Madonna’s daughter Lourdes Leon performed a live show at a festival in Spain last weekend – check out the footage below.
The 26-year-old musician, dancer and model, Madonna’s eldest daughter, performed at the Brava Madrid Music Festival at IFEMA on Saturday (September 23) under her stage name Lolahol.
According to reports, the slot was the singer’s first big appearance. She led two other dancers in a song and dance routine and was accompanied by a DJ at the event. Since then, pictures of fans of the show have surfaced online.
A clip shows Lolahol performing her debut single ‘Lock & Key’ from 2022, which appears on her EP ‘Go’. Among other things, she also played ‘Not Pussy’. Below you can see a selection of fan clips.
During an interview with Vogue Spain before the festival, Leon said that his current show aims to “embrace the experience of the dance world that comes to you when you are at a party and immerse yourself in the clubbing culture” (via People).
Esta tarde he visto a la hija de Madonna, en el Brava, bajo su nombre artístico “Lolahol”. pic.twitter.com/aYKGtJCtPS
— Eric El Sueco 🇸🇪 (@EricelSueco) September 23, 2023
“That’s what I want to put on stage,” she continued. “My dancers and I try to create a joyful atmosphere through choreography and accompanying music, so that the performance is relaxed and also cool.”
Leon is the daughter of Madonna and Carlos Leon, the latter was with the Queen of Pop in the 90s. They broke up in 1997.
Speaking to Vogue in 2021, Leon explained, “People think I’m a rich, talentless kid who’s been given everything, but I’m not.” She went on to tell the publication that she had funded her own college.
Meanwhile, Madonna will begin the UK and European leg of her ‘Celebration Tour’ next month. She will then begin her rescheduled dates in North America in December. All remaining tickets can be found here (UK) and here (North America).
The star recently thanked Pepsi for “finally” airing the banned ad she starred in more than three decades ago. “Artists are here to disturb the peace,” Madonna wrote online, referring to the past controversy surrounding the “Like A Prayer” video.