Juan Luis Guerra closes series of concerts in Punta Cana

The award-winning Dominican singer-songwriter Juan Luis Guerra He closed this Saturday in style his cycle of concerts in Punta Cana of his successful tour “Entre Mar y Palmeras”, with which he has been and will continue to visit large cities around the world.

Once again, Punta Cana witnesses a show that began at 9:00 at night, when the award-winning artist took the stage to offer his audience the best of his repertoire, starting with “Rosalía”, putting the public to dance from the first moment.

The production of this show, which is now moving to Spain, was in charge of the artistic producer Saymon Díaz and the entire SD Concerts team, who brought a memorable concert since this was the scheduled date after the suspension of the first concert last February 5.

Songs such as: “I hope it rains coffee”, “El Niagara by bike”, “La Travesía”, “Las Avispas”, “Bachata en Fukuoka”, “Como Yo”, “Frío, Frío”, among other hits were sung by the thousands of people from different countries who gathered at the Hard Rock Hotel Golf Course in Punta Cana.

Juan Luis Guerra pleased his audience with his different characteristic rhythms, bachata, Meringue and sauce were present.

The party continued with the celebration of the 30th anniversary of his highly valued musical album “Bachata Rosa”, putting Punta Cana to sing all the songs.

Bachata Rosa is the fifth studio album recorded by the Dominican singer-songwriter Juan Luis Guerra and his group 4.40. It was released on the market by Karen Records on December 11, 1990. Considered the most successful album of her career in terms of sales and public acceptance. In the interpretation of this theme Juan Luis observed a sign that said “The rain did not leave us on 5|0222 we returned from Mexico see this concert”, to which the artist read and shouted that they are the best.

The energy and enthusiasm that Guerra perceived from his audience was injected with energy, providing a unique and unrepeatable show.

Later in his musical journey through his successes, Guerra made a bachata medley with titles such as “Estrellitas”, “Muchachita linda”, “La hormiguita”, “Bachata en Fukuoka”, “Que me des tu amor”, “Burbujas de amor , “Give me your love”, “What a blessing” and “Cold cold. This was a concert special, because among the dancing audience were Mariela Mercado and Maridalia Hernández who are the founders of the group 440. Frank Ceara and Jandy Ventura were among the other artists who were dancing all the songs of the singer-songwriter.