Registration & ticket sales now open for the weeklong celebration culminating in the Billboard Latin Music Awards.
LatinFest+ presented by Billboard and Telemundo is gearing up for a three-day event and panel series that will unite Latin music’s top artists and industry leaders taking place from April 20 to 23 in Las Vegas.
Grammy award-winning Regional Mexican group Los Tigres del Norte's already confirmed for an exclusive panel conversation at the 2020 LatinFest+, formerly known as Billboard Latin Music Week.
Los Tigres will discuss, among other topics, the making of their acclaimed Netflix documentary, Los Tigres del Norte at Folsom Prison, in a panel that will also include producer Zach Horowitz and Ralph Diaz, the Secretary of the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation for the state of California.
Other stars confirmed so far to participate at LatinFest+ by Billboard and Telemundo include Ozuna, J Balvin, Rosalia, Sech and Cazzu. Registration for 2020 LatinFest+ is already open at http://latinfestplus.com.
The inaugural Latinfest+ also marks the 30th anniversary of Billboard’s Latin Music Conference, the longest-running and biggest Latin music gathering in the world. Latinfest+ will be an immersive, week-long experience for the Latin entertainment industry, artists, executives and fans and will include superstar conversations, industry panels and workshops, celebrity fireside chats, live concerts, fan experiences and live activations of some of Billboard’s most celebrated franchises, including On the Rise and Growing Up Latino.
The three-day music event culminates with the 2020 Billboard Latin Music Awards, which will air live April 23 on Telemundo. Finalists for the awards will be announced in February.
On Hot Latin Songs chart, panel speakers Los Tigres del Norte has 66 charted titles, 20 of which went to Top 10 and two of those that hit No. 1. From “La Mesa del Rincon” to “La Granja,” check out the list below.
“La Mesa del Rincon” peaked at No. 9 on chart dated Oct. 1, 1994
“La Fama de la Pareja” peaked at No. 5 on chart dated April 25, 1995
“El Ejemplo” peaked at No. 6 on chart dated July 8, 1995
“Golpes en el Corazón” peaked at No. 2 on chart dated Sept. 16, 1995
“El Circo” peaked at No. 1 on chart dated May 11, 1996
“El Reportero” peaked at No. 2 on chart dated Aug. 3, 1996
“Cuestion Olvidada” peaked at No. 3 on chart dated Oct. 12, 1996
“No Pude Enamorarme Mas” peaked at No. 2 on chart dated Jan. 25, 1997
“Mi Sangre Prisionera” peaked at No. 2 on chart dated May 3, 1997
“Unidos Para Siempre” peaked at No. 3 on chart dated May 17, 1997
“El Mojado Acaudalado” peaked at No. 1 on chart dated July 19, 1997
“Jefe de Jefes” peaked at No. 4 on chart dated Aug. 30, 1997
“Lagrimas” peaked at No. 7 on chart dated July 31, 1999
“De Paisano a Paisano” peaked at No. 7 on chart dated Nov. 25, 2000
“La Reina del Sur” peaked at No. 9 on chart dated Nov. 23, 2002
“Mi Soldado” peaked at No. 4 on chart dated April 12, 2003
“La Sorpresa” peaked at No. 3 on chart dated March 26, 2005
“Señor Locutor” peaked at No. 10 on chart dated April 22, 2006
“Detalles” peaked at No. 4 on chart dated April 7, 2007
“La Granja” peaked at No. 5 on chart dated Oct. 3, 2009