SERVANDO & FLORENTINO BACK ON STAGE

Their “En Tu Ciudad Tour” begins in September in Puerto Rico

TICKETS WILL BE ON PRE-SALE FEBRUARY 24.

GENERAL SALE STARTS FEBRUARY 25.

MIAMI, February 23, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — loud and livethe entertainment, marketing and media company based in South Floridaannounced today the return to the stage of the famous Venezuelan duo Servando y Florentino with their new tour entitled Visit of En Tu Ciudad. The long-awaited tour will begin in San Juan, Puerto Ricoto friday september 9and will visit several towns in United Statesconcluding in Los Angeles, California. Among the main cities they will visit are Miami, Orlando, new York, Chicago, dallas and Houston.

Servando and Florentino “En Tu Ciudad Tour”

EL DÚO SERVANDO Y FLORENTINO REGRESA A LOS SCENARIOS CON SU NUEVA GIRA “EN CAMBIO TOUR”.

“Loud And Live is proud to present the tour of this talented songwriter-performer duo”, noted Nelson Albaredatwice Latin GRAMMY®– and single GRAMMY®– winning producer. as founder and CEO of the tour’s production company, Loud And Live. “I have no doubt that their audience will welcome them with open arms.”

The brother duo started singing in 1993 as part of Salserín, a musical group, which became independent in 1997. Since then they have achieved great success as singers, composers and music producers, being recognized with nominations for the Latin GRAMMY.® and the Premio Lo Nuestro®among other important awards.

They have collaborated with great artists such as Ricardo MontanerOscar D’Leon, Franco DeVitaGuaynaa, Becky G, Bad Bunny, Ricky MartinMalouma, Enrique Iglesias, Reik, JLo and J Balvin, among others. The tour’s repertoire will include their most recent hits such as “Te Encontro” and “Los Cachos”, as well as classics from their repertoire: “Una Fan Enamorada”, “Una Canción Que Te Enamore”, “Muchacho Solitario” and “Aliviame”.

Tickets for IN TU CIUDAD TOUR will be on PRE-SALE on Thursday February 24 at 10 a.m. (local time) and on general sale at Friday February 25 from 10 a.m. (Local hour). Tickets will be on sale at theater ticket offices and on the various ticketing platforms. For more information, visit ENTUCIUDADTOUR.com.

About Loud And Live:
An entertainment, marketing, media and live events company, Loud And Live performs at the intersection of music, sports, lifestyle and content development. Based in Miami with additional offices in San Francisco, Puerto Rico, In Mexico and Spain, Loud And Live is driven by its passion for creating engaging experiences for a global audience.

About Servando and Florentino:
Servando Moriche Primera Mussett: born in CaracasCapital District, Venezuelato August 27, 1980, he is a musician, singer, songwriter and actor. At the age of 12, he won the youngest composer award for the song “Bella ladrona”. For many years he enjoyed success in the world of composition, being responsible for international hits such as: “La Reina” by Christina Aguilera; “Telepathy” by Kali Uchis; “Mayores” by Becky G feat. BadBunny; “It Takes Nothing From Me” by Ricky Martin feat. Malama; “El Baño” by Enrique Iglesias feat. Bad Bunny; “Felices los cuatro” by Maluma; “Friends with Benefits” by Reik feat. Malama; “Baila Conmigo” by JLo and “El Peor” by Chyno feat. J Balvin, are just a few of them.

Florentino Primera Mussett: Born in Acarigua, Portugal, Venezuelato August 31, 1981, he is a musician, singer, songwriter and producer. During this “break” as a duo, they were responsible for producing cultural and musical events, among which “Watuyusei” stands out in the state of Falcón. At present, he is the composer of the next songs of Mark Anthony and Chayanna, while his composition “La mitad” by Nacho, Mike Bahía and Carlos is successful on digital platforms.

Servando y Florentino "En Tu Ciudad Tour"

Servando and Florentino “En Tu Ciudad Tour”

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