Ha*Ash, Rio Roma & More Latin Stars Pay Tribute to Vicente Fernandez Ahead of His Final Concert

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Vicente Fernandez performs at AmericanAirlines Arena on Oct. 10, 2010 in Miami.

Mexican music legend Vicente Fernández will be playing his last concert on Saturday in the iconic Estadio Azteca in Mexico City.

Vicente Fernandez Prepares to Take the Stage for His Final Shows & Tour

The "El Rey" singer will close a successful music career of more than 50 years with this free concert as a thank you to his fans for all the support. 

Just days before the concert, considered to be the end of an era, Latin music stars such as Ha*Ash, Río Roma, Dulce María, Alejandro Fernández and Belanova are paying tribute to the 76-year old singer using the hashtag #ChenteSigueSiendoElRey (Vicente will always be the king). 

"Goodbye to one of the greatest, your music will remain in everyone's hearts," wrote the Mexican duo on Twitter. 

 Singer/songwriter Samo sang "El Rey" as part of the tribute. 

"Here with my dad a few years ago, learning from him and enjoying some food," wrote Alejandro. 

"God bless you, Vicente. You are a Mexican music legend to the world," wrote Mexican singer Edith Márquez.

Río Roma published: "Sending a big hug to our Vicente Fernández, who is and will always be the king."  

Belanova: "Sharing a tribute we did with a lot of love and respect to the great Vicente Fernández." 

The former RBD singer took to social media to say: "How will we ever forget you? You are an icon in music. Thank you for so much." 

Camila Fernández, granddaughter of Vicente, wrote: "I am the most proud granddaughter. I love you, Tata."  

The upcoming concert will conclude his goodbye tour, which started back in 2012 when he announced he'd be retiring from the stage. Fernández is known as a staple in the ranchera genre, interpreting songs like "Mujeres Divinas," "Hermoso Cariño," "Por Tu Maldito Amor," "Acá Entre Nos," "De Qué Manera Te Olvido," "Por Tu Maldito Amor" and "Volver, Volver," among many others. 

Camila will share the stage with her dad Alejandro Fernández for the first time during the 2016 Billboard Latin Music Awards, which will take place April 28. The "Me Dediqué a Perderte" singer will also be receiving the Billboard Hall of Fame Award during the ceremony, a special recognition given to artists who have achieved worldwide recognition for their work, transcending musical genres and languages. 

The Billboard Latin Music Conference takes place April 25-28. To register, please visit http://www.billboardevents.com/latin

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