The 2020 iHeartRadio Fiesta Latina might have looked a little different this year, but the annual show was still filled with amazing performances and moments celebrating the best in Latin culture and music as Hispanic Heritage Month winds down.
Hosted by iHeartRadio's Enrique Santos from a Miami rooftop, the virtual concert featured performances from Ozuna, Prince Royce, Anitta, Manuel Turizo, Myke Towers, Camilo and Nicky Jam — who also received the 2020 iHeartRadio Corazón Latino Award Presented by Ally — as they (safely) performed on public transportation, from their own homes and in other locations.
In case you missed it, or you just want to relive all of the incredible performances, the 2020 iHeartRadio Fiesta Latina is available as a one-hour special through October 15 via Hulu.
Take a look at all of the must-see moments from this year's iHeartRadio Fiesta Latina.
Nicky Jam performed all of his biggest hits from a rooftop & accepted this year's iHeartRadio Corazón Latino Award Presented by Ally
Nicky Jam treated fans to a performance of some of his biggest hits including "El Perdón," "X," "Hasta Amanecer" and more, and also accepted this year's iHeartRadio Corazón Latino Award Presented by Ally. The singer was recognized for his relief efforts following Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico and helping less fortunate families in Colombia, among other ways he's given back to the Hispanic community over the years.
In his acceptance speech, Nicky said, "I appreciate it so much. Thank you, you know I love iHeartRadio, I love you guys, I love you, I love all the Latinos, everybody [who has given me] support. I appreciate you guys so much and all I wanna do is just keep doing music for you guys and keep making you guys fall in love with my music, and that's all I need. God bless you all."
Ozuna closed out the show with a dance-inducing performance
In a dimly-lit living room setting, Ozuna performed many of the songs that just make everyone want to dance, including "Playa Y Arena," "Caramelo," "Despeinada," "Baila Baila Baila" and "Mamacita."
Prince Royce reunited with his band during his performance
Prince Royce reunited with his band (safely as they all wore face masks) to perform songs including "Corazón Sin Cara," "Cúrame," "Morir Solo," "La Carretera," "Carita De Inocente," "El Clavo," "Lotería" and "Darte Un Beso."
Myke Towers took over Miami public transportation and airport
Myke Towers took over a Miami metro train/Miami Airport with a group of dancers (including Ballerinas) to perform his songs "Diosa," "Ronca," "Girl," "La Curiosidad" and "Llegará."
Camilo shared a glimpse into his home as he performed acoustically
Camilo gave an intimate performance from his home with his acoustic guitars as he performed "Favorito," "Tutu," "La Mitad" and "Tattoo."
Manuel Turizo took over a rooftop & debuted a new song
Manuel Turizo performed on a rooftop parking garage (with his dancers who were all wearing face masks) as he sang songs like "Quiéreme Mientras Se Pueda," "Te Quemaste," "Vaina Loca" and brand new song "La Nota."
Anitta brought all the dance moves on her own stage
Anitta performed on her own stage with her name in lights as she whipped out all the booty-shaking dance moves as she performed songs including "Desce Pro Play (Pa Pa Pa)," "Me Gusta" and "Tócame."
Nicky Jam and Prince Royce explained why it's so important to vote in the upcoming election
Speaking to Enrique Santos, Nicky Jam explained, "It's very important. We gotta make sure we know what's good for our future, for our our kids and for our country. So, it's very important. If you don't vote, it doesn't count." Prince Royce added, "Register and vote and be heard."
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