A little salsa, some reggaeton and a whole lot of dancing to add to your 2019 plans.
Posted on Jan 10, 2019 By Diana Alvarez
The five-time Latin Grammy Award winner is making Valentine's Day plans easy with a show at the American Airlines Center. We won't spoil it, but a sneak peek at the setlist from other stops told us he's playing favorites like "Tu Amor Me Hace Bien" and "Flor Pálida."
The Spanish crooner takes the stage at Toyota Music Factory for a night featuring his top hits spanning an impressive 50-year career.
Just in time for Spring Break, the Venezuelan salsa star makes his way to Dallas. D'Leon is playing at the House of Blues, so an intimate performance is definitely in store.
Camila and Sin Bandera
The two bands share the stage at the Theatre at Grand Prairie for a night of Latin pop and rock.
With collaborations with Cardi B, Marc Anthony, J Balvin and Drake – to name a few – on the charts in the past year, the Puerto Rican artist had a busy year in 2018. The new year brings him to the American Airlines Center soon after the release of his surprise debut album.
Los Angeles Azules
It's cumbia time with this showstopping performance from one of Mexico's slickest dance bands. The family band, comprised of the six Avante Mejia siblings, brings their latest performance to Toyota Music Factory.
Wisin & Yandel
The Puerto Rican reggaetón duo – the first and only to win a Grammy – are hitting the road to promote their 10th album "Reggaetón en lo Oscuro." See them at The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory.
Marco Antonio Solis
El Buki takes the American Airlines Center by storm with his return to U.S. touring. This Dallas stop – one of three in Texas and 19 overall – celebrates more than 40 years in music for the Los Bukis founder.
Photo Credit:Roman Pena of Rap Photo Company