J Balvin Brings Arcoiris Tour To Miami’s AmericanAirlines Arena To Sold-Out Crowd

 

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Miami turned up for J Balvin this weekend as the beloved reggaeton star brought his Arcoiris Tour to AmericanAirlines Arena. The worldwide tour kicked off at Coachella 2019, and subsequently hit the world’s biggest cities to much acclaim with a whimsical, colorful and vibrant production—fitting, as his album name is Vibras.

Unsurprisingly, the arena was sold-out in much anticipation for the performance, as Balvin was greeted with thousands of adoring fans. The colorful stage was flanked with playful items indicative of its tour name—Arcoiris—that reflect Balvin’s love of pop art. He collaborated with Friends With You to create the playful characters decorating the stage that have been flooding his Instagram feed over the past few months.

 

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🌈MIAMI- SOLD OUT !!💯 📸 @mandohundreds

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Balvin belted some of his hit songs from his most recent album Vibras, as well as his collaborate album, Oasis with Bad Bunny, in addition to past favorites. Concert-goers were overjoyed when his hit song “Ginza” came on, erupting the arena into contagious energy. Of course, the fan-favorite “I Like It,” was a notable moment of the evening, and Balvin even brought out character versions of Cardi B and Bad Bunny to mimic their presence for the performance as fans went wild.

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Following his show, Balvin enjoyed the weekend in the Magic City, and frequented Miami’s latest hot opening, Papi Steak, for dinner. Just the night before, JLo had enjoyed dinner and a special celebration for the premiere of her movie, Hustlers, at the eatery. And a few weeks back, French Montana and Drake helped celebrate its soft opening with Haute Living. Balvin posed against the restaurant’s picturesque wallpaper during his visit, which undoubtedly drew the attention of even more fans to go check out the latest hip eatery in the South of Fifth neighborhood, which is known for its juicy, Kosher ribeye steak and other comfort foods like latkes, wagyu pastrami and the caviar-covered “Monop-Potato.”

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