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Ozuna returns to a sold-out show at the El Paso County Coliseum

Catherine Ramirez, Contributor

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Ozuna performs at the El Paso County Coliseum on Thursday, Oct. 25 for his Aura tour.

Ozuna returned to the  El Paso County Coliseum to a sold-out show for the second time as hundreds of fans sang and danced to the reggaeton and Latin trap singer’s hits as part of his “Aura” 2018 tour on Oct. 25.

Doors opened at 7 p.m. to allow the lines of Ozuna fans into the Coliseum to find their seats and get settled in.

Fans became restless as background music played until about 9 p.m. when the room turned dark and a roar of screams and applause shook the Coliseum.

Ozuna appeared under deep purple lights with his signature logo of a bear posted on a screen behind him.

“Good evening Latinos,” Ozuna screamed in Spanish as he walked out to the stage and began the show with his “Aura” song.

The Puerto Rican performed his hit songs including “Unica”, “La Modelo”, “Tu Foto”, “Me dijeron”, “Criminal” and the crowd’s favorite, “Te Bote.”

Ozuna invited a young girl during his performance of “Una flor” who previously gifted him with a bouquet of flowers.

Throughout the performance Ozuna continued to sing and dance around the stage inviting his fans to do the same, periodically throwing out kisses to the crowd.

The “Aura” show had special effects that added to the intensity of Ozuna’s performance with occasional bursts of flames and sparks.

Although Ozuna did not have any musical special guests he improvised and sang a few lyrics from his collaborated songs that featured other artists.

The singer closed off the night with his performance of “Taki Taki” as the crowd was showered in confetti to celebrate the evening.

Ozuna was awarded Latin artist of the year at the Latin Billboard Music Awards in April 2018, along with his previous album “Odisea” winning top Latin album of the year.

The Puerto Rican singer is currently featured in nine songs on the Billboards’ Hot Latin Song chart including the number one song on the chart “Taki Taki” by DJ Snake featuring Ozuna, Cardi B and Selena Gomez.

Currently, Ozuna has two albums to his name “Odisea” released in Aug. 2017 and “Aura” released in Aug. 2018.

The singer’s previous visit to El Paso was in Nov. 2017, when he performed a sold-out show for his “Odisea Society USA” tour.

Ozuna’s “Aura” tour kicked off Sep. 7 in Atlanta and will end in Greensboro, NC on Dec. 15 with a total of 29 shows.

 

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