Vibra Urbana, the biggest Reggaeton festival in the United States, concluded its run in Orlando after a weekend filled with unforgettable performances. The festival gathered more than 20,000 people at Central Florida Fairgrounds with an all-star lineup, bringing together generations of iconic Reggaeton artists. Following the tremendous success of Vibra Urbana Las Vegas, the festival returned to Orlando entertaining thousands of fans who enjoyed the spectacular lineup which included an array of food trucks, vendors and merchandise unique to Vibra Urbana.
The founders of Vibra Urbana, Ian Ruzal-Bron, Kirk Taboada, Javier Caso, David Adan and Lesty Adan – leaders and veterans of the music and live entertainment industry – have worked tirelessly to position the festival as one of the most emblematic events in Latin music at an international level.
The star-studded lineup featured headliners Farruko, Ivy Queen, Arcángel, Myke Towers and Eladio Carrion plus some of the most coveted Reggaeton acts including Lunay, Feid, Blessd, Tokischa, Ryan Castro, Nio Garcia, Noriel, Kiko El Crazy, Micro TDH, Akapellah, Sahir, Saelo, Etervidos, Dvila, Kendaya, Littlerok, Chris Andrew, Keysha, Nohemy, Gonzy, Jay Oc, Knav and Alex Viasa.
Launched in 2020, Vibra Urbana brought their first major music festival to the city of Miami, revolutionizing the live events scene. Since then, Vibra Urbana has become an iconic festival given its great success.