The coronavirus pandemic appears to be lagging behind for the United States. Despite accounting for more than 16,000 cases and 605 deaths in the last 24 hours, the massive vaccination campaign against this scourge has caused the curve of all records to experience a pronounced decline in recent weeks.
For this reason, states like Florida decided to lift the emergency situation and returned to the long-awaited normality. In that sense, on June 19, Farruko and a group of artists will carry out a show with the presence of the public and that will not have any type of restriction.
The Puerto Rican will take the stage of the loanDepot stadium along with Meek Mill, Myke Towers, Snoop Dogg and Lunay. Similarly, this musical day will culminate with a boxing event, which will have the fight between Teofimo Lopez and George Kambosos as the background match.
The stage where the Miami Marlins are local has a capacity of 36,000 spectators, although the organization did not reveal the number of tickets that will go on sale.
What they did share is that this show will be the first in the state to have zero restrictions since March 2020, when the pandemic began in the North American giant.
Farruko will have the opportunity to share with his followers the songs from his latest album Gangalee. With this production, the reggaeton reached the second place on the list of Top Latin Songs of the renowned magazine Billboard.
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