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Juan Luis Guerra celebrates Miami success

Latin star Guerra broke his own attendance record on Saturday, playing to 13,000 at the American Airlines Arena

By Jon Chapple on 11 Oct 2019

Juan Luis Guerra (centre) with Nelson Albareda, CEO of promoter Loud & Live (left), and SVP ent Edgar Martinez

Guerra (centre) with Nelson Albareda, CEO of promoter Loud & Live (left), and SVP ent Edgar Martinez


image © Greg Watermann

Grammy- and Latin Grammy-winning artist Juan Luis Guerra broke his own attendance record on Saturday 5 October at American Airlines Arena in Miami, Florida.

Part of Guerra’s national Literal tour, the show played to a sold-out of arena of more than 13,000 fans, and included special appearances from contemporary Latin stars Juanes and Monsieur Periné.

Remaining stops on the Literal tour include Los Angeles (20 October), Washington DC (25 Oct) and Orlando, Florida (27 Oct).

Dominican Republic-born Juan Luis Guerra has won two Grammy Awards and 21 Latin Grammys, and sold more than 70 million records worldwide.

The Literal tour is promoted by Loud and Live, which launched a JV with leading Latin American promoter Move Concerts earlier this week.

 


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