In a recent Instagram post, famed Puerto Rican singer Ricky Martin delighted fans with a surprise revelation. Teaming up with Mexican regional artist Christian Nodal, Martin hinted at a potential musical collaboration. “In Miami, preparing something that I’m sure you will be excited about! @nodal,” Martin shared, accompanied by pictures of the two artists, possibly at a recording studio or dining venue.
The interaction between the two Latin music sensations was heartfelt. Nodal, native to Sonora, Mexico, didn’t take long to express his appreciation for the joint venture. “I love you, king!!! Thanks for making me part of this,” he commented. Martin responded with equal warmth: “And thanks to you for taking it to the next level, loco. Much love always. We keep going.”
Upcoming Tour in Mexico
It’s not just the potential collaboration that has fans eager. Ricky Martin had previously announced a visit to Mexico in September 2023 for a series of symphonic concerts. The tour includes stops in Cancun, Merida, Mexico City, Leon, Guadalajara, and Monterrey.
“Very excited to announce that I am returning with my Symphonic concert, accompanied by the Camerata Metropolitana Symphony Orchestra. See you very soon! 🇲🇽,” Ricky captioned a post on Instagram.
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Information sourced from Ticketmaster indicates that ticket prices for Martin’s concert on September 27 at Estadio 3 de Marzo U.A.G. in Zapopan, Jalisco range from 1,068 to 4,788 Mexican pesos. Other shows under the “Ricky Martin Sinfónico” banner, offered through FunTicket in late June, seem to have already sold out.
Separately, Martin had made headlines earlier this month when he announced his separation from Jwan Yosef.
As fans await further details on the collaboration and anticipate the singer’s visit, the Latin music world remains abuzz with excitement and admiration.