Eladio Carrión’s Hosting a Festival – Here’s What We Know

Lead Photo: Photo by Santiago Arenovski.
Photo by Santiago Arenovski.
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As Eladio Carrión is gearing up to release his next album, the Puerto Rican rapper is also plotting his first music festival. Today (Mar. 14), he announced the details about his upcoming Sauce Boyz Fest in Puerto Rico.

This Friday, Carrión will release one of the biggest Latine rap albums of the year with 3MEN2KBRN. Last week, he teased the LP with the remix of “Mbappe” featuring Future. He recently revealed the album’s full tracklist and there are even more U.S. hip-hop stars on it. Lil Wayne will join Carrión on the “Gladiator” remix, while 50 Cent will feature on “Si Salimos.” Migos’ Quavo will team up with Carrión, Rich The Kid, and Ñengo Flow for the song “Peso A Peso.”

In May, Carrión will be hosting the Sauce Boyz Fest in Puerto Rico. The festival will first touch down in Cervecera de Puerto Rico on May 18. On May 20, the festival will take over Estadio Sixto Escobar in San Juan. Carrión will be the headliner of the event, and he promised a line-up that will feature international stars. He will also perform music from his 3MEN2KBRN album, so hopefully, a few of his collaborators will be joining him. 

General tickets for Sauce Boyz Fest will go on sale on Friday, Mar. 17, at 10 a.m. on Pre-sale tickets will be available starting Wednesday, Mar. 15, at 12 p.m. 

Another big artist who could join Carrión at Sauce Boyz Fest is Bad Bunny. In 2020, they first teamed up for the hit song “Kemba Walker.” Carrión and Benito will be joining forces once again for the new track “Coco Chanel” on the 3MEN2KBRN album. Both artists will also be performing at the Coachella music festival next month. Following both Coachella weekends, Carrión will kick off his Sauce USA Tour in May.