iHeartRadio took its Fiesta Latina to Miami for the first time on Nov. 7. We asked artists like Prince Royce (pictured), Wisin, Natalia Jimenez, Roselyn Sanchez, Camila, Marco Antonio Solís, Fonseca and more to visit us at our very cool, jungle-themed photo lounge backstage at the American Airlines Arena.
Becky G, who hit the Fiesta Latina stage, is just about everywhere lately, including the set of Empire.
Singer/actress Roselyn Sanchez made a Miami stop prior to her gig hosting the Latin Grammys in two weeks.
Actress Diane Guerrero, who plays Maritza Ramos on Orange Is the New Black, was a presenter at the fest.
Voz de Mando
A member of regional Mexican quintet Voz de Mando visits our
Rapper Wisin performed his hit "Adrenalina" with pal Jennifer Lopez.
Baby Rasta and Gringo
Reggaeton duo Baby Rasta and Gringo strike a pose.
Up-and-comer Sofia Reyes performed at the Fiesta Latina pre-party.
Ismael Cano Jr. of rising boy band Los 5 has his close-up moment.
Los 5 members, including Juan Pablo, sing in Englsih and Spanish.
TOmas Slemenson of Los 5 works it for the camera. The group performed at the Fiesta Latina pre-party.
Spanish newcomer Alvaro Soler has been mentored by Jennifer Lopez, with whom he sings a bilingual version of his hit "Bajo el mismo sol."
Akon hangs out backstage at the American Airlines Arena.
Natalia Jimenez gets pensive backstage, but belted out a rousing set onstage.
Mario Domm of Camila
Singer-songwriter Mario Domm, one half of popular romantic Mexican duo Camila, smolders for the camera.
Pablo Hurtado of Camila
Guitarist Pablo Hurtado is the other half of Camila.
Jackie Cruz, who plays Flaca in Orange Is the New Black, also sings and recently premiered her new music video on Billboard.
Marco Antonio Solis
Marco Antonio Solis was happy to see his touring buddies from Camila. He'll soon release two new singles.
Colombian singer/songwriter Fonseca is in the midst of promoting his new album, Conexión, featuring duets with Juanes and Victor Manuelle.
Voz de Mando
Voz de Mando brought the regional Mexican touch to Fiesta Latina.