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Don Omar and Prince Royce back to Tampa for Fiesta Maxima

Prince Royce and Don Omar this years entertainment for Fiesta Maxima in Tampa
Prince Royce and Don Omar this years entertainment for Fiesta Maxima in Tampa
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The heat is rising as summer is just around the corner and along with it comes diverse entertainment events. And for the third year the annual Fiesta Maxima brings some of the best top Latin music talent to Tampa Bay - Prince Royce and Don Omar.

The all-time prince of bachata Prince Royce returns to Fiesta Maxima for the second year. He is one of the top bachata singers with numerous nominations and award winner in Latin music awards and currently has 11 nominations for this year's Premios Juventud. The singer, songwriter and record producer has four number one songs on the Billboard Hot Latin Songs chart. His longest number one hit on the charts was "Darte un Beso", from his latest album "Soy el Mismo". Royce is currently one of Telemundo's "La Voz Kids" reality singing competition coach for the second year.

Don Omar, the rey (king) of reggaeton, returns to Tampa Bay with his past and present hits for all his fans. The singer, songwriter, recording artist and actor recorded "Pura Vida" for the 2014 World Cup Pepsi "Beats of the Beautiful Game" album. His songs have been featured in movies and video games - "Los Bandoleros", "Conteo", and "Danza Kuduro" as part of "The Fast and the Furious" series and "Salio el Sol" as part of the soundtrack for Grand Theft Auto 4.

Don Omar is currently working on his next album, "The Last Don 2", at his New Jersey home. So far he has recorded "Deja de Llorar", "Te Recordaré Bailando", "Capo" and "Bailando Bajo el Sol".

Your summer is just about to get hot so don't miss an evening with Prince Royce and Don Omar Saturday, May 17 at 8:30 p.m. at the USF Sun Dome, 4202 East Fowler Avenue in Tampa, Fla. Ticket prices range from $31.95 to $116.95.