Others booked to perform on the night include Fifth Harmony, Yandel, Charlie Zaa, OMI, Maluma, Jencarlos Canela, Ivy Queen, Farruko, Tito el Bambino, Tego Calderon, Elvis Crespo, Willie Colon, Domingo Quinonez, Willy Chirino, Jerry Rivera, La India, Wilfrido Vargas and Alex Sensation.
“Grand Slam Latino” is the newest show in the roster of concerts produced by SBS Entertainment, the live entertainment division of radio and TV network SBS. Other SBS shows include Megaton at Madison Square Garden and urban show Calibash in Los Angeles.
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Grand Slam, however, will be bigger than both of those, both in venue capacity and in number of top performers.
“This will be the most impressive concert produced in Miami, the capital of Latin America,” said Lucas Piña, SVP of SBS Entertainment.
Tickets are available on tickets.com with prices ranging from $39 to $155 for VIP seats and $325 for VIP black seats.