Romeo Santos 'Golden Tour': 6 Reasons Why You Should Go To Bachata King's Concert

Don't miss Romeo Santos in his "Golden Tour." Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for LARAS

Bachata superstar, Romeo Santos, has been touring the United States starting in New York, NY on February 15 and culminating in Oakland, CA on April 6, with his "Golden Tour" that will also go through Chicago, Miami, Atlanta, Houston, Los Angeles and many other cities. 

The tour, named after the most recent album that Santos recorded in the studio, is a great opportunity to enjoy the charisma of "The King of Bachata" and dance to the rhythm of not only his latest songs but also jams from his beginnings with Aventura.  

Attending a Romeo concert is really an experience that you have to live. Not only because of the good Latin vibe that is felt in the environment, but also because of the lights and scenery, plus the opportunity to be enjoying him singing completely live. If you need more reasons to make the decision, we enlisted a few for you so you feel even more interested in getting your tickets and not missing this magnificent show.

6 Reasons Why You Should See The Bachata King In His "Golden Tour"

  1. Guaranteed security: Before entering the arena, a uniformed team with metal detectors will review each one of the assistants rigorously in a short but effective process.
  2. Entertainment before the show: To warm the audience, a DJ and guest artists will keep the atmosphere completely active and entertaining. You can expect performers of the likes of Karen Rodriguez to Mozart La Para and many more. 
  3. Food and drinks: In various areas of the arena, the attendees will have at their disposal different snack and drinks, such as water, soda and alcoholic beverages for adults.
  4. Smoke-free zone: The non-smokers will not have to worry about not being able to see Romeo on stage due to a puff of smoke since the staff will be around the areas to avoid all kinds of cigarettes, electronic or not.
  5. The show: With live musicians and scenography of vibrant colors and lights, Romeo sings to his fans with short intervals to be able to talk and share with the audience. During the pauses, Santos jokes with everyone, asks questions, lets the audience choose the songs and as if that wasn't enough, he sometimes invites fans to sing along with him, as it happened in one of his presentations at Madison Square Garden In New York. There, the singer gave the opportunity to two men to sing the parts of Nicky Jam and Daddy Yankee in "Bella y Sensual," the only requirement was to know the lyrics perfectly. After the song, Romeo gave them $500 each. "The King" also invited a fan to the stage where he danced and sang. 
  6. New and old songs: Many artists when they do concerts are confined only in the most recent songs, but Romeo is in charge of pleasing all the attendees, and in equal parts he sings songs from his beginning until now. 

Now that you know the good show that Romeo gives at his concerts it's time for you to look for a city near you where Santos will be soon, find the full list below.

"Golden Tour" U.S Dates:

  • Thu Feb 15 New York, NY Madison Square Garden
  • Wed Feb 28 Chicago, IL United Center
  • Fri Mar 02 Toronto, ON Air Canada Centre
  • Sat Mar 03 Montreal, QC Bell Centre
  • Tue Mar 06 Boston, MA Agganis Arena
  • Sat Mar 10 Fairfax, VA EagleBank Arena
  • Tue Mar 13 Orlando, FL Amway Center
  • Thu Mar 15 Miami, FL AmericanAirlines Arena
  • Sun Mar 18 Atlanta, GA Philips Arena
  • Tue Mar 20 Houston, TX Toyota Center
  • Wed Mar 21 Dallas, TX American Airlines Center
  • Sat Mar 24 El Paso, TX Don Haskins Center
  • Sun Mar 25 San Antonio, TX AT&T Center
  • Tue Mar 27 Denver, CO Pepsi Center
  • Thu Mar 29 Phoenix, AZ Talking Stick Resort Arena
  • Fri Mar 30 Los Angeles, CA The Forum
  • Tue Apr 03 San Diego, CA Viejas Arena
  • Fri Apr 06 Oakland, CA Oracle Arena
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