â€¦ and it was great. Music unites people and can bring messages across that we journalists canâ€™t. But can somebody tell me why the dancefloor at Angeliqueâ€™s concert was divided (by a guarded fence) in a VIP area and in an area for the common people? I am sure Angelique did not want it halfway the concert she left the stage and came to the audience (picture, under the umbrella), illustrating her message that she believes that: â€œhuman beings in the basis are good.â€ Later on she invited the audience to come and dance with on the stage â€œBecause itâ€™s funâ€ (picture: Angelique is the one with the white short hair in the middle)
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