By Jessica Lucia Roiz