A second round of performers for the 2023 Billboard Latin Music Awards is here. Today (Sep. 11), it was revealed that Grupo Frontera, Marc Anthony, Pepe Aguilar, La Factoría, and many more will be hitting the stage.
Grupo Frontera is one of the most-nominated acts this year, with 15. The Mexican-American group is up for Artist of the Year, New Artist of the Year, and Regional Mexican Artist of the Year, Duo or Group. Among Grupo Frontera’s global hits are the songs “Un x100to” featuring Bad Bunny and “Tulum” with Peso Pluma. The band will most likely perform songs from their album El Comienzo, released in August.
Many icons in Latine music will be performing as well. After recently receiving his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Marc Anthony is scheduled to perform at the awards. He is nominated for Tropical Artist of the Year, Solo. Mexican superstar Pepe Aguilar will also be singing his classics live. La Factoría and Eddy Lover, the acts behind the 2000s reggaeton hit “Perdóname,” are scheduled to perform as well.
Following the release of her latest single, “Hoy Me Porto Mal,” Mexican pop star Sofia Reyes will be hitting the stage. Mexican rapper Yng Lvcas, who collaborated with Peso Pluma on the “La Bebe” remix, will also perform. Other acts confirmed to perform live include Farruko, Nicki Nicole, Sky Rompiendo, Banda Carnaval, and Ximena Sariñana.
Last week, Peso Pluma, Myke Towers, Eladio Carrión, El Alfa, and Manuel Turizo were announced as performers. Peso Pluma is the most-nominated artist of the year, up for 21 awards. Bad Bunny, Shakira, and Karol G also received many nominations.
The 2023 Billboard Latin Music Awards will air live on Telemundo on Thursday, Oct. 5. The ceremony will also be streamed on Universo, Peacock, and Telemundo App.