Romeo Santos Fórmula, Vol. 3 Tour

Romeo Santos has formally kicked off the North American leg of his “Fórmula, Vol. 3” tour. On June 3, the 41-year-old Grammy-nominated singer carried out at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, CA, for the primary time in entrance of a sold-out viewers of greater than 30,000 followers — and it is clear why he is the “King of Bachata.” Between his sensual lyrics and intoxicating stage presence, Santos had the viewers captivated for 2 straight hours as he took followers on a literal journey of his discography, singing hit after hit.

Santos started his set with “El Pañuelo” earlier than launching right into a medley of songs that included “La Diabla,” “Eres Mía,” “Mar,” “Cancioncitas de Amor,” and “Odio.” “For me, it’s an honor, an immense pleasure to be with so many stunning individuals tonight,” Santos instructed the gang in Spanish. “You guys might have been wherever, wherever. You may be elsewhere on a lovely Saturday evening, however you are right here tonight with me, and meaning rather a lot.”

“I’ve a 25-year trajectory, due to you,” he continued in Spanish. “First, due to God, after which, you all. Filling up arenas and filling up stadiums, you guys keep the ‘King of Bachata’ in my musical style, and I really like you for that.”

Whereas no particular company joined Santos on stage this time round, he made certain the evening was all about his followers as he blew kisses and confirmed off his signature booty shake a number of instances all through the evening. At one level, the bachata crooner even gifted his customized leather-based jacket to a fortunate viewers member. “This jacket could be very costly, however to me, you’re much more invaluable than this sh*t,” Santos instructed the fan as he took off the jacket and handed it to the fan.

One other spotlight of the evening was when Santos made one other fan’s dream come true by bringing him up on stage to carry out “Ella y Yo,” Aventura’s hit music with Don Omar. “James, OK, you realize all my sh*t. You understand all my songs? You certain? Do not be f*cking mendacity! You bought this?” Santos requested as he proceeded to check James by asking him to complete the lyrics to his songs. James handed his take a look at with flying colours, and the 2 delivered a passionate efficiency that earned him a selfie with the “King of Bachata” himself.


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♬ authentic sound – James Arthur Irvine

Santos belted out almost 40 songs on Saturday, closing out the evening with an encore of “Sus Huellas” and “Propuesta Indecente.” However the surprises did not cease there. Through the present, Santos additionally introduced that he’ll be returning to Inglewood, CA, on Oct. 8 to carry out on the Kia Discussion board, marking his seventh time performing on the venue. Santos not too long ago prolonged his tour by including 22 extra dates. His subsequent present is on June 9 at Citi Area in Queens, NY, with the tour wrapping up in Toronto on Nov. 25.

Forward, see footage from Santos’s present at SoFi Stadium, in addition to the official set listing from his tour.

What to Know If You Attend the “Fórmula, Vol. 3” Tour

The beginning time listed on the tickets is 7 p.m., however Santos would not truly hit the stage till 9 p.m. It is in all probability a good suggestion to get there early, although, if you wish to seize a drink or some meals. There actually is not a lot of a break as soon as he hits the stage, so we recommend going to the toilet earlier than the present begins. Additionally, you may in all probability be standing the whole evening, so positively put on comfy sneakers.

“Fórmula, Vol. 3” Tour Set Record

  1. “El Pañuelo”
  2. “La Diabla”
  3. “Eres Mía”
  4. “Mar”
  5. “Cancioncitas de Amor”
  6. “Odio”
  7. “Inmortal”
  8. “Ayúdame”
  9. “Promise”
  10. “Bebo”
  11. “Imitadora”
  12. “Necio”
  13. “Perro”
  14. “Llévame Contigo”
  15. “Sobredosis”
  16. “SIRI”
  17. “Volví”
  18. “Ella Quiere Beber”
  19. “El Farsante”
  20. “Noche De Sexo”
  21. “X Si Volvemos”
  22. “Suegra”
  23. “Boomerang”
  24. “Solo Conmigo”
  25. “Hilito”
  26. “Enseñame a Olvidar”
  27. “R.I.P.”
  28. “Ella y Yo”
  29. “El Malo”
  30. “Todavia Me Amas”
  31. “Amor de Madre”
  32. “Por Un Segundo”
  33. “Los Infieles”
  34. “La Boda”
  35. “Mi Corazoncito”
  36. “Un Beso”
  37. “Despedida”
  38. “Sus Huellas”
  39. “Propuesta Indecente”

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