Bridge in Cucuta, Colombia, on February 22, 2019. - Venezuela’s political tug-of-war morphs into a battle of the bands on Friday, with dueling government and opposition pop concerts ahead of a weekend showdown over the entry of badly needed food and medical aid. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)LUIS ROBAYO/AFP/Getty Images ** OUTS - ELSENT, FPG, CM - OUTS * NM, PH, VA if sourced by CT, LA or MoD ** (LUIS ROBAYO / AFP/Getty Images)
TOPSHOT - A woman hold a poster as she walks to the place where “Venezuela Aid Live” concert will be held at Tienditas International Bridge in Cucuta, Colombia, on February 22, 2019. - The concert was organized by British billionaire Richard Branson to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort. Venezuela’s political tug-of-war morphs into a battle of the bands on Friday, with dueling government and opposition pop concerts ahead of a weekend showdown over the entry of badly needed food and medical aid. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)LUIS ROBAYO/AFP/Getty Images ** OUTS - ELSENT, FPG, CM - OUTS * NM, PH, VA if sourced by CT, LA or MoD ** (LUIS ROBAYO / AFP/Getty Images)
Mexico’s Paulina Rubio performs during the Venezuela Aid Live concert on the Colombian side of of Tienditas International Bridge near Cucuta, Colombia, on the border with Venezuela, Friday, Feb. 22, 2019. Venezuela’s power struggle is set to become a battle of the bands Friday when musicians demanding President Nicolas Maduro allow in humanitarian aid and those supporting his refusal sing in rival concerts being held at both sides of a border bridge where tons of donated food and medicine are stored. (AP Photo/Fernando Vergara) (Fernando Vergara / AP)
People arrive at the place where “Venezuela Aid Live” concert will be held at Tienditas International Bridge in Cucuta, Colombia, on February 22, 2019. - The concert was organized by British billionaire Richard Branson to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort. Venezuela’s political tug-of-war morphs into a battle of the bands on Friday, with dueling government and opposition pop concerts ahead of a weekend showdown over the entry of badly needed food and medical aid. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)LUIS ROBAYO/AFP/Getty Images ** OUTS - ELSENT, FPG, CM - OUTS * NM, PH, VA if sourced by CT, LA or MoD ** (LUIS ROBAYO / AFP/Getty Images)
People walk towards the place where “Venezuela Aid Live” concert will be held at Tienditas International Bridge in Cucuta, Colombia, on February 22, 2019. - The concert was organized by British billionaire Richard Branson to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort. Venezuela’s political tug-of-war morphs into a battle of the bands on Friday, with dueling government and opposition pop concerts ahead of a weekend showdown over the entry of badly needed food and medical aid. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)LUIS ROBAYO/AFP/Getty Images ** OUTS - ELSENT, FPG, CM - OUTS * NM, PH, VA if sourced by CT, LA or MoD ** (LUIS ROBAYO / AFP/Getty Images)
Colombia singer Geovanny Ayala performs during the Venezuela Aid Live concert on the Colombian side of Tienditas International Bridge on the outskirts of Cucuta, Colombia, on the border with Venezuela, Friday, Feb. 22, 2019. Venezuela’s power struggle is set to convert into a battle of the bands Friday when musicians demanding that President Nicolas Maduro allow in humanitarian aid and those supporting the embattled leader’s refusal sing in rival concerts being held at both sides of a border bridge where tons of donated food and medicine are being stored. (AP Photo/Fernando Vergara) (Fernando Vergara / AP)
People wait for the start of “Venezuela Aid Live” concert, organized by British billionaire Richard Branson to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort at Tienditas International Bridge in Cucuta, Colombia, on February 22, 2019 - The concert was organized by British billionaire Richard Branson to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort. Venezuela’s political tug-of-war morphs into a battle of the bands on Friday, with dueling government and opposition pop concerts ahead of a weekend showdown over the entry of badly needed food and medical aid. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)LUIS ROBAYO/AFP/Getty Images ** OUTS - ELSENT, FPG, CM - OUTS * NM, PH, VA if sourced by CT, LA or MoD ** (LUIS ROBAYO / AFP/Getty Images)
