WATCH: Feid Brings His FERXXOCALIPSIS to the Copa América 2024 Opening Ceremony

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Feid reached a major milestone on national television yesterday (June 20). The Colombian superstar took his FERXXOCALIPSIS to the Copa América 2024’s opening ceremony before the tournament’s first soccer match.

Although the broadcast performance had significant technical issues, Feid’s fans are able to check out the spectacle online. The Colombian singer sang “LUNA” in the center stage, surrounded by his signature vibrant green-colored flags, drums, and soccer balls, adding a marching band touch and overall fútbol aesthetic to one of his most popular songs to date.

Fans are excited about his performance. An X user wrote: “The sick man Feid sang his best song of this year starting with drums, brought out flags and played with the ball in the middle of the show, his presentation in this event could not have been more successful.”

Other fans think he should’ve sung a different song. An X user commented: “I do not criticize that feid has opened the Copa America but why sing Luna in an event of that magnitude? It is one of his best songs, but he would have sung another morrr, an alakran maybe.”

Once the performance was over, Feid made his way to his scheduled FERXXOCALIPSIS Tour concert in Washington D.C. Earlier this week, he announced Ryan Castro as the show’s opener, giving him more time to travel from the tournament’s stadium in Atlanta, GA, to Washington, DC. Today (June 21), he wrote: “I thank you from the bottom of my heart for understanding, enjoying Ryan’s show, and for always being here for me MIL MIL MIL MIL GRACIAS MOR.”

The Copa América 2024 continues today (June 21) at 5 p.m. PST with Peru against Chile. Fans can watch the Copa América 2024 via FOX Sports (FOX, Fox Sports 1, Fox Sports 2, and the Fox Sports app) in English. For the Spanish-language broadcast, fans can watch the tournament via Univision, TUDN, and other channels owned by TelevisaUnivision, including ViX and UniMas.

For more information, visit the tournament’s official website.