The arrival of Dua Lipa to Argentina for their concerts in Buenos Aires as part of the ‘Future Nostalgia Tour’, generated expectation among her fans who followed the artist’s passage through the South American country through Twittersocial network that becomes the point of conversation for people in Internet.
On this occasion, the two shows of the 27-year-old London artist at the Argentine Polo Field, they were lived not only among the attendees but also with their fans on the social network.
A measurement of Twitter about the dates of the concerts resulted in the following information:
The most retweeted tweets
According to Twitter, since Dua Lipa’s arrival in the country, her fans witnessed her tour of Buenos Aires and their performances on stage. The information presented by the platform indicates that 1 out of every 2 tweets presented some type of audiovisual material that represented those moments.
The most retweeted tweets were issued by the singerfans who had the fortune to see her up close during her stay in the city and by those attending her concerts.
A user named Agustina had the opportunity to see the artist during a tour of the Recoleta Cemeteryresting place of the remains of well-known personalities in the country’s history, such as Eva Perón and Eva Duarte, whom he went to visit.
Also, as part of his tour of Buenos Airesalso visited a bookstore.
Finally, the singer’s fan account, called “dualipanoticia”, presented a fragment of Dua Lipa’s presentation in which she interpreted Pretty Pleaseone of his best known songs.
The top 5 most used hashtags
On Twitter, hashtags (#) are important to keep abreast of news regarding a topic of conversation and in the case of Dua Lipa it was no exception. #FutureNostalgiaTour was the most used of all to group the great mass of tweets produced during those days.
Also, clearly, #DuaLipa was the second most used option by the singer’s fans, followed by #DuaLipaArgentina, #FNTourBuenosAires, and #FutureNostalgiaTourArgentina.
How to create content on Twitter
Sometimes 280 characters are not enough for Twitter users, so they decide to start a series of tweets, one after another, to generate a ‘thread’.
To start creating a thread on twitter, users must click the Tweet button as if they were going to create a single tweet from within the app. Then, once finished, they can click the add icon (+) that appears highlighted at the bottom, to add more Tweets without the previous ones being published.
Finally, when all the tweets in the thread are written, the Tweet button will allow you to publish the entire thread directly, without the need to create a tweet at a time.
Twitter also has options to be able to publish audiovisual content. Users can attach a video of up to 2 minutes and 20 seconds in a tweet, either recorded on the spot or one that is in the gallery of the camera. GIFs are also viable options and the social network has a quick access button to find the most suitable one.
The live broadcasts they are presented as an option for those people who want to share more in real time.