Romeo Santos Is Making Dreams Come True Onstage on His New Tour

Romeo Santos Is Making Dreams Come True Onstage on His New Tour

Romeo Santos has officially kicked off the North American leg of his “Fórmula, Vol. 3” tour. On June 3, the 41-year-old Grammy-nominated singer performed at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, CA, for the first time in front of a sold-out audience of more than 30,000 fans — and it’s clear why he’s the “King of Bachata.” Between his sensual lyrics and intoxicating stage presence, Santos had the audience captivated for two straight hours as he took fans on a literal journey of his discography, singing hit after hit.

Santos began his set with “El Pañuelo” before launching into a medley of songs that included “La Diabla,” “Eres Mía,” “Mar,” “Cancioncitas de Amor,” and “Odio.” “For me, it is an honor, an immense pleasure to be with so many beautiful people tonight,” Santos told the crowd in Spanish. “You guys could have been anywhere, anywhere. You could be elsewhere on a beautiful Saturday night, but you’re here tonight with me, and that means a lot.”

“I have a 25-year trajectory, thanks to you,” he continued in Spanish. “First, thanks to God, and then, you all. Filling up arenas and filling up stadiums, you guys maintain the ‘King of Bachata’ in my musical genre, and I love you for that.”

While no special guests joined Santos on stage this time around, he made sure the night was all about his fans as he blew kisses and showed off his signature booty shake several times throughout the night. At one point, the bachata crooner even gifted his custom leather jacket to a lucky audience member. “This jacket is very expensive, but to me, you are far more valuable than this sh*t,” Santos told the fan as he took off the jacket and handed it to the fan.

Another highlight of the night was when Santos made another fan’s dream come true by bringing him up on stage to perform “Ella y Yo,” Aventura’s hit song with Don Omar. “James, OK, you know all my sh*t. You know all my songs? You sure? Don’t be f*cking lying! You got this?” Santos asked as he proceeded to test James by asking him to finish the lyrics to his songs. James passed his test with flying colors, and the two delivered a passionate performance that earned him a selfie with the “King of Bachata” himself.


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♬ original sound – James Arthur Irvine

Santos belted out nearly 40 songs on Saturday, closing out the night with an encore of “Sus Huellas” and “Propuesta Indecente.” But the surprises didn’t stop there. During the show, Santos also announced that he’ll be returning to Inglewood, CA, on Oct. 8 to perform at the Kia Forum, marking his seventh time performing at the venue. Santos recently extended his tour by adding 22 more dates. His next show is on June 9 at Citi Field in Queens, NY, with the tour wrapping up in Toronto on Nov. 25.

Ahead, see pictures from Santos’s show at SoFi Stadium, as well as the official set list from his tour.

What to Know If You Attend the “Fórmula, Vol. 3” Tour

The start time listed on the tickets is 7 p.m., but Santos doesn’t actually hit the stage until 9 p.m. It’s probably a good idea to get there early, though, if you want to grab a drink or some food. There really isn’t much of a break once he hits the stage, so we suggest going to the bathroom before the show starts. Also, you’ll probably be standing the entire night, so definitely wear comfortable shoes.

“Fórmula, Vol. 3” Tour Set List

  1. “El Pañuelo”
  2. “La Diabla”
  3. “Eres Mía”
  4. “Mar”
  5. “Cancioncitas de Amor”
  6. “Odio”
  7. “Inmortal”
  8. “Ayúdame”
  9. “Promise”
  10. “Bebo”
  11. “Imitadora”
  12. “Necio”
  13. “Perro”
  14. “Llévame Contigo”
  15. “Sobredosis”
  16. “SIRI”
  17. “Volví”
  18. “Ella Quiere Beber”
  19. “El Farsante”
  20. “Noche De Sexo”
  21. “X Si Volvemos”
  22. “Suegra”
  23. “Boomerang”
  24. “Solo Conmigo”
  25. “Hilito”
  26. “Enseñame a Olvidar”
  27. “R.I.P.”
  28. “Ella y Yo”
  29. “El Malo”
  30. “Todavia Me Amas”
  31. “Amor de Madre”
  32. “Por Un Segundo”
  33. “Los Infieles”
  34. “La Boda”
  35. “Mi Corazoncito”
  36. “Un Beso”
  37. “Despedida”
  38. “Sus Huellas”
  39. “Propuesta Indecente”

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