Bad Bunny takes the “beach” and “flying dolphins” to Orlando

Written on 08/06/2022
La Mezcla Writer

Urban star Bad Bunny kicked off his “World’s Hottest Tour” concert tour last night with a recreation of a beach and the integration of dolphins floating above the audience at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida.

After his three concerts in Puerto Rico and the premiere this week of the movie “Bullet Train” in which he participates with Hollywood actor Brad Pitt, the urban artist began his concert tour before a full house with around 65,000 people in the stadium in Orlando and with the interpretation of over 40 songs.

Contrary to his three concerts at the José Miguel Agrelot Coliseum in Puerto Rico, which were under a ‘party’ concept since in terms of production the set-up was small, at the Orlando stadium he surprised with the integration of beach elements on stage.

El Conejo Malo recreated the beach from the album “A summer without you” as a distinctive for his montage. Palms, beach chairs and even a cooler were placed on the stage that required a large set-up.

Benito Martínez Ocasio, the artist’s first name, surprised the audience by flying over the audience from a palm tree.

The other surprising element of the concert was the “flying” dolphins to the rhythm of the hit “Dákiti” over the thousands of fans of the urban exponent.

The repertoire of the concert was very similar to the three performances he did in Puerto Rico, including songs from the recent album “Un Verano Sin Ti” and other hits from his previous productions.

The urban performer closed the concert with the songs “El Apagón” and “Después de la playa” in a great fireworks party.

It should be noted that Bad Bunny assured that his concerts on the island, so far, had been the most he had enjoyed due to the great energy and emotions that he experienced in the three performances. The artist made history in his homeland by broadcasting on Telemundo and in 13 different places around the island the first performance at the Puerto Rico Coliseum.

“I swear to you that there is no way to explain what it felt like this weekend in Puerto Rico. I had never enjoyed a concert as much as these three at the choliseo. The energy of an entire country enjoying and having a great time, without problems, without incidents, all of Puerto Rico united in one joy!