The legendary Puerto Rican reggaeton duo arrives in the United States with their farewell tour and Miami will be the second stop.
At the end of last May, Wisin Y Yandel began their extensive farewell tour, baptized as “La Última Misión World Tour”, and with which they want to thank the millions of fans for accompanying them during their almost 20-year musical career singing together.
The legendary Puerto Rican reggaeton duo has already passed through several countries in South and Central America delighting with shows full of nostalgia, but also a lot of perreo in which they toured the songs that made them great references of the urban genre.
Now, in this month of September the stage of concerts in North America begins, with more than 20 presentations scheduled in the United States that will last until the end of November, and then in the last month of the year they will perform the impressive number of 14 shows at the Coliseum from San Juan, Puerto Rico.
The second stop in the United States will be in Miami, on September 30 at 8:00 p.m. at the FTX Arena, and tickets to attend this, one of the most anticipated concerts of the year, can be obtained through www.ticketmaster.com.
Juan Luis Morera Luna, alias Wisin, and Llandel Veguilla Malavé Salazar, alias Yandel, began making music in 1998. From then on they made Puerto Rico and other countries dance until 2013. They took a break for their personal projects, and returned to join in 2018.
Throughout their joint career of almost 20 years, El Dúo de la Historia received numerous multi-platinum certifications in the United States and Latin America, as well as one Grammy, two Latin Grammys and ten Latin Billboard Awards, one MTV Video Music Awards, twelve Premios Juventud, two MTV Latin America, thirteen Premio Lo Nuestro, among other awards.
Wisin Y Yandel hold the record for most number ones on the Billboard Latin Rhythm Airplay chart, with 14 songs followed by Daddy Yankee with 13, as well as the record for most number ones by a duo or group on the Billboard Latin Songs chart, with 8 songs; and has 10 number 1 songs on Hot Latin Songs.