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Opinion: Rauw Alejandro's "Saturno" World Tour is a space-themed spectacle

Reggaeton artist Rauw Alejandro is currently on tour promoting his album "SATURNO." The tour has been active for three months now, and it has received positive feedback from fans.

Rauw Alejandro's “Saturn” World Tour has become one of the most talked-about tours of the year. Starting in February and running until October of this year, the tour has received high praise from those who have attended. It's not just the music that people are raving about, but the theme of the show and Rauw Alejandro's presentation.

Rauw Alejandro is a Puerto Rican reggaeton artist whose career is on the rise. Since his breakout feature in the song "Toda" in 2018, he has become more well-known, performed globally, and won awards presented by the Billboard Latin Music Awards and iHeartRadio Music Awards. What sets Alejandro apart from other reggaeton artists is his ability to sing and dance in his performances, making him a complete entertainer.

The "Saturno" World Tour started in the United States on March 4 in Tampa, Florida, and will conclude its run on May 6 in Seattle, Washington. The tour's main attraction is its space-themed setting. Rauw Alejandro's latest album, "SATURNO," inspired the tour's theme, with space and the galaxy featured in the album's music videos and cover art. The concert itself is designed to resemble outer space, with Alejandro and his backup dancers wearing space-themed outfits and accessories. Concert-goers have also embraced the theme, donning leather clothing, galaxy colors, and Oakley Radar sunglasses.

One of the things that makes the Saturno World Tour so unique is the performance that Alejandro has prepared for his fans. During the concert, he floats in the air, singing, and the opening act has been particularly noteworthy. In a recent concert in Puerto Rico, Rauw Alejandro flew in as part of an exciting entrance that included a news report and an alien invasion, all culminating in his performance of "PUNTO 40." He has also invited special guests such as the famous dance group The Jabbawockees, as well as El Alfa, Rosalia, Angel Dior, and many others.

The concert's success has been overwhelming, with some shows completely selling out. Raygoza from Billboard notes that the Brooklyn, New York, show on March 24 was completely sold out. The fans who have attended the concert have expressed their satisfaction with the concert on various social media platforms.

One fan tweeted, "The Saturno World Tour was everything I imagined and more. Rauw Alejandro is a true entertainer, and the space-themed setting was a perfect touch.”

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With the tour still ongoing, fans can look forward to experiencing the magic of the “Saturno” World Tour for themselves.