Camila Cabello will perform in October in Puerto Rico to close Latin American tour

Cuban-American singer Camila Cabello will perform for the first time in Puerto Rico on October 23, and with her performance in Latin America she will close her concert tour, “Never Be The Same,” today announced the production of the show.

It will be at the José María Agrelot Coliseum in San Juan, where the 21-year-old artist and former member of the Fifth Harmony group will perform her greatest hits, among them, “Havana”, which managed to obtain 888 million views on Spotify, becoming thus in the first Latin woman to obtain that mark.

Likewise, the topic was placed at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 list in the United States and in other countries, such as Canada, Australia and the United Kingdom.

In addition, in January 2018, Cabello released his debut solo album “Camila”, which debuted at number 1 in Canada and Billboard 200 in the United States.

Part of the proceeds of his concert in Puerto Rico, produced by Alejandro Pabón for Move Concerts Puerto Rico, will go to the global humanitarian organization Save the Children’s Hurricane, Maria Relief Fund.

Currently, Save the Children works throughout Puerto Rico, providing emotional support to children and families affected by Hurricane Maria, and helping to ensure that children have access to education.

The ticket sale of the show will start next day 17.

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