Jerry Rivera & Servando y Florentino

Sun Jul 5 2020

7:00 PM - 11:00 PM

Electric Brixton

Town Hall Parade London SW2 1RJ

Under 16s with an adult

Ages 14+

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Servando & Florentino

Brothers Servando and Florentino Primera, a popular Venezuelan pop duo billed as Servando y Florentino, experienced remarkable success at a young age, first as adolescent singers in La Orquesta Salserín and subsequently as a teenage salsa-pop act. Latin pop superstar Ricardo Montaner executive produced their debut album, Los Primera (1998), and wrote many of the songs, including the hit singles "Un Fan Enamorada" and "Aliviame," the former a chart-topper featured on the telenovela Todo por Tu Amor (1996). Sergio George also had a hand in Los Primera, co-writing a couple songs with Servando, including "Los Hermanos Primera." Following this breakthrough success, Servando y Florentino capitalized on their star power with a film, Muchacho Solitario (1999).

The Venezuelan singer/songwriter, formerly of brother duo Servando y Florentino, co-wrote Enrique Iglesias' chart-topping track "Duele el corazón" and most recently, Maluma's "Felices los 4,"


Jerry Rivera

Jerry Rivera is a Grammy-nominated, multi-platinum salsa singer from Puerto Rico who has been active as a recording artist since he was a teenager. He was born in 1973, in Huamco, Puerto Rico, the son of singers Edwin "Pino" and Domingo Rivera. He began singing with his parents at various gatherings and was given small solo showcases at his parents' concerts. Pino recorded Jerry when he was 14 and sent the demo to CBS/Sony Discos, who signed him to a long recording contract. His debut album, Empezando a Vivir, was recorded in 1989. Its first single, "De la Cabeza a los Pies," made the compilation album Non-Stop Dancing, Vol. 2 and received airplay. His sophomore effort, Abriendo Puertas, issued in 1990, scored two hit singles, "Dime" and "Más Que Tu," on the Billboard Latin Songs charts.

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Jerry Rivera & Servando y Florentino

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    Servando y Florentino

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Latin Music Productions Presents

Jerry Rivera & Servando y Florentino

Sun Jul 5 2020 7:00 PM - 11:00 PM

Electric Brixton London
Jerry Rivera & Servando y Florentino

Under 16s with an adult Ages 14+

Servando & Florentino

Brothers Servando and Florentino Primera, a popular Venezuelan pop duo billed as Servando y Florentino, experienced remarkable success at a young age, first as adolescent singers in La Orquesta Salserín and subsequently as a teenage salsa-pop act. Latin pop superstar Ricardo Montaner executive produced their debut album, Los Primera (1998), and wrote many of the songs, including the hit singles "Un Fan Enamorada" and "Aliviame," the former a chart-topper featured on the telenovela Todo por Tu Amor (1996). Sergio George also had a hand in Los Primera, co-writing a couple songs with Servando, including "Los Hermanos Primera." Following this breakthrough success, Servando y Florentino capitalized on their star power with a film, Muchacho Solitario (1999).

The Venezuelan singer/songwriter, formerly of brother duo Servando y Florentino, co-wrote Enrique Iglesias' chart-topping track "Duele el corazón" and most recently, Maluma's "Felices los 4,"


Jerry Rivera

Jerry Rivera is a Grammy-nominated, multi-platinum salsa singer from Puerto Rico who has been active as a recording artist since he was a teenager. He was born in 1973, in Huamco, Puerto Rico, the son of singers Edwin "Pino" and Domingo Rivera. He began singing with his parents at various gatherings and was given small solo showcases at his parents' concerts. Pino recorded Jerry when he was 14 and sent the demo to CBS/Sony Discos, who signed him to a long recording contract. His debut album, Empezando a Vivir, was recorded in 1989. Its first single, "De la Cabeza a los Pies," made the compilation album Non-Stop Dancing, Vol. 2 and received airplay. His sophomore effort, Abriendo Puertas, issued in 1990, scored two hit singles, "Dime" and "Más Que Tu," on the Billboard Latin Songs charts.

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Ages 14+
limit 6 per person
General Admission
Please note 40p venue restoration levy included in the fees
£40.65 (£35.00 + £5.65 Fees, excluding any delivery costs)

Delivery Method

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Terms & Conditions

This event is 14 and over. Any Ticket holder unable to present valid identification indicating that they are at least 14 years of age will not be admitted to this event, and will not be eligible for a refund.