Draco Rosa Brings His Monte Sagrado Tour to Miami: Concert Recap

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Draco Rosa performs in his concert "Lo Maldito" at Coliseo Jose M. Agrelot on Sept. 2, 2017 in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

After changing the date two times, Draco Rosa's Monte Sagrado tour finally made its stop at the Fillmore Miami Beach on Saturday night. Rosa offered a show that left the attendees eager to listen to more of his music.

Shortly before 9 p.m. ET, the theater lights went out and Rosa entered the stage accompanied by four musicians and his guitar. He started the show with "Monte Sagrado."

After the opening song, Rosa performed “333,” “Lie” and “Mis Amigos.” The quality of the sound was perfect, as well as his voice. During the two-hour show, the ex-Menudo singer included hits like “Mas y Mas,” “Vagabundo,” “Penelope,” “Brujeria,” “Esto Es Vida” and “Delirios.”

The show was very simple, with no visual tricks. It was Rosa in front of a black curtain with a drummer, a bassist, keyboard and guitarist. The Puerto Rican singer was dressed in white, with a white hat and his long hair loose.

In his concert, Draco Rosa makes it clear that he is full of life and that his fight against cancer hasn't stopped him from entertaining his fans. Simplicity is what makes Draco Rosa stand out. He only spoke three times all night and the music never stopped.

The Monte Sagrado tour will continue in Georgia, Texas and California.