This October, be sure to tune into Billboard’s Latin Music Week En Vivo concert series. Viewers can enjoy performances and appearances by big names in Latin music, such as Fonseca, Myke Towers, Maluma and more!
Billboard’s Latin Music Week
Running from October 2-6, Billboard Music’s Latin Music Week is an annual event that celebrates the vibrant world of Latin music, bringing together artists, industry professionals and fans. The week-long extravaganza features panels, workshops and networking opportunities in the Latin music industry. One of the highlights of the event is the En Vivo Concert Series, where top Latin artists take the stage to deliver highly anticipated performances. These concerts showcase the diversity of Latin music genres, from reggaeton to salsa, providing a unique experience for music fans around the world.
Fans interested in diving into the Latin Music Week experience can purchase tickets online. There are two available ticket options: a GA pass and an Insider Pass. Both give access to all En Vivo concert performances, plus access to all panels and workshops featuring top artists and industry executives in Latin Music.
Billboard’s En Vivo Concert Series
Kicking off the concert series are Columbian-based artists Greeicy and Mike Bahía at the Faena Theater. Argentinian singer and songwriter Nathy Peluso took the stage on October 3rd alongside Puerto Rican artist Young Miko. On the same day, Peso Pluma put on an intimate performance at the Faena starting at 8pm. And this is only scratching the surface of concert week!
An especially exciting event is taking place on Friday, October 6th. First, Puerto Rican artist Myke Towers (see left) will be performing at Wynwood Marketplace. And it’s free! The caveat? It is open to the public on a first come, first serve basis with a very limited capacity. Finally, Columbian icon Fonseca will close out the En Vivo concert series Friday night. These are only a few names making an appearance during Latin Music Week, but they sure pack a punch!
As if the Billboard festivities aren’t enough, the series comes at an eventful time of year. Set during Hispanic Heritage Month, it will also take place at the same time as the Billboard Latin Music Awards and only a week after PBS’s Hispanic Heritage Awards. After a successful run in 2022, we just know that this year’s Latin Music Week will be one for the books.