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Nicky Jam, Camilo, and Bizarrap are among Billboard Latin Music Week Special Guests

Camilo, Bizarrap, and Nicky Jam will be performing on Billboard Latin Music Week, a week dedicated exclusively to celebrating Latin music and culture. Romeo Santos, Blessd, Kunno, Jenni Rivera’s sons, Luis R Conriquez, Eslabón Armado, Yahritza y Su Esencia, and Ovy On The Drums have also been confirmed for the festival that will be taking place on September 26th-30th at the Faena Forum in Miami. 

“We couldn’t be more excited to return to Miami for the world’s biggest celebration of Latin Music,” said Mike Van, president of Billboard. “Billboard is the global authority in music charting, and it’s been amazing to witness the proliferation of Latin artists excelling beyond genre-specific charts and into the mainstream. Billboard remains committed to celebrating artists and creating one-of-a-kind experiences that connect them to their passionate fans. We are eager to continue to build upon the experience and are proud of Billboard’s legacy of supporting Latin Music and its undeniable impact on music and culture.”

Tickets are already available on the website BillboardLatinMusicWeek.com and registration is also open, which is why more artists are expected to be announced over the following weeks. The General Admission Pass includes full conference access, access to networking events, access to Morning, and free guaranteed general admission to all Oasis concerts for $645. The VIP Pass includes one Billboard Latin Music Award ticket per VIP pass, a Latin Music Week merchandise gift at registration, a custom Latin Music Week badge, and access to an exclusive Billboard ChartStars digital collectible (NFT) for Latin Music Week VIPs prior to the event for $845.  

The Billboard Latin Music Week was previously known as the Billboard Latin Music Conference, and it has been held for 30 years with the purpose of honoring and uniting Latin talent with fans and professionals. The gala will be broadcast live on Telemundo and Universo in the United States and on Telemundo Internacional in Latin America and the Caribbean.

The 2021 edition included Q&A sessions with Daddy Yankee and Karol G, as well as performances by Anitta, Rauw Alejandro, and Natti Natasha. In 2022, the event will be held as part of Hispanic Heritage Month this year, and it will coincide with the Billboard Latin Music Awards, to be held on September 29th in Miami.

The 2022 edition of the event is themed “Latin Goes Global” and will include Billboard’s En Vivo concert series at Oasis. It will also serve to celebrate the launch of the Billboard Español website. Leila Cobo, vice president of Latin Billboard, explained that the new website will be “completely in Spanish, which will further cement our position as the ultimate authority on Latin music.” 

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