In the past 14 months, Camilo Echeverry released two chart-topping albums, placed eight hits on Billboard’s global charts and two top 10s on Billboard’s Hot Latin Songs chart.
What he wasn’t able to do was tour.
Sidelined by the pandemic, the rising Colombian pop star saw his streaming numbers and social following and engagement explode, but his touring dreams were placed firmly on hold. Until now.
“This is the first time I’m going on stage to perform my songs with my band,” Camilo tells Billboard. “The expectation of looking my fans in the eye, and having them look into my eyes and sing those songs, which are anthems of hope, makes this an almost mystical encounter.”