Special Screening


Wednesday, November 13 at 6:45PM

Shakira is a mother. She is a lover. She is a she wolf. And at New York’s Madison Square Garden, she asserted her rank as an international pop goddess.

Over the course of nearly three decades, Colombia’s reigning Queen of Pop has evolved into the ultimate cross-cultural chameleon. She shredded through the Nineties as her country’s premier rock star; cracked the American market in 2001 with her globetrotting pop jaunt Laundry Service; became a household name with her hip-shaking Oral Fixation series; worked a stint as a coach on NBC’s The Voice, and even played herself as a singing gazelle in the 2016 animated film Zootopia. Her Grammy-winning album, 2017’s El Dorado, sees her flirting with more urban sounds, crafting Hot 100 earworms from reggaeton, bachata and Latin trap alongside the likes of Carlos Vives, Maluma, Nicky Jam and Prince Royce.