Latino stars take over L.A. in first concert bash of the year

Los Angeles is off to an exciting new year with the forthcoming Calibash Festival featuring some of the hottest Latino stars in the biz. As tradition holds, the concert extravaganza will celebrate its seventh birthday with reputed artists. Kicking off the event this year are popular acts such as Carlos Vives, Don Omar, Pitbull, Tego Calderon and Plan B. SEE ALSO: VOXXI Wish List: 10 Things we want from Latino stars in 2015 A fresh wave of urban stars are also set to hit the stage, including Wisin, Gente D’ Zona, J. Alvarez, Farruko and Maluma. Mexican DJ trio 3BallMTY are expected to make attendees dance with their Tribal-Guarachero and Latin House beats. “The lineup joins some of the most established Latin music acts with a strong representation of emerging artists who have become familiar names on the charts,” notes Billboard. The SBS Entertainment production will take place at Los Angeles’ Staples Center on January 24th, which was previously scheduled for Nov. 22, 2014. “SBS Entertainment continues the tradition of producing the most important Latin Urban music concert in the world and again, in association with AEG LIVE, Calibash 2015 in Los Angeles, California will certainly be the biggest Calibash yet,” stated Lucas Pina, Senior VP of SBS Entertainment, reports Latin Post. “SBS Entertainment consistently brings innovation and entertainment to the new generation of bilingual and bicultural Latino youth.” Daddy Yankee, Prince Royce, Alexis y Fido, Ivy Queen, Tito “El Bambino” and even Chris Brown, 50 Cent and LMFAO have all participated in Calibash Festival in the past. Tickets for the event are available for purchase at www.axs.com. SEE ALSO: Best of 2014: The hottest and sexiest Latino stars of the year And as a bonus, we’re prepping L.A. residents with our one-on-one interviews with some of this year’s Calibash Festival performers.The post Latino stars take over L.A. in first concert bash of the year appeared first on Voxxi.

Rapper Wisin (L) and singer Carlos Vives attend the 15th Annual Latin GRAMMY Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on November 20, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Christopher Polk/Getty Images for LARAS)

Los Angeles is off to an exciting new year with the forthcoming Calibash Festival featuring some of the hottest Latino stars in the biz.

As tradition holds, the concert extravaganza will celebrate its seventh birthday with reputed artists. Kicking off the event this year are popular acts such as Carlos Vives, Don Omar, Pitbull, Tego Calderon and Plan B.

SEE ALSO: VOXXI Wish List: 10 Things we want from Latino stars in 2015

A fresh wave of urban stars are also set to hit the stage, including Wisin, Gente D’ Zona, J. Alvarez, Farruko and Maluma. Mexican DJ trio 3BallMTY are expected to make attendees dance with their Tribal-Guarachero and Latin House beats.

Pitbull will host New Years Eve party in Miami.
Pitbull is set to perform at Calibash Festival 2015 in Los Angeles, Calif. (Photo by Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images for T.J. Martell Foundation)

“The lineup joins some of the most established Latin music acts with a strong representation of emerging artists who have become familiar names on the charts,” notes Billboard.

The SBS Entertainment production will take place at Los Angeles’ Staples Center on January 24th, which was previously scheduled for Nov. 22, 2014.

“SBS Entertainment continues the tradition of producing the most important Latin Urban music concert in the world and again, in association with AEG LIVE, Calibash 2015 in Los Angeles, California will certainly be the biggest Calibash yet,” stated Lucas Pina, Senior VP of SBS Entertainment, reports Latin Post. “SBS Entertainment consistently brings innovation and entertainment to the new generation of bilingual and bicultural Latino youth.”

Daddy Yankee, Prince Royce, Alexis y Fido, Ivy Queen, Tito “El Bambino” and even Chris Brown, 50 Cent and LMFAO have all participated in Calibash Festival in the past.

Tickets for the event are available for purchase at www.axs.com.

SEE ALSO: Best of 2014: The hottest and sexiest Latino stars of the year

And as a bonus, we’re prepping L.A. residents with our one-on-one interviews with some of this year’s Calibash Festival performers.

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