Marc Anthony & Jennifer Lopez Bring Together Spanish-Speaking Networks For Concert Relief

By Editor October 15, 2017 09:50

Marc Anthony & Jennifer Lopez Bring Together Spanish-Speaking Networks For Concert Relief

by Ashley Jimenez

Many celebrities have been stepping up for Puerto Rico and for those who are still suffering from the aftermath of Hurricane Maria.

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Former couple Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony are at the top of that list. The two A-listers alongside the Bronx beauty’s bae, Alex Rodriguez are breaking barriers in bringing together Univision and Telemundo for the first time ever in history for a special benefit concert.

The two major Spanish-language networks are set to broadcast the One Voice: Somos Live!, a concert for disaster relief alongside some of most profound superstars in Latin Music. The Vivir Mi Vida singer is set to hit the stage at the Miami’s Marlins Park stadium live on the east coast, while J.Lo and A-Rod host the NBC soundstage in Los Angeles with a variety of artists. One Voice: Somos Live! is open to the public with tickets ranging from $15 to $50. The concert is set to provide aid for those in Puerto Rico, Florida, Texas, Mexico, and the Caribbean.

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But that’s not all! Anthony and his ex-wife brought along every celebrity friend they knew and created an epic roster of entertainers to give a helping hand. The concert has confirmed Camila CabelloGente de Zona, Nicky Jam, DJ KhaledPrince RoyceRomeo SantosAlejandro Sanz, Daddy Yankee and more to perform live on stage at Marlins Park on Saturday, October 14.

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All the proceeds will go to Unidos for Puerto Rico, Habitat for Humanity, Feeding America, Save the Children, United Way, and UNICEF. Join the broadcast live as you watch your favorite celebrities raise money and make a change in the world.

Source: Latina


By Editor October 15, 2017 09:50

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