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Back Together!

Romeo Santos is ready for the Aventura reunion tour but is enjoying his time home with his ‘baby boy’

The Kings of Bachata are back for an at-home concert for Bud Light Seltzer’s Your Flavor. Your Show ahead of their reunion tour

 Romeo Santos  and Aventura are getting back together sooner than fans expected! On Friday, May 8, the Kings of Bachata will reunite for the kickoff of Bud Light Seltzer’s Your Flavor. Your Show concert series. Romeo, who is quarantining in New York, called the at-home concert series an “Oasis” during these crazy times. Romeo, Henry Santos, Lenny Santos, Max Santos and Toby Love were set to hit the road this year but had to postpone the dates because of coronavirus. What does the group have in store for the fans? “The same adrenaline, nostalgia and great chemistry that they’re used to,” the 38-year-old tells HOLA! USA.

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Aventura will reunite to perform for the Bud Light Seltzer Sessions

The same sentiments go for the band, who had plans to get together later this year to prep for the show. “Once we begin [rehearsals], I’m sure it will be a blast prepping with the fellas,” the La Demanda singer says. When the guys finally get back together, it will be a sweet reunion for them as well. “Unfortunately for the fans, though we love each other dearly, we barely hang out,” he adds. “On our free time we need a break.”

And as for the Aventura song he is looking forward to performing the most, “I honestly can’t choose one,” he shares. “It’s like telling you who’s my favorite child.” Aventura’s extended break has come with a silver-lining for the fans as Romeo has been staying creative. “I’ve been writing, spending time in the studio, doing new music.”

Romeo Santos talks, fatherhood©@romeosantos
The 38-year-old opens up about fatherhood

The most important thing he’s been focused on – fatherhood. The Eres Mia singer is proud dad to 18-year-old Alex and one-year-old Valentino. Lucky for the little prince, he’s getting some quality time with his father. “I spend my entire day with my one-year-old baby boy at home,” he says. “I’m lucky to quarantine with him. It’s a blessing and a sign that from a negative situation you could always find something positive. If I had I been touring, I would not have been able to be with my baby as much.”