96.3- FM Mega’s Calibash, L.A.’s premier Reggaeton/Latin festival returned to the Crypto.com Arena with an all star line-up. For 16 years Calibash has been bringing together the biggest Reggaeton and Latin stars. Day one consisted of Ozuna, Chencho Corleone, Myke Towers, Arcangel, Ivy Queen, Jhayco, and Nio Garcia. Day two’s lineup was Karol G, Farruko, Becky G, Feid, and Blessd. Day two was originally scheduled to be closed by Sech but with a last minute cancellation Chencho closed. Zion & Lennox also canceled as well. Night two totaled three hours plus an opening DJ set from DJ Eddie One. With so many acts on the lineup, a revolving stage was used and the set times were 20 to 45 minutes with Farruko and Karol G having the longest sets. With this being Becky G’s hometown show she shouted out “What’s up, Los Angeles.” “It’s so good to be home.” Two months earlier Becky G was nominated for four Latin Grammys and it was announced today she had been nominated for an astonishing nine Premio Lo Nuestro Awards.
Becky G’s set included hits like “NO MIENTEN” “Mayores,” “Ya acabó,” which Marca MP joined in for. The closing song was “Bailé Con Mi Ex” from her newest album Esquemas. A fan passed along a Mexico flag which she proudly wore as her family comes from Jalisco, Mexico. Farruko hailing from Puerto Rico took the stage after. Farruko has collaborated with Don Omar, Daddy Yankee, and J. Balvin. Farruko came out in a camo outfit. Farruko announced in Miami, FL he would be retiring from music at just the age of 31. Like Becky G, Farruko was thrown a flag to wear but this one was the Puerto Rico flag. Farruko’s set included “Pepas,” “Calma,” “Viaje,” and “La Toxica” was the final song which ended with confetti.
Karol G, today’s queen of Reggaeton came out with her all female band and dancers with two male dancers. Karol G came out sporting a Lakers Jersey. Karol G’s set was full of hits like “MAMIII,” “BITCHOTA,” “GATUBELA.” “Provenza” was the closing song.