The Habana Boys media alert

The Habana Boys media alert

Question: What do you get when you cross ll Divo and the Jersey Boys? Answer: The Habana Boys. The talented group is embarking on its first tour of America, and Hialeah Park Casino (2200 E 4th Ave, Hialeah, FL 33013) will be one of the first stops.

The Habana Boys will perform on the Fountain Terrace, located just outside the Hialeah Park Casino on Friday, March 3 and Saturday, March 4 at 10 PM, and on Sunday, March 5 at 4 PM. All three concerts will be free of charge and open to concert-goers of all ages.

There are themes planned for each concert day. Friday night is “Girls Night Out” with Hialeah Park reporter and 93.9 MIA on-air radio personality GiGi Diaz, DJ Salin, and an exclusive free drink special.

Saturday is “Meet-and-Greet Night” with an opportunity to meet The Habana Boys in the Havana Café from 8-10 PM. There will be a special reserved VIP seating area available for the Saturday show and DJ El Russo will spin music before and after the performance.

The Sunday afternoon concert will be “Family Day” with AM 670 La Poderosa and DJ Larry Lopez on hand to provide music and banter.

The Habana Boys – Ian Sanchez Guerra, Rey Reyes Bravo, Yunior Luis Perez Valdez, and Giraldo Carmenate Izaguirre – are all classically-trained singers whose ages range from 22 to 29. Musical director Héctor Manuel Quintana Ferreiro often appears on stage with the group and the choreography is directed by Alberto Concepcion Rodriguez, who operates the Tropicana Club in Havana, Cuba.
Formed in Havana in August 2015, the group’s set list covers operatic pieces such as “Una Furtiva Lagrima” and “O Sole Mio,” Broadway staples from West Side Story and Les Miserables, 50s and 60s standards by The Temptations, The Four Tops, and Jackie Wilson, Cuban standards from the Buena Vista Social Club, and contemporary hits by Gloria Estefan, Alejandro Sanz, and Marc Anthony.

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Hialeah Park began making history in 1922 as the Miami Kennel Club, the first pari-mutuel greyhound track in America, founded by Missouri cattleman James Bright and aviation pioneer Glenn Curtiss. In early 1925, the newly renamed Hialeah Park opened for thoroughbred racing over a one-mile dirt track.

Today Hialeah Park is home to a state-of-the-art casino, which began operations in August of 2013. It features 800 Las Vegas-style slot machines, electronic roulette and blackjack, South Florida’s most popular poker room, several restaurants and cocktail lounges, and seasonal quarter horse racing. Champions Simulcast Center and Sports Bar, on the second floor of the iconic Clubhouse, is open year-round, offering bettors world-class horse racing action from across the United States.

Newly redesigned space is available for weddings, quinces, and special events. The park’s vast outdoor space is also available for events. An official corporate partner of the University of Miami, Hialeah Park is listed as an Audubon Bird Sanctuary and is recorded in the National Register of Historic Places.

With entrances at 100 East 32nd Street and 2200 East 4th Avenue, Hialeah Park is easily accessible from all major Miami highways. The landmark venue is conveniently located just minutes by car from Miami International Airport, South Beach, Downtown Miami, Coral Gables, and Doral.