Fans will have the unique opportunity to travel on a historical journey of the artist’s life through a retrospective exhibition of his career
Miami, FL. (November 21, 2019) – Daddy Yankee’s Barrio Fino album turned 15 this year and a new museum celebrates the rich history of an icon that, with his music, has revolutionized culture worldwide .
“El Jefe” Daddy Yankee Museum , the first pop-up designed and dedicated to honor the King of Reggaeton, will open to the public in San Juan, Puerto Rico, on November 22, 2019 until January 2020.
The museum’s experience highlights the contributions of the “Big Boss” and his music in an impressive exhibition that goes back to his first written successes, until today.
This is the first museum in the world that tells part of the history of reggaeton through the eyes of Daddy Yankee. The 8,000-square-foot exhibit recreates the history of his life in chronological order by recreating part of his neighborhood with set design, important moments of his career and his music, exclusive interviews for the museum, awards, costumes for the artist of unique moments in his career and in the history of the urban genre, and even the events that have led him to be a music icon throughout the world.
This exhibition also has interactive technology where the public can feel those memorable moments of the Puerto Rico icon so that each person can take a personalized memory of this experience.
Limited edition custom caps
Visitors to the museum may have a virtual experience of customizing caps online, limited edition for the museum. Available for sale through a QR Code.
About the exhibition:
Open to the public from Friday, November 22 until January 2020.
Free admission with reservation:
Thursday, November 21, 2019 starting at 12:01 p.m. EST in
Plaza Las Américas, First Level, next to Sears – (Tickets: Red Lobster & Starbucks and / or Banco Popular)
Days and times:
Monday to Thursday 10AM – 7PM
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