The wait is over!
The urban music singer Daddy Yankee revealed on Monday the dates of the farewell concerts for the Puerto Rican public at the José Miguel Agrelot Coliseum.
When will Daddy Yankee perform in Puerto Rico in 2023?
The day of presentations, initially scheduled for January of this year at the Hiram Bithorn stadium, will be from November 30 to December 3 at the Coliseo.
The “La META” presale will begin on Wednesday, April 19, at 10:00 a.m. and end on Thursday, April 20, at 9:59 a.m.
The pre-sale will only be for customers who purchased tickets for the Hiram Bithorn performances. With the access that Ticketera will receive, those who have purchased tickets will obtain an automatic discount of $7.00 on the ticket’s original price. For more details, visit www.daddyyankee.com.
Originally, the “Big Boss” was to appear at the Hiram Bithorn Stadium on January 6, 7, and 8, but canceled, citing logistical problems.
Also, in the middle of the tour, “La Última Vuelta” had a fall in which he indicated he was recovering.
Through a video posted on his Instagram account, Raymond Ayala, the artist’s first name, expressed that it is “gratifying to know that I say goodbye to the stages where I was born, where I live, in Puerto Rico.”
“The race starts from the moment you start to breathe. As you grow, you are looking at which route to take, the easy path but short or the one with obstacles but with rewards. That was the path I took in my life, to become an artist who represented his Island with a sound from the neighborhood. Today, after three decades, I feel pleased for all that you supported me and for being able to shout together that Daddy Yankee is not a singer. Daddy Yankee is a movement. A movement that is heard worldwide and that today I can confirm that with this achievement and having traveled the world, I have reached THE GOAL”, said the interpreter of “Gasolina.”
“For me, it is gratifying to know that I say goodbye to the scenarios where I was born and live in Puerto Rico. PR. And we are going to celebrate this with reggaeton. See you at the Coliseo altogether to enjoy “La META.” The Big Boss, DY”, ended.
The Cartel Record warned that the concerts on the Island would be the last ones before Daddy Yankee retired from the stage.