“The King remains King”: Romeo Santos makes New York vibrate from Rockefeller Plaza

NEW YORK – One day after his birthday, New York’s most acclaimed bachatero and one of the most internationally recognized (if not the most), Romeo Santos, came to conquer New York’s Rockefeller Plaza to give a free concert to his fans.

Age is just a number

Romeo Santos, Bachata Singer

From Thursday night, and into the early hours of Friday, hundreds of fans lined up near the iconic Rockefeller Plaza to secure a space that was as close to the artist as possible.

Our Victoria Sosa was there from early hours to welcome the fans, and of course, the “king of bachata”, as he is known.

At the moment of truth, the concert was a full house, with a hello of faces full of happiness from beginning to end.

Romeo Santos celebrated his 41st birthday with good news for his fans: He is preparing a new album! It would be the long-awaited “Formula Volume 3”, which he recently joked about in April, during April Fools’ Day.

The long-awaited date the third album of his trilogy was revealed by Romeo himself on “TODAY” show, it will be for his son Alex’s first birthday, on September 21. The artist clarified that he is “staying up all night” so that this can happen for that date, so keep your fingers crossed.

What was not an “Indecent Proposal” was the message that Romeo issued on Instagram to celebrate his birthday:

“I won’t write them a directory – lol. I’ll just tell you that age is just an irrelevant number if your vibe and energy stay fresh. FV3 very soon.”

It is not the first time that the Dominican bachatero participates in a live concert for the TODAY program, andbecause in 2015 he performed in the same series of concerts.

The full list of concerts scheduled to date is below. All performances will be on Fridays unless otherwise announced. Additional performances will be revealed in the coming weeks.

July 15 — Lizzo
July 22 — Romeo Santos
July 28 (a Thursday) — Maren Morris

August 5 — Walker Hayes
August 12 — Jack Harlow
August 26 — Mickey Guyton

September 2 — Brandi Carlile

TODAY requires proof of vaccination and a valid photo ID for all performances at Rockefeller Plaza. For more on COVID-19 protocols, Click here.

See the full lineup of performances and how to get free tickets here: TODAY.com/Concerts.

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“The King remains King”: Romeo Santos makes New York vibrate from Rockefeller Plaza