Reggaeton Romance and Rhythm: Eladio Carrión’s “The Sauce World Tour”
Bringing the Flavor to the Stage
Puerto Rican singer Eladio Carrión set the Ciudad Tamanaco Shopping Center (CCCT) terrace aflame with his reggaeton and romantic tunes during his “The Sauce World Tour”. The concert opened with his hit “Si la calle llama”, which immediately stirred up the crowd and set the tone for an energetic evening. With popular songs like “Al Capone”, “3 AM”, “Mi error”, and “Sin condón” also featured in his performance, the audience was treated to a vibrant atmosphere that was further enhanced by the presence of Carrión’s dogs, Kali and Kemba. Kemba was introduced to the audience in a style reminiscent of The Lion King’s Simba, adding a unique touch to the concert.
A Concert with a Heart
Beyond delivering a lively performance, Carrión also showed great concern for his audience. He offered assistance and provided bottled water to those who felt unwell, demonstrating care and consideration. The concert’s energy was boosted by the presence of special guests Big Soto, Corina Smith, Neutro Shorty, and Noriel, each of whom performed different songs with Carrión. Before performing the song “Mbappé”, Carrión encouraged the crowd to sing the chorus with all their might without recording it, leading to a euphoric response. This was followed by performances of other songs, including “La Cone”, “Coco Channel”, and “Todo o nada”.
A Surprise for the Young Fans
Towards the end of the concert, Carrión invited four children who had been particularly active throughout the concert to join him on stage. To the delight and surprise of many, they performed the chorus of the song “La H” alongside him, earning applause from the crowd. Before leaving, Carrión gifted each of them a piece of his outfit, including his cap and shoes, creating a memorable moment for the young fans.
Setting the Stage
Before Carrión’s performance, the audience was treated to a set by Venezuelan DJ Nawal, who played an engaging set to keep the crowd energized. Following Nawal’s set, Venezuelan rapper Big Soto took the stage. He started his performance with his song “Grosero” and also performed “Cali”, “En soledad”, and “Le gustan todos”, providing a mix of reggaeton and trap music. He was joined by his friends and colleagues, Trainer and Jeeiph, for the performance of “Lírica”, creating a memorable moment for the fans. Songs like “Mula”, “Gelato”, “Espero que seas feliz”, and “Dos problemas remix” also featured in his hour-long set. Soto thanked the audience for their continuous support and expressed his gratitude to Carrión for inviting him to open the show.
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