Bad Bunny put together a great summer party at AT&T Stadium

Bad Bunny presented his globally popular “World’s Hottest Tour” on Friday, September 9 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

The musical party of the “Bad Rabbit” in Dallas, transported for a few hours, through the scenery of a beach and giant screens, the thousands of attendees who packed the venue to a paradisiacal endless summer day in the Caribbean.

Accompanied by palm trees, a red and white cooler, a beach chair, a glass in his hand and a microphone in the shape of his emblematic heart, Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio, name of the Puerto Rican singer, began the concert with his song “Moscow Mule” promptly at 8:30 pm

Before the “Bad Rabbit” entered the stage, the DJ’s Alesso & Diplo were opening acts preparing the public for a night of “intense twerking”.

The Cowboys’ house became a great summer party where many of the attendees wore looks inspired by Bad Bunny’s dancers and videos. Hairstyles with braids, brooches in the shape of butterflies, buns with colored garters and more were seen throughout the halls of the stadium. Being a summer party, retro-style phosphorescent swimsuits and beachwear with their contemporary touch could not be missing from that runway of looks.

Hundreds of fans also wore the “bucket hat” that became an icon of the Puerto Rican artist, this one is khaki, with a drawing of an animated heart. Among the public, people were also seen wearing botargas of the Puerto Rican’s iconic heart.

To further create a party atmosphere, at the entrance of the stadium each person was given a bracelet that was activated to the rhythm of the music and was synchronized with that of all the fans. It was not until minutes after the Latin singer sang “Party” that the bracelet was activated with a red light.

Bad Bunny has won more than 24 music awards in his six-year career and was named Artist of the Year at the MTV Video Music Awards this year, making him the first non-English-speaking musician to receive this award, according to the LA Times.

The Puerto Rican had the singer Chencho Corleone, also of Puerto Rican origin, as a guest on stage and together they were in charge of making their fans from North Texas dance with their popular song “Me porto bonito”. People couldn’t help but dance and chant when they heard “You’re not a little baby, you’re a little baby” a very popular verse among fans in recent months.

He wore a single wardrobe, which consisted of a suit with the same pattern in green and yellow, underneath he wore a white undershirt, a colored necklace and white tennis shoes.

Benito, as many of his fans affectionately call him, at one point during the concert he climbed on a floating palm tree and took a walk through the AT&T Stadium while singing “La Canción” for his fans. During that journey in the palm tree, the Puerto Rican greeted his fans from above. It was at that moment that the cry of “Benito, Benito, Benito” was heard throughout the stadium and the singer stopped to thank and enjoy the gesture of the thousands of concertgoers.

This evening could not miss the fans who went with shark botarga, who waited for their moment when listening to the song “Safaera” where a stanza says, “Mami, what do you want?” Here comes your shark. I want to perrearte and smoke a blunt.

This was Bad Bunny’s last stop in Texas on this tour and during a break between songs the singer greeted the different nationalities present in the audience, especially his Puerto Rican compatriots who are one of the largest communities in the area.

“Let the Puerto Ricans sit in Dallas,” shouted Bad Bunny euphorically.

After greeting his countrymen, he sang “El Apagón” a song that refers to the electricity blackouts on the Puerto Rican island and how Puerto Ricans live. During this success, both the stage and the screens were completely blacked out.

To end his night in Dallas, the Bad Rabbit made a stir on stage with his song “After the beach” where he danced barefoot and ran singing for his fans while they jumped to the rhythm of the music.

Grateful for the energy and dedication of the fans throughout the night, the Puerto Rican singer said goodbye at around 11 pm and thus those summer hours in September came to an end.

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Bad Bunny put together a great summer party at AT&T Stadium