Chyno And Nacho Return To The Stage With ‘Eterno Tour’

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Seven years after going their separate ways, Venezuelan pop duo Chyno and Nacho are returning to the stage for the “Eterno Tour,” a brief trek promoted by Miami-based entertainment company Loud And Live and includes shows in the U.S. and Puerto Rico.

“We are very excited for the return of the iconic duo Chyno and Nacho, and we are proud to be able to offer their beloved audience this reunion with the ‘Eternos Tour,’” Nelson Albareda, CEO of Loud And Live, said in a statement.

The Latin Grammy-winning duo will open the tour on Sept. 28 at Hard Rock Live at Seminole Hard Hotel and Casino in Hollywood, Florida, and stop by Coca-Cola Music Hall in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Houston’s Smart Financial Center and The Theater at MSG in New York City before wrapping up at Kia Center in Orlando, Florida, on Nov. 24.

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“‘Eternos Tour’ is a dream come true. We are eager to live this new adventure and bring back the magic that has always characterized the duo,” Nacho said in the tour announcement.

Chyno also expressed his enthusiasm for the reunion tour and said, “The moment we had been waiting for so long has arrived, and I celebrate the fact that ‘Eternos Tour’ is the return of a new phase full of good music and great surprises.”

Chyno and Nacho also dropped new music on Friday and released their latest single, “Tu Nombre” (“Your Name”). The duo have more than six million monthly listeners on Spotify and their biggest hits are “Andas En Mi Cabeza,” a song featuring Daddy Yankee that has garnered more than 600 million streams on Spotify, and “Niña Bonita,” which surpassed 266 million streams.