Jencarlos Canela was not lying when he said the Grand Slam Party Latino was going to be a big show.
The Marlins Park, on 501 Marlins Way had more than 20 artists of various genres, performing classic songs as well as new ones to a full house of Latin music lovers.
Ricky Martin opened the Saturday night concert with his recent single, Una Mordidita, followed by She Bangs, Pégate and the Cup of Life. Then salsa singer Jerry Rivera took over. Classic salsa was part of the night with performances also by La India, Willie Colon and a tribute to Hector Lavoe.
Fifth Harmony took the stage with Worth It, and Omi later sang and danced to his song, Cheerleader, with a full group of girls dressed as, well, cheerleaders.
A tribute to world peace was held during the show with a pianist playing in the back and slideshows of images of different cities and countries played on the screens.
Laura Pausini, Maluma, Alejandro Sanz, Carlos Vives, Paulina Rubio and Prince Royce were also part of the show, singing three to four songs each for a concert that lasted more than four hours.