Beatriz Luengo bares it all in an intimate concert special filmed in Habana, Cuba, premiering on HBO Latino. The second installment of the HBO concert series “Havana Street Party Presents” — filmed before the global pandemic — not only includes live performances of Luengo’s Cuerpo y Alma album, but also taps into personal stories and empowering anecdotes as told by the Spanish singer-songwriter. “Prior to the tour that was expected to start in 2020, I started making this documentary as a way to show my fans what my show would be like and as a presentation for those who don’t know me,” Luengo previously told Billboard.
Kany Garcia will serenade fans on Galentine’s Day with her second livestream during the pandemic. Celebrating love, the acoustic set will take place at 8 p.m. ET via LivePassPlay, where she will perform her greatest hits in an intimate setting. “For me there is nothing more special than sharing my music with you, opening the doors of my heart and my house,” she expressed on social media. For more information, click here.
In January, Danna Paola dropped her most personal album yet, K.O., released via Universal Music Mexico. With songs such as “Friend de Semana” and “Amor Ordinario,” Danna says her album represents healing. “I used it to drain everything I had in my heart,” she told Billboard. “That’s why I named it K.O. — because it was like the last punch to the heart during this whole process.” In celebration, the Mexican pop star invites all of her fans to her “breakup party” via a state-of-the-art live stream that includes three stages, 16 dancers, and audiovisual effects, to name a few. The concert will take place at 9:30 p.m. ET on Saturday (Feb. 13) via StreamTime. For more information, click here.
Colombian singer-songwriter Andres Cepeda will premiere the second installment of his “More Songs to Tell” concert series on Feb. 13 at 8 p.m. ET. Throughout the show, Cepeda will not only serenade fans with his biggest hits, he’ll also tell the stories that inspired the tracks. “The new show will include more songs and new stories that I didn’t dare share in the last show either because of modesty or embarrassment,” he said in a statement. The series’ first episode premiered back in December. Fans can purchase tickets here.
Live from The Paramount in Los Angeles, Carla Morrison will serenade her fans on Feb. 14 via a virtual concert. “Morrison’s long-awaited live set will take you on an unforgettable front-row experience, as we celebrate love with significant others, friends and family on Valentine’s day,” according to the event’s official website. “The set will feature classic songs from beloved albums spanning Morrison’s extraordinary career.” Fans can purchase a ticket here to get a link to watch the live stream. Ticket prices start at $18.