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The 26th International Tropical Music Festival RETURN TO PUERTO RICO
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The 26th International Tropical Music Festival RETURN TO PUERTO RICO

— A hymn to Hispanic and Latino cultures that unites cultures, generations and musical styles —

SAN JUAN, PR — May 13, 2022 — (NOTICIAS NEWSWIRE) — Joseph Paniagua Productions in association with Keep in Touch Productions and 21 Events announced today the return to San Juan Puerto Rico of the International Tropical Music Festival during the spring of 2023 After the historical success in its 25th edition. Held on April 29 at the Coca-Cola Music Hall, it attracted international fans to Puerto Rico who, together with the local public, enjoyed and danced, sharing all of La Gran Salsa and the beauties of Puerto Rico with Latin Heart and Soul.

The 25th edition of the event celebrated the vast Latin musical history presenting for the first time on the same stage in Puerto Rico. Los Van Van from Cuba, Grupo Niche from Colombia, La Sonora Ponceña from Puerto Rico, Bobby Valentín from Puerto Rico, Puerto Rican Power from Puerto Rico and Josimar y su Yambú from Peru.

“The International Tropical Music Festival in its 25th edition was an incredible experience for our members who follow Salsa music, as well as for the many people who traveled to our island to live this vibrant cultural experience. It was a truly multigenerational stage where everyone enjoyed and they danced, uniting many generations without age barriers and that is what AARP Puerto Rico is all about. We want to improve the lives of the current population over 50 years of age and of future generations,” said José Acarón, state director of AARP Puerto Rico.

Legendary salsa artists will soon confirm their performance in the exciting return of the event in its 26th edition, which will include, as usual, varied offers of shows, dances, and hotel stays, and many surprises to the delight of all.

The public will be able to obtain tickets for Arena, VIP, and General Admission. Those interested in the full experience, including hotels and special events, can book and learn more at www.tropicalmusicfestival.com.

Joseph Paniagua, producer, and promoter of the event said: "We proudly presented and wish to thank the Fans, Artists, The Media, and Sponsors that made possible a successful 25th Annual International Tropical Music Festival - LIVE at the Coca Cola Music Hall in Puerto Rico. Our goal for the 26th edition of 2023 is to present and share the best music and cultural commitment, with unique experiences that salsa dancers and fans will treasure forever".

The show was hosted by Archie Mercado and Richy Miranda Cortese and the strategic alliances and media campaign was managed by Junior Nunez, Keep in Touch Productions, and Atlantino LLC.