Everyone and everything we saw at the Vibra Urbana festival in Orlando
By Matt Keller Lehman and Maitane Orue
Reggaeton fans come from all over to watch their favorite artists perform on one stage at Vibra Urbana last weekend.
Lunay took the stage early Saturday evening, and the Puerto Rican hearthrob had everyone ready. Fans had their flags up and screamed his name. His performance was interactive and it was very evident how important his fans are to him. He walked off stage to sing to the crowd, going so close to fans that he was touching their hands and several times took his phone out to record videos — posting them on his Instagram.
Myke Towers opened with a boom with one of his hits "Si Se Da." Everyone knew the lyrics and the vibe was amazing. He pointed at his fans and sang with them, pointing the microphone to the crowd to hear them sing. He finished off with "La Curiousidad," the perfect way to end his set.
Then it was Arcangel’s time to shine and he made everyone dance to old classics that are unforgettable anthems for the faithful.
Sunday, day two, was packed with not only fans but performances from the new wave of reggaetoneros and veterans of the genre.
Blessd started his set with "Lejanía," one of the songs that put him on the map. His vocals throughout his performance were amazing. Blessd was very passionate about his fans, throwing his shoes and jersey to them. He would go down and sing right in front of the crowd. He music fit the afternoon vibe perfectly.
After everyone got hydrated and ready for the evening's headliners there was a roar on the stage and three motorcycles appeared. The screen started blinking showing everyone that Feid was coming and we had to be ready. He came out singing "Castigo" and the audience was singing right along with him. He sang a bunch of songs from his album FERXXO (VOL 1: M.O.R) and got everyone hyped for the next two artists.
Ivy Queen, the Queen of reggaeton, boomed on stage with "Ya Llego la Queen," strutting around showing everyone she's playing for keeps. Her performance was unbelievable and the crowd was reverent. She finished it off with classic "Yo Quiero Cantar."
Farruko closed the festival and held his own. He sang "Pepas" and everyone went wild. He closed out Vibra Urbana strong with "Nazareno."