A man wears an anti-Maduro cap as he walks to the place where “Venezuela Aid Live” concert will be held at Tienditas International Bridge in Cucuta, Colombia, on February 22, 2019. - The concert was organized by British billionaire Richard Branson to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort. Venezuela’s political tug-of-war morphs into a battle of the bands on Friday, with dueling government and opposition pop concerts ahead of a weekend showdown over the entry of badly needed food and medical aid. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)LUIS ROBAYO/AFP/Getty Images ** OUTS - ELSENT, FPG, CM - OUTS * NM, PH, VA if sourced by CT, LA or MoD ** (LUIS ROBAYO / AFP/Getty Images)
People wait for the start of “Venezuela Aid Live” concert, organized by British billionaire Richard Branson to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort at Tienditas International Bridge in Cucuta, Colombia, on February 22, 2019. - Venezuela’s political tug-of-war morphs into a battle of the bands on Friday, with dueling government and opposition pop concerts ahead of a weekend showdown over the entry of badly needed food and medical aid. (Photo by RAUL ARBOLEDA / AFP)RAUL ARBOLEDA/AFP/Getty Images ** OUTS - ELSENT, FPG, CM - OUTS * NM, PH, VA if sourced by CT, LA or MoD ** (RAUL ARBOLEDA / AFP/Getty Images)
Concert goers unfurl a large Venezuelan flag during the Venezuela Aid Live concert on the Colombian side of Tienditas International Bridge near Cucuta, Colombia, on the border with Venezuela, Friday, Feb. 22, 2019. Venezuela’s power struggle is set to become a battle of the bands Friday when musicians demanding President Nicolas Maduro allow in humanitarian aid and those supporting his refusal sing in rival concerts being held at both sides of a border bridge where tons of donated food and medicine are stored. (AP Photo/Fernando Vergara) (Fernando Vergara / AP)
Venezuelan crooner Jose Luis Rodriguez, known as El Puma, sings during the Venezuela Aid Live concert on the Colombian side of the Tienditas International Bridge near Cucuta, Colombia, on the border with Venezuela Friday, Feb. 22, 2019. Venezuela’s power struggle is set to become a battle of the bands Friday when musicians demanding President Nicolas Maduro allow in humanitarian aid and those supporting his refusal sing in rival concerts being held at both sides of a border bridge where tons of donated food and medicine are stored. (AP Photo/Fernando Vergara) (Fernando Vergara / AP)
Fans wave Venezuelan and United States flags during the Venezuela Aid Live concert on the Colombian side of the Tienditas International Bridge near Cucuta, Colombia, on the border with Venezuela Friday, Feb. 22, 2019. Venezuela’s power struggle is set to become a battle of the bands Friday when musicians demanding President Nicolas Maduro allow in humanitarian aid and those supporting his refusal sing in rival concerts being held at both sides of a border bridge where tons of donated food and medicine are stored. (AP Photo/Fernando Vergara) (Fernando Vergara / AP)
A man with his face painted with Venezuela’s national colours, attends the “Venezuela Aid Live” concert, organized to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort at Tienditas International Bridge in Cucuta, Colombia, on February 22, 2019. - Thousands of people, many waving Venezuelan flags, streamed into a concert site on the Venezuela-Colombia border Friday for an international charity concert to push for humanitarian aid deliveries in defiance of a blockade by the government of President Nicolas Maduro. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)LUIS ROBAYO/AFP/Getty Images ** OUTS - ELSENT, FPG, CM - OUTS * NM, PH, VA if sourced by CT, LA or MoD ** (LUIS ROBAYO / AFP/Getty Images)
People wait for the start of “Venezuela Aid Live” concert, organized by British billionaire Richard Branson to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort at Tienditas International Bridge in Cucuta, Colombia, on February 22, 2019 - The concert was organized by British billionaire Richard Branson to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort. Venezuela’s political tug-of-war morphs into a battle of the bands on Friday, with dueling government and opposition pop concerts ahead of a weekend showdown over the entry of badly needed food and medical aid. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)LUIS ROBAYO/AFP/Getty Images ** OUTS - ELSENT, FPG, CM - OUTS * NM, PH, VA if sourced by CT, LA or MoD ** (LUIS ROBAYO / AFP/Getty Images)
People attend “Venezuela Aid Live” concert, organized to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort at Tienditas International Bridge in Cucuta, Colombia, on February 22, 2019. - Venezuela’s political tug-of-war morphs into a battle of the bands on Friday, with dueling government and opposition pop concerts ahead of a weekend showdown over the entry of badly needed food and medical aid. (Photo by RAUL ARBOLEDA / AFP)RAUL ARBOLEDA/AFP/Getty Images ** OUTS - ELSENT, FPG, CM - OUTS * NM, PH, VA if sourced by CT, LA or MoD ** (RAUL ARBOLEDA / AFP/Getty Images)
A woman holds the Venezuelan and US flags as she waits for the start of “Venezuela Aid Live” concert, organized by British billionaire Richard Branson to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort at Tienditas International Bridge in Cucuta, Colombia, on February 22, 2019 - The concert was organized by British billionaire Richard Branson to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort. Venezuela’s political tug-of-war morphs into a battle of the bands on Friday, with dueling government and opposition pop concerts ahead of a weekend showdown over the entry of badly needed food and medical aid. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)LUIS ROBAYO/AFP/Getty Images ** OUTS - ELSENT, FPG, CM - OUTS * NM, PH, VA if sourced by CT, LA or MoD ** (LUIS ROBAYO / AFP/Getty Images)
Venezuelan singer “Chyno” performs during “Venezuela Aid Live” concert, organized to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort at Tienditas International Bridge in Cucuta, Colombia, on February 22, 2019. - Thousands of people, many waving Venezuelan flags, streamed into a concert site on the Venezuela-Colombia border Friday for an international charity concert to push for humanitarian aid deliveries in defiance of a blockade by the government of President Nicolas Maduro. (Photo by RAUL ARBOLEDA / AFP)RAUL ARBOLEDA/AFP/Getty Images ** OUTS - ELSENT, FPG, CM - OUTS * NM, PH, VA if sourced by CT, LA or MoD ** (RAUL ARBOLEDA / AFP/Getty Images)
Venezuelan singer “Chyno” flashes the V-sign during his performance at “Venezuela Aid Live” concert, organized to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort at Tienditas International Bridge in Cucuta, Colombia, on February 22, 2019. - Thousands of people, many waving Venezuelan flags, streamed into a concert site on the Venezuela-Colombia border Friday for an international charity concert to push for humanitarian aid deliveries in defiance of a blockade by the government of President Nicolas Maduro. (Photo by RAUL ARBOLEDA / AFP)RAUL ARBOLEDA/AFP/Getty Images ** OUTS - ELSENT, FPG, CM - OUTS * NM, PH, VA if sourced by CT, LA or MoD ** (RAUL ARBOLEDA / AFP/Getty Images)
TOPSHOT - People wait for the start of “Venezuela Aid Live” concert, organized by British billionaire Richard Branson to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort at Tienditas International Bridge in Cucuta, Colombia, on February 22, 2019. - Venezuela’s political tug-of-war morphs into a battle of the bands on Friday, with dueling government and opposition pop concerts ahead of a weekend showdown over the entry of badly needed food and medical aid. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)LUIS ROBAYO/AFP/Getty Images ** OUTS - ELSENT, FPG, CM - OUTS * NM, PH, VA if sourced by CT, LA or MoD ** (LUIS ROBAYO / AFP/Getty Images)
People wait for the start of “Venezuela Aid Live” concert, organized by British billionaire Richard Branson to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort at Tienditas International Bridge in Cucuta, Colombia, on February 22, 2019. - Venezuela’s political tug-of-war morphs into a battle of the bands on Friday, with dueling government and opposition pop concerts ahead of a weekend showdown over the entry of badly needed food and medical aid. (Photo by RAUL ARBOLEDA / AFP)RAUL ARBOLEDA/AFP/Getty Images ** OUTS - ELSENT, FPG, CM - OUTS * NM, PH, VA if sourced by CT, LA or MoD ** (RAUL ARBOLEDA / AFP/Getty Images)
A man wears an anti-Maduro tshirt People as he walks to the place where “Venezuela Aid Live” concert will be held at Tienditas International Bridge in Cucuta, Colombia, on February 22, 2019. - The concert was organized by British billionaire Richard Branson to raise money for the Venezuelan relief effort. Venezuela’s political tug-of-war morphs into a battle of the bands on Friday, with dueling government and opposition pop concerts ahead of a weekend showdown over the entry of badly needed food and medical aid. (Photo by Luis ROBAYO / AFP)LUIS ROBAYO/AFP/Getty Images ** OUTS - ELSENT, FPG, CM - OUTS * NM, PH, VA if sourced by CT, LA or MoD ** (LUIS ROBAYO / AFP/Getty Images)
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