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Myke Towers and Young Miko with performances at Billboard Music Week

Myke Towers, Young Miko, Fonseca and greeicy will be just some of the artists who will perform in the Latin Music Week organized by Billboard, and which will take place between October 2 and 6 in Miami Beach, Florida.

As reported this Wednesday by Billboard, the list of performers for the concert series called “Live” is completed with Mike Bahía and Nathy Peluso.

The series of recitals will be opened by Colombians Greeicy and Mike Bahía, who will perform on October 2 at the Faena Theater.

Two days later it will be the turn of Peluso and Miko, who will perform at a venue in Wynwoodto close on Friday, October 6, with performances by Mike Towers and Fonseca, who will also offer recitals in that neighborhood and the artistic heart of Miami.

Artists, executives and music industry leaders, both new and established, will gather at the Faena Forum in Miami Beach for this year’s edition of Billboard Latin Music Week, featuring performances, panels , workshops and exhibitions, reported the organization.

This event takes place within the framework of the gala of the Billboard Latin Music Awards 2023, to be held on October 5 at the Watsco Center in Coral Gables, a neighboring city of Miami, and will be broadcast live on the Hispanic network Telemundo.

In this year’s edition, the Mexican singer and composer Peso Pluma emerges as the clear favorite by adding 21 nominations and placing himself well ahead of Bad Bunny and Grupo Frontera, who have 15 nominations each.

Further behind are the Colombians Karol G and Shakira, with 13 and 12 nominations, respectively, while the Mexican regional group from California Fuerza Regida also stands out with 12 mentions.

This year, during the awards ceremony the Mexican cumbia group Los Ángeles Azules will receive the Billboard Artistic Career Awardfor an “exceptional career, which has taken Latin music to another level in the world sphere,” according to Billboard.

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