“Rauw Arena Tour”: Rauw Alejandro begins his tour in the United States
The return tour of the reggaeton star, called "Rauw Arena Tour" and produced by Elite & Media Marketing (EMM), include nine shows in the USA
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Puerto Rican Rauw Alejandro, one of the greatest international representatives of urban music, is back on the track. Recently, he already expressed his desire: "I miss doing shows too much, visiting different countries and being able to connect with the public." According to him, the pause forced by the pandemic increased his "desire to give myself more and do a better show." This was confirmed last Saturday at the Barclays Center in New York, where he sold out all the tickets and completed a memorable performance.
The return tour of the reggaeton star, called "Rauw Arena Tour" and produced by Elite & Media Marketing (EMM), will tour Miami (April 9 at the FTX Arena), San Diego (April 14 at the Pachanga Arena), Fresno (April 15 at Save Mart Arena), Los Angeles (April 16 at The Forum), Chicago (April 22 at All State Arena), and San Jose (April 24 at SAP Center).
The comments on social networks after the performance in New York indicated that the Puerto Rican left his fans speechless, including his girlfriend Rosalía, who witnessed the performance from the mixer. "The concert was excellent," noted some of the 14,000 people who packed the pavilion.
Just before he started his performance, Rauw Alejandro dressed up as "Spiderman" and went out into the street to interact and joke with his followers, holding a sign with the slogan "I love reggaeton." People, surprised by the spontaneous comic character, did not know that behind the mask was his idol.
The singer made a spectacular staging, jumping on stage in a tight red leather suit, and accompanied by a large and experienced group of dancers. He opened the performance with "Tell him", with a set design and visual effects that evoked the mythical fiction film "Blade Runner".
In his repertoire, he included hits like “Tattoo”, “Fantasías”, Fck U X2”, “Wuepa”, “Aquel Nap”, “Cúrame”, “Nostálgico”, “Caprichoso”, “Museo”, “Tiroteo”, “ Clock”, “2/Fourteen” and “Todo de ti”.
In addition, Alejandro included collaborators in his performance, who appeared by surprise on stage. De la Guetto sang “Tú te imaginas” and improvised a mix of several of his hits. Chenco Corleone, a member of the reggaeton duo Plan B, came on stage to perform "El Efecto" and "Desesperados" together with the Puerto Rican singer.
The emerging artists DVILA and Joonti are the opening act for the “Rauw Arena Tour”, who will perform on the tour's nine US dates.