EXCLUSIVE: Myke Towers, Young Miko & More To Perform at Billboard Latin Music Week’s En Vivo Concert Series

Lead Photo: Art by Stephany Torres for Remezcla.
Art by Stephany Torres for Remezcla.
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More details about the upcoming Billboard Latin Music Week have come out. Today (Aug. 30), Remezcla exclusively announces that the En Vivo concert series will feature Fonseca, Young Miko, and Myke Towers. Performances will also include Greeicy, Mike Bahía, and Nathy Peluso. The concert series will take place on Oct. 2 to 6 at Faena Forum in Miami, FL.

Here’s the rundown. Billboard Latin Music Week’s En Vivo starts on Monday (Oct. 2) with performances by Greeicy and Mike Bahía. Presented by Michelob ULTRA, the two Colombian artists will perform at the Faena Theater. Only Billboard Latin Music Week pass holders (21 years and older) are allowed to participate in this intimate show. On the same day, the Official Billboard Latin Music Week Kickoff Party, presented by AP Global Music, will also take place, featuring artists like Maffio, Alejo, and more. This event is open to the public and free to all Billboard Latin Music Week pass holders (21 years and older).

On Wednesday (Oct. 4), Nathy Peluso and Young Miko are uniting forces at Oasis Wynwood. This event is open to the public (21 years and older) and is first-come, first-serve. Pass holders (INSIDER and GA) will receive free access to the show. Tickets for the show are now available for purchase.

On Friday (Oct. 6), the concert series continues with Billboard Latin Music Week Block Party presented by Cheetos, where Myke Towers will take the stage at the Wynwood Marketplace. This event is free and open to the public on a first-come, first-serve basis. Later that same day, the music week will celebrate Friday Night with Fonseca, sponsored by Michelob ULTRA. This final En Vivo performance will close out the week at Oasis Wynwood. Fans can buy tickets starting at $35 at the event’s official website. Event pass holders (INSIDER and GA) can receive free access to this event that’s for those 21 years and older.

The concert series is part of Billboard Latin Music Week’s exclusive panels, workshops, and showcases featuring some of today’s most popular artists. It’s also during the same week as the 2023 Billboard Latin Music Awards, set to broadcast live on Thursday (Oct. 5) from the Watsco Center in Miami, FL, via Telemundo. For more information on becoming a pass holder, visit their official website.