Billboard Latin Music Award Parties Commence

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Just got this press release about an award show party that's jumping off tomorrow night at Spirits Nightclub. Puerto Rico's Black Guayaba will be on hand rocking as will a host of other performers. The Annual Billboard Latin Music Conference is being held at the Hard Rock Casino this year as more info about parties come this way, we'll let you know.

--Jonathan Cunningham


Annual Pre-Awards Party Features Performances by 2008 Billboard Latin Music Awards Finalists Black Guayaba, Diana Reyes, Juan, Kinto Sol and La Arrollandora Banda El Limon

The 6th annual Billboard Bash will take place on Wednesday, April 9, 2008 at 9:30pm at Spirits Nightclub in the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. The bash, presented by Heineken in association with Target and SanDisk and hosted by Verizon & Gallo is the official pre-awards show party for the 2008 Billboard Latin Music Awards show which airs live on Telemundo on Thursday, April 10th.

The Bash will feature red carpet appearances, presentations and performances by 2008 Billboard Latin Music Awards finalists.

WHO: Black Guayaba, Diana Reyes, Juan, Kinto Sol and La Arrolladora Banda El Limon.

WHERE: Spirits Nightclub, The Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino

1 Seminole Way, Hollywood, FL 33314

WHEN: Wednesday, April 9th

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