The iHeartRadio Fiesta Latina returns to Miami on November 3rd at AmericanAirlines Arena and AT&T customers will receive 48 hours of exclusive access to tickets before they are released to the general public. The fifth installment of the concert will include performances by such stars as Pitbull, Becky G, Nicky Jam, Nacho, and Farruko, among many others soon to be announced. iHeartLatino’s Chairman and Chief Creative Officer Enrique Santos will MC the show for the third consecutive year.
Eligible AT&T customers* will receive exclusive access to tickets before the general public as part of the AT&T THANKS® program. The AT&T THANKS Priority Pre-sale starts tomorrow, Wednesday, August 1st at 10:00 a.m. and ends on Friday, August 3rd at 9:59 a.m. To get your tickets, just download the AT&T THANKS app ** and make your purchase.
Starting in October, iHeartMedia will also kickoff a nationwide campaign to thousands of Latin music fans around the nation a chance to win trips to Miami for the 2018 iHeartRadio Fiesta Latina. Learn more at iHeartRadio.com/fiesta. AT&T is a proud partner of the 2018 iHeartRadio Fiesta Latina.
**Eligible AT&T wireless, TV and Internet customers only. While supplies last. Ticket limits, fees, charges and add’l terms & restr’s apply. Req’s AT&T THANKS app; Data rates may apply. Visit att.com/attthanks for complete details.
**AT&T THANKS App: Data/messaging rates may apply for app download and usage. Req’s compatible device with iOS 10 and higher or Android™ 5.0 and higher.
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