At noon, El Nuevo Día’s cameras reached the so-called “Solicio.” Citizen “Marietta” from Caguas arrived at 9:40 this morning. The first person to start the ticket queue sits on a chair in front of the ticket office In three activities scheduled on July 28, 29 and 30. They will stand in line there 72 consecutive hours Until ticket sales start on Saturday 9th July.
“There are people to relieve me, I will be back at 12:30 pm, so until I come on Saturday”, Young Cacuna said of the relief scheme he will use to buy tickets for the July 30 ceremony.
The Urban Layer, promoting his latest album “The Summer Without You”He announced last Saturday that he will perform in his homeland before embarking on his international tour called “World’s Hottest Tour”It begins on August 5th in Orlando, Florida and ends on December 10th at the Azteca Stadium in Mexico City.
Dozens of people flocked to the Puerto Rico Coliseum this morning to begin lining up to sell tickets for urban entertainer Bad Bunny’s concert. (Photos: Stephanie Rojas) (Stephanie Rojas)
The queue comes as ticket sales, which begin on Saturday, July 9, will be held in person instead of digitally as usual. (Photos: Stephanie Rojas) (Stephanie Rojas)
Those outside the Coliseo de Puerto Rico will continue to line up for 72 hours until ticket sales begin. (Photos: Stephanie Rojas) (Stephanie Rojas)
The urban mogul, who is promoting his latest album “A Summer With You,” announced last Saturday that he will be performing in his homeland before embarking on his international tour. (Stephanie Rojas)
Bad Bunny fans braced themselves for a long wait, bringing items like beach chairs, umbrellas, sleeping bags, camping sheds and portable batteries. (Photos: Stephanie Rojas) (Stephanie Rojas)
A fan with a tattoo of the iconic heart from Bad Bunny’s album “Un Verano Sin De” was among those who made sure to line up at the Coliseo de Puerto Rico to see him in concert. (Photos: Stephanie Rojas) (Stephanie Rojas)
Likewise, A citizen named “Eleri” from Caguas arrived at 12:40 pm today. Together with two friends, they start an alternative plan to wait for the next three days and buy tickets for the first performance. In his case, his preparation included a camping shed, portable batteries for charging cellphones and a “sleeping bag” in addition to “lots of water and lots of food.”
To the surprise of his followers on the island, the sale will begin this Saturday, July 9th and will only be done in person, they cannot be purchased digitally.
As announced, only four tickets will be sold per person. The idea that ticket sales should be face-to-face encourages visitors to be mostly Puerto Rican.
The translator of hits such as “Callaita” and “Me porto bonito” joined thousands of fans on his Instagram account last Saturday on a boat trip through the seas around Puerto Rico. He announced his program and spoke to his supporters for over two hours.