Enrique Iglesias, Luis Fonsi, Pitbull and the legendary Gloria Trevi are among the Latin music stars coming to Miami stages this season.
▪ ADRIENNE ARSHT CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS, 1300 Biscayne Blvd., downtown Miami. Tickets through arshtcenter.org.
April 20: Grammy-winning pianist and jazz musician Chucho Valdés leads Irakere 45, a compendium of Afro-Cuban sounds celebrating his band, Irakere.
▪ AMERICANAIRLINES ARENA, 601 Biscayne Blvd., downtown Miami. Tickets through Ticketmaster.
Sept. 19: Puerto Rican singer-songwriter Nicky Jam, whose “Hasta la Amanecer” has swept the airwaves, returns to the U.S. on his “The Winner Tour” tour.
Sept. 28: Mexican pop legends Gloria Trevi and Alejandra Guzman perform together for the first time.
Sept. 30: Hometown heroes Enrique Iglesias and Pitbull, accompanied by the band CNCO.
Oct. 8: Amor a la Música concert, organized by Univision, with appearances by Chayanne, Daddy Yankee, Wisin, Ozuna, Bad Bunny, Carlos Rivera and Christian Nodal.
Oct. 13: J Balvin brings his contagious rhythm to Miami.
Oct. 14: Guatemala’s romantic Ricardo Arjona comes to South Florida as part of his Circo de Soledad tour.
Nov. 17-18: If you’ve missed Marc Anthony on stage, this is your chance.
Jan. 12: Colombian superstar Shakira brings her El Dorado world tour, showcasing hits from her new album as well as familiar favorites.
▪ FILLMORE MIAMI BEACH AT JACKIE GLEASON THEATER, 1700 Washington Ave. Tickets through livenation.com.
Sept 9: Colombian singer-songwriter Andrés Cepeda, accompanied by Kany Garcia.
Sept. 23: Grammy Award winner Rosario Flores showcases songs from her 13th album, “Gloria,” and others.
Sept. 24: Panamanian-born new wave musician Miguel Bosé celebrates his 40th year of performing.
Sept. 28: Mexico’s Café Tacvba takes the stage.
Dec. 16: Venezuela’s Chyno Miranda performs alongside tropical band Guaco.
▪ JAMES L. KNIGHT CENTER, 400 SE Second Ave., downtown Miami. Tickets through jlkc.com.
Oct. 13: Spain’s Isabel Pantoja presents her greatest hits, along with songs from a new album composed and produced by the late Mexican artist Juan Gabriel.
Oct. 19: Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame Musa Awards will feature performances by artists such as Carlos Vives, Wisin, Charlie Zaa, Camilo Sesto, Ana Gabriel, Erika Ender and Horacio Palencia.
Oct. 27: Mexican singer Ana Gabriel reprises her many award-winning songs.
Nov. 4: Dance and music swing the stage when the legendary Puerto Rico orchestra El Gran Combo celebrates its 55th anniversary.
Feb. 10: Puerto Rican singer Gilberto Santa Rosa celebrates his four decades of music.
▪ MIAMI-DADE COUNTY AUDITORIUM, 2901 W Flagler St., Miami. Tickets through www.miamidadecountyauditorium.org.
Sept. 10: Composer and pianist José Negroni takes the audience on a journey through Spain with “Las Zarzuelas, Canciones del Arte Popular.”
Oct. 21: Cuba’s Maggie Carlés and Spanish singer Falete celebrate her 50-year-long musical career.
Dec. 9: “Celia,’’ a musical production by Jeffry Batista and Gonzalo Rodríguez, celebrates the life and career of the late Queen of Salsa.
▪ SEMINOLE HARD ROCK HOTEL & CASINO, 1 Seminole Way, near Hollywood.
Oct: 28: Legendary guitarist Carlos Santana brings his band to Hollywood — our Hollywood.