iHeartRadio Fiesta Latina Announces Lineup: Jennifer Lopez, Pitbull, and More

Last year, iHeartRadio — the annual Latin music-focused mini-festival from the internet radio platform owned by iHeartMedia, Inc. (formerly known as Clear Channel Media and Entertainment) — held its first-ever Fiesta Latina in Los Angeles, starring Ricky Martin, Pitbull, J. Balvin, and many more.

Back in May, iHeartRadio announced that they'd be moving the Fiesta Latina to a place that made a whole lot of sense: Miami. Since 2012, iHeartRadio’s major yearly concert event in Miami has been the Ultimate Pool Party at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach, but this year the Ultimate Pool Party was renamed the Summer Pool Party and relocated to Las Vegas.

But don't cry, Miami. Because it's safe to say that we came out on top with this swap (you can have that rhyme, Pitbull).

Yesterday, iHeartRadio announced this year's lineup which includes Jennifer Lopez, Don Omar, Marco Antonio Solis, Prince Royce, Wisin, Camila, Becky G, Fonseca, Voz de Mando and — of course — Pitbull (because there are actually twelve of him running around at any given time thanks to an experiment gone horribly wrong at a secret underground bunker in South Beach).

All of the above will come to the American Airlines Arena on Saturday, November 7, to leave no hip unshaken. 

And don't worry if you can't afford a ticket (or if that restraining order Jennifer Lopez field against you is still valid) because the event will be broadcast live on the aptly named Yahoo Live. And don't worry if you don't have Yahoo Live (or if they took away your computer after you successfully catfished J. Lo for the eighth time) because the event will be re-broadcast on Telemundo on November 15.

Tickets for this star-studded event on sale to the general public on August 22 at 10 a.m via We suggest you be online, credit card in hand, no later than 10:01 a.m. because this inaugural event is sure to sell out faster than you can say dale.
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Ryan Pfeffer is a contributor and former Miami New Times music editor. After earning a BS from Florida State University, Ryan joined the New Times staff in November 2013 as a web editor.
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