Bad Bunny in the Bronx livestreaming exclusive concert

Superstar Bad Bunny was in the Bronx and Upper Manhattan on Sunday, livestreaming an exclusive concert.

News 12 Staff

Sep 21, 2020, 2:37 AM

Updated 1,347 days ago

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Superstar Bad Bunny was in the Bronx and Upper Manhattan on Sunday, livestreaming an exclusive concert.
The show was in partnership with Univision's Uforia and Verizon. 
The president of Univision said the concert was held to celebrate the richness of Latin culture during Hispanic Heritage Month and to commemorate the resilience of Puerto Rico on the third anniversary of Hurricane Maria. 
The spectacular surprise started in the Bronx.  Bad Bunny was on a truck with Yankee Stadium in the background. It was designed to look like a subway car.  The video shows the truck making a left onto the Grand Concourse and also passing by the Bronx County Courthouse
Fans are seen in the back running to catch up with him as he moves along the borough. 
The concert ended at Harlem Hospital on 135th Street and Lenox Avenue where crowds gathered and danced away. 
The whole show lasted about two hours starting at 6 p.m. and ending at 8 p.m.


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