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Milan Latin Festival 2023: Anuel AA’s performance 

A successful edition

From June 30th to July 29th, the city of Milan, Italy, has been the capital of latin music. This year the annual Milan Latin Festival could count on some very special guests. Romeo Santos,  Anuel AA, J Balvin, Ozuna, Manuel Turizo and Nicky Jam are only a few of the artists who came from the other side of the hemisphere to perform on the stage of the Milan Latin Festival 2023. As Music Daily, we went to see Anuel AA’s performance, two days before the official end of 2023 edition. 

The Puerto Rican rapper is well known for successes like “Adicto,” “Hasta Que Dios Diga,” “Amanece” – besides the several featurings – and was the attraction of the 7/27 date.

For the occasion, fans came from all over Europe. There were also a lot of different latin communities (Cubans, Dominicans, Colombians, Peruvians, Argentinians and many others) who’re now established in Italy, but also second generation Italians with origins far from the country of beauty

Anuel started performing around 9pm with his most iconic song “Mas Rica Que Ayer.” He then stopped at the end of it to talk about his humble beginnings and the tough times trying to make it. It was very personal and it seemed very sincere and spontaneous. Then he went on singing some old works and stopped again… to collect the bras of his female fans. And I swear it was probably like 9/10 in a row. 

Bras aside, Anuel had a very good connection with his Milan fans interacting with them over and over during the show. An artist who sees the live dimension as a plus for his music (as it should be). 

The performance ended at 11pm, but not before the artist performed one of 2019 biggest drops, “China” feat. Daddy Yankee, KAROL G, J Balvin & Ozuna. And after 11pm? The answer is easy: it’s always time to dance. 

The after-show

In addition to the Ticketmaster arena, indeed, there were also 3 areas: plaza Cuba (salsa), plaza Santo Domingo (bachata and merengue) and plaza Urban (dembow and reggaeton). For fans of ethnic cuisine there was also an Argentinian restaurant and an area dedicated to tasting street food from various countries. 

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