Urban music singer Bad Bunny was among the more than 700,000 people who attended the San Sebastián Street Festival in San Juan last weekend.
And as proof of this, the artist shared several photos and videos of the celebration on his official Instagram account today. “Party,” he wrote in the release.
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In one of the images you can see the “bad bunny” having fun with his face covered among the crowd gathered for the 54th edition of the event that “closes” Christmas in Puerto Rico.
This event went down in history as one of the busiest since the celebrations began in 1970. The capital's mayor, Miguel Romero, confirmed that more than 700,000 people enjoyed the celebrations from Thursday to Sunday.
The festival brought together over 300 artisans from all over the island, most of them in the Ballajá Barracks.
The conclusion of the celebration was led by Wisin, who lit up the stage in the Plaza del Quinto Centenario alongside a long list of guest artists, including Reik, Alexis and Fido, Pedro Capó and Jowell and Randy.
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Andy Montañez, Hermes Croatto, La Tribu de Abrante, Andrés Waldemar, De Plena a Plena, Decimanía, Tuna de Segreles and La Puertorrican Power were also part of the musical offering on the last day of the celebrations.