Romeo Santos is bringing his beautiful, bachata-dancing bum to Tampa's Amalie Arena

Tickets go on sale June 15.

click to enlarge Romeo Santos, who plays Amalie Arena, in Tampa, Florida on October 12, 2018. - Sony Music
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Romeo Santos, who plays Amalie Arena, in Tampa, Florida on October 12, 2018.

Remember when the King of Bachata skipped Tampa and hit Orlando for a March 2018 date instead?

Well, get ready to make Romeo Santos your "Héroe Favorito" again. The 36-year-old Bronx Bomber of Bachata and former Aventura boy toy announced that he'll return to Tampa's Amalie Arena on October 12 (by our count it's his first show in the area since 2015).

Tickets for the show go on sale Friday, June 15 and will cost fans $35.75-$496.25, and more information — along with Santos' best songs — is available below.

Romeo Santos
Fri. Oct. 12, 8 p.m. $35.75 & up.
Amalie Arena,  401 Channelside Dr, Tampa.
More info:

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