Prince Royce Performs the Hits, Honors Selena at Rodeo Houston

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Prince Royce performs at the Houston Rodeo at the NRG Stadium on Feb. 26, 2019 in Houston, Texas.

Prince Royce was the first-ever tropical artist to perform at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo concert, which took place at the NRG Stadium on Tuesday night (Feb. 26).

Royce's performance included the songs "Darte Un Beso," "Stand By Me," "Corazón Sin Cara," "La Carretera," "Soy El Mismo," "Back It Up," "Adicto," "El Clavo" and "Bubalú," taking his fans from danceable bachata to the most popular urban sounds in both English and Spanish. Royce was also accompanied by an eight-piece live band.

The highlight of the night happened when Royce performed Selena Quintanilla’s "No Me Queda Más," a tribute made even more meaningful, as last night marked the 24th anniversary of Selena's performance at the Houston Rodeo, the last concert of her life (February 26, 1995).

The Houston Rodeo began in January of 1931 and the first show was held in April of 1932. It is considered to be the city's signature event. 

Check out photos of Prince Royce's performance below.

 
 

 


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