The 33rd annual Premio Lo Nuestro featured more than 20 performances during its three-hour show, which took place on Feb. 18 live from Miami’s AmericanAirlines Arena.
Armando Manzanero Tribute
The show opened with heartfelt performance celebrating the music of Armando Manzanero by Lila Downs, Alejandra Guzmán and Yuri, who was also one of the main hosts. The three performed a medley of some of Manzanero’s most iconic songs such as “Voy a Apagar La Luz,” “Te Extraño,” and “Adoro,” while the virtuoso Arthur Hanlon played the piano.
The Colombian star premiered “Agua de Jamaica” and “La Burbuja” from his recently launched album #7DJ: 7 Días en Jamaica. He also performed his hit “Hawái.”
Johnny Pacheco Tribute
The tribute by Gilberto Santa Rosa, along salsa star José Alberto “El Canario,” Sergio George and flautist Néstor Torres, featured salsa classics “Mi Gente” and “Quítate Tu.”
Daddy Yankee & Marc Anthony
Daddy Yankee and Marc Anthony performed their salsa hit “De Vuelta Pa’ La Vuelta” for the very first time together on stage alongside acclaimed producer Sergio George.
Wisin’s Premio a la Excelencia
Reggaeton star Wisin was honored by Jhay Cortez, Rauw Alejandro and Zion & Lennox, with a surprise participation by Carlos Vives. The artists performed Wisin’s popular songs “Fiel,” “Mayor Que Yo,” “Vacaciones” and “Nota de Amor.”
Gloria Trevi’s Premio a la Trayectoria
Mexican pop star Gloria Trevi took the stage to perform a medley of “Pelo Suelto,” “Cinco Minutos,” “Todos Me Miran,” “Grande,” and “Gloria.” The queen of reggaeton Ivy Queen joined Trevi came on stage to celebrate the recipient of the special award and to perform “Todos Me Miran.”
Los Ángeles Azules Premio al Legado Musical
The Mexican cumbia band celebrated on stage performing their classics “El Liston De Tu Pelo,” “Mis Sentimientos,” and “Como Te Voy a Olvidar,” in a crossover number that featured Chiquis, Kinky and Gloria Trevi.
Selena Gomez & Rauw Alejandro
Selena Gomez made her Premio Lo Nuestro debut with a remote, pre-taped performance of her song “Baila Conmigo,” along with Rauw Alejandro.
Luis Fonsi & Rauw Alejandro
Fonsi premiered his newest single “Vacío,” alongside Rauw Alejandro.
CNCO performed “Tan Enamorados” with balladeer Ricardo Montaner. The boy band also performed “Un Beso,” “Entra En Mi Vida,” and “Dejaría Todo,” from their new album Déjà Vu.
Ozuna & Anuel AA
Anuel and Ozuna closed the night with a special performance of “RD” and “Antes” from their most recent production Los Dioses.
Victor Manuelle & La India
Victor Manuelle and La India premiered “Víctimas Las Dos,” which marks the salsa singer’s first-ever collaboration.
Montaner Family + Camilo
As part of the celebration of hope and resilience, the Montaner family (Evaluna, Mau y Ricky, and Ricardo Montaner), joined by singer-songwriter Camilo, performed their anthem “Amén.”
Camilo & El Alfa
The Colombian singer-songwriter and rising star El Alfa, took the stage to perform their bachata collaboration “Bebé.
Natti Natasha & Prince Royce
Prince Royce and Natti Natasha performed their newest single “Antes Que Salga El Sol.” During the performance, Natti announced her pregnancy, showing off her baby bump for the first time.
Carlos Rivera & Maluma
Carlos Rivera and Maluma serenaded fans with their new song “100 Años,” accompanied by a live mariachi ensemble.
Chesca & Grupo Firme
Regional Mexican band Grupo Firme and rising artist Chesca hit the stage to perform the empowering anthem “El Cambio.”
Joss Favela & Jessi Uribe
Joss Favela and rising star Jessi Uribe, performed their hit collaboration “El Alumno.”
The reggaeton singer-songwriter performed a medley of his songs “Jeans” and “Pam.”
Zion & Lennox & El Alfa
Reggaeton legendary duo Zion & Lennox performed their track “Gota Gota” with rising star El Alfa.