After opening acts Lyanno and Eladio Carrión, Balvin appeared on stage to perform “Reggaeton” followed by “Machika,” “Con Altura,” “Ahora” and “X”. Then, he paused.
“Here you have Jose, not J Balvin,” the artist said. “A person who is equal to you too. Welcome to Arcoiris, a happy world. A world full of peace, even for two hours of show, because just like you I also have my problems.
For the show, Balvin made changes to the logistics, such as including a second stage and having a rainbow in the middle of the arena.
His repertoire also included songs like “Ginza,” “Say My Name,” “No Es Justo,” “I like it,” “Si Tu Novio Te Deja Sola,” along with music from Oasis, his collab album with Bad Bunny, which came out months after his appearance in Coachella in April.
Where’s what else happened at Balvin’s Miami show.
New Merch: J Balvin x Guess
Fans could enjoy the new merchandise and custom designs of his Guess clothing line that was released, along with the Arcoiris tour.
Best Speech About Mental Health
“I want to remind each of you that everything goes away, that bad things go away. Maybe it’s a dark moment, maybe you don’t see a solution but it will go away. We are not alone. There are no others, there are us.”
Special guest Anuel AA
J Balvin’s surprise guest was Puerto Rican trap singer Anuel AA. Together they performed “China,” their only song together… so far.
Honoring Reggaeton from Puerto Rico
J Balvin has always recognized that the reggaeton culture was born in Puerto Rico, and for that reason he plays old school songs such as “Oye Mi Canto,” “Rakata” by Wisin & Yandel and Daddy Yankee’s “Gasolina.”
Receives RIAA Certification
Universal Music Latin Entertainment surprised J Balvin with a two-times platinum RIAA certification plaque.
Balvin’s Arcoiris tour will continue on Sept. 20 in Detroit.