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Chayanne Ends Desde El Alma U.S. Tour in Miami: 4 Things You Need to Know About His Show

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Chayanne is seen performing on stage during the 'Desde El Alma Tour 2018' concert at the AmericanAirlines Arena on Oct. 14, 2018 in Miami. 

Chayanne's Desde El Alma tour came to an end on Sunday in Miami after visiting 14 cities across the United States. But for the Puerto Rican superstar, this finale also represents the beginning of his extensive international tour that will be going for another year and a half.

Chayanne is known for being very romantic and flirtatious onstage. And this tour -- produced by Cárdenas Marketing Network -- presented a two and a half hour show that takes everybody on a journey through great hits such as “Tiempo de Vals,” “Humanos A Marte,” “Choka, Choka,” “Y Tu Te Vas,” “Y Que Me Has Hecho,” “Fiesta en America” and “Provocame,” among others.

What else can you find at the Puerto Rican superstar's concert? Below, find four things you should know about Chayanne's concerts:

You are going to dance and sing all night

The mix of energy from Chayanne's songs will make you feel all kinds of emotions.

 

@chayanne performing in Miami!

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Chayanne’s entrance to the stage is exciting

When the music starts and the white curtain goes down, that means get ready for a fun night.

 

The opening @chayanne in Miami!

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Fans can also surprise Chayanne

The audience turned on their cell phone lights making the arena seemed to be a sky full of stars.

 

#desdeelalmatour2018 #chayanne #miami #americanairlinesarena

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Chayanne leaves his soul onstage

Even if the concert is over, you will want to stay in your seat and listen to more of Chayanne.

 

#chayanne

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