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The best moments from Day 1 of Sueños 2023 – Billboard

The 2023 edition of Sueños opened with performances by FEED, Wisin & Yandel, El Alfa, Ivy Queen, Gera MX, Paopao and many more.

Unofficially the start of summer, the first day of music festivals in Chicago had it all: old-school pareos with Chancho, girl-power with the ever-fierce Ivy Queen, and even Chicago’s new mayor an emotional speech from Brandon Johnson,

“As long as I am mayor of Chicago, Sueños will always be there,” the newly elected leader said in front of a cheering crowd.

There are notably all-Latin Sueños happening in downtown Grant Park over Memorial Day weekend (May 27-28). Among the founders of Mexico’s Baja Beach Fest, Sueños made their debut in 2022 alongside headlining acts J Balvin, Ozuna and Farruko. Returning acts include Puerto Rican rapper Maike Towers, Dominican dembo purveyor El Alfa, as well as reggaeton pioneers Wisin & Yandel.

“We are thrilled to be back in Chicago for our second annual Sueños celebration,” Aaron Ampudia And Chris Den Uijelco-founder of Suenos, previously reported Billboard Español. “Last year was such a moment, you could feel the energy and excitement from the fans no matter where you were at the festival. It felt like we were there celebrating Latin music and culture with Chicago’s thriving Latino community – and this year we’re bringing even more.

For the second year in a row, Wisin & Yandel – or as they became known as “El Duo de la Historia” – helped close the festival. The Puerto Rican hitmakers took fans down memory lane, performing all their reggaeton hits like “Abusadora,” “El Telefono” and “Pam Pam,” to name a few.

Watch the best moments from Saturday below.

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