Don Omar tour 2024
Courtesy Don Omar

MIAMI. - The Kaseya Center in Miami became the epicenter of reggaeton last night as Don Omar, a titan in the reggaeton music scene, closed down the first leg of his widely successful "Back to Reggaeton Tour."

William Omar Leandro Rivera, the artists real name, was happy. He spoke often during his almost two hours in front of the audience, which filled every last one of the 20,000 seats in the arena. Flags from many Latin American countries waved in the hands of euphoric fans, while the artist took the time to mention each one of them.

Don Omar's Miami show was a celebration of his career, reggaeton, and Latin American unity.

Don Omar stance against racism

The Puerto Rican artist entered the arena in his now-well-known throne. Clad in a black coat with red embellishment, he drove the public wild with songs like 'Dale Don Dale,' 'Ronca,' 'Baila Morena,' and 'Amor de colegio'. The mood was high and the crown was excited.

However, Don Omar took a moment to condemn racism just before he sang 'Reggaeton Latino'.

"There are people in this country who feel better than others based on their flags. That is terrible," he said. "This is very wrong, particularly among Latinos. We are all brothers, you hear me. We are brothers."

A journey through reggaeton history

Don Omar's "Back to Reggaeton Tour" has seen unprecedented success, selling out venues across 20 cities and captivating over 200,000 fans.

Utilizing 175 moving lights, five towering screens, and an extensive setup transported by 8 semi-trucks and 7 tour buses, Don Omar delivered an unforgettable experience, while paying homage to his musical roots. He remembered specifically his beginnings with Los Bambinos, Héctor "El Father," and Tito. He also mentioned Dominican producer duo Luny Tune and even thanked his previous nemesis Daddy Yankee.

The exhaustive set list also included his mega hits like 'Danza Kuduro,' 'Salió el sol,´ 'Cuéntale,' 'Pobre Diabla,' and 'Bandolero,' among many others.

Don Omar is not slowing down

Adding to the excitement, Don Omar is set to perform at an intimate concert at the Hard Rock Live at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Florida. This performance, scheduled for Thursday, May 2 at 8 p.m., coincides with the Formula 1® Miami Grand Prix race weekend.

The second leg of his tour will kick off on August 7th in Oakland, CA, and will include stops in 18 new cities, such as San Diego, CA, Portland, OR, Tampa, FL, and Ontario, CA. With a career spanning over 25 years, Don Omar continues to promise an immersive musical experience that showcases his iconic hits.

For fans eager to catch one of his dynamic performances, tickets for the upcoming shows are available now at As Don Omar continues his journey across America, his message of music and unity remains more relevant than ever. Don't miss the opportunity to witness the legacy of the king of reggaeton as he continues to make history.

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