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The Tenth Annual iHeartRadio Fiesta Latina

The Tenth Annual iHeartRadio Fiesta Latina Brought the Biggest Names in Latin Music Together in Miami

Star-Studded Event Featured Performances by Chayanne,Yandel, Ricardo Montaner, Olga Tañón, Fonseca, Servando y Florentino, Luis Figueroa, GALE, Menudo Chayanne Was Also Honored with the iHeartRadio Corazón Latino AwardHulu Served as the Official Streaming

Destination of the iHeartRadio Fiesta Latina

The tenth annual iHeartRadio Fiesta Latina celebrated the best in Latin music on Saturday evening with performances by Yandel, Ricardo Montaner, Olga Tañón, Fonseca, Servando y Florentino, Luis Figueroa, GALE, Menudo and iHeartRadio Corazón Latino Award recipient Chayanne, at the Kaseya Center in Miami, Florida on Saturday, October 21. Enrique Santos, President and Chief Creative Officer of iHeartLatino and on-air talent for iHeartRadio, hosted the event celebrating the power of Latin music in popular culture.

iHeartMedia’s Spanish Contemporary Hits, Tropical, Regional Mexican, Tejano and Spanish Oldies radio stations broadcasted the event live in their local markets and on Additionally, the iHeartRadio Fiesta Latina broadcasted across iHeartRadio digital stations including Beso, El Patron, Salsa Bembe, Rumba, Reggaeton Vieja Escuela, La Preciosa, Tejano Radio, La Mezcla Fuego con Dj Xtreme, Latino Top 20, Tropical Top 20 and Regional Mexican Top 20. For the first time, Hulu served as the Official Streaming Destination of the iHeartRadio Fiesta Latina, adding to its already robust slate of live event content, with performances livestreamed exclusively to Hulu subscribers at no additional cost. For more information on the livestream line-up, please visit:

This year, iHeartMedia and Enrique Santos presented Chayenne with the iHeartRadio Corazón Latino Award Presented by Café Bustelo. The award honors an individual who exemplifies their big heart through their selfless work enhancing the lives of the Latin community and beyond. Chayanne, a world renowned Puerto Rican singer-songwriter, TV star and actor, has solidified his success with more than 50 million albums sold, sold-out tours and hundreds of music industry awards.

Outside of music, Chayanne uses his voice to shine a light on organizations he is passionate about. He was a spokesperson for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and has been involved in the Make-A-Wish Foundation, United Nations Human Rights for Climate Change, Women Refugees Commission, Heroes Por la Vida, campaign promoting the importance of being an organ donor, and Teleton in Mexico, Chile and the U.S. Additionally, he is an active member of the cabinet for the American Red Cross, from whom he received the Crystal Cross Award in 2018. Chayanne has also participated in the American Red Cross’ 100 Days of Summer campaign since 2014 to encourage the Latin community to donate blood.

Highlights from the 2023 iHeartRadio Fiesta Latina include:

The new generation of Menudo got the party started on Saturday night at the Kaseya Center. The Miami-based boy band, consisting of Nicolas Calero (10), Ezra Gilmore (12), Gabriel Rossell (13), Andres Emilio (14) and Alejandro Querales (15) busted out all their moves while performing songs like "Mi Amore" and "Tu Y Yo," which will appear on their debut album.

Singer-songwriter GALE brought all kinds of sounds to Fiesta Latina. During her set, she picked up the guitar and joined her band as they performed her song "Problemas" off her recent album Lo Que No Te Dije, which was released back in May. She also performed her other hits like "Nuestra Cancion," "Inmadura" and more.

The party continued with Luis Figueroa. He had all the fans on their feet as he and his live band performed songs like his 2022 hit "Vienes." He also delivered other tracks like "La Luz," "A Escondidas," and "Bandido" from his recent EP Voy a Ti.

Fonseca kept fans on the dance floor with his exciting performance. With the help of his live band, the Colombian pop singer ignited the stage with his energetic performance of songs like "Eres Mi Sueño," "Vine a Buscarte," "Te Mando Flores" and "Si Tú Me Quieres."

Ricardo Montaner gave fans a break from all the dancing and serenaded them with some of his classics. The Venezuelan singer and his band swooned the audience with songs like "Besame," "Tan Enamorados" and an emotional performance of "Me Va a Extrañar."

Olga Tañón had everyone moving to her incredible vocals throughout her entire performance. She opened her set at Fiesta Latina with an illuminating rendition of "Mi Eterno Amor Secreto" alongside Flamenco singer Pitingo and a group of dancers with wings that lit up the stage. She continued by performing her other classics like "Presencie Tu Amor," "Como Olvidar," "La Gran Fiesta" and more.

Servando y Florentino had everyone dancing to their salsa hits. During their performance of "Yo Sin Ti," the Primera brothers noticed the members of Menudo in the crowd, who were holding up a Venezuelan flag. The boys gave Florentino the flag and he waived it in the air as a tribute to his country. They went on to perform “Un Amor Como El Nuestro,” “No Importa” and more.

Yandel had everyone moving to all of his past and current hits. The Puerto Rican reggaetónero performed classic Wisin Y Yandel jams like "Mirala Bien," "Rakata," "Pam Pam," "Pegao," "Mayor Que Yo," "Travesuras" and plenty more. He couldn't leave without singing his latest hits "Borracho y Loco" and "150."

Before Chayanne accepted his iHeartRadio Corazón Latino Award, the Puerto Rican singer closed out the night with an energetic set full of his greatest hits like "Salome," "Dejaria Todo" and his latest hit "Bailando Bachata."

Proud partners of this year’s event include Café Bustelo, Garnier Fructis, Goya Foods, Kellogg’s, Maybelline New York, Pfizer and BioNTech, Seagram's Escapes, State Farm®, and [ yellow tail ] Wine.


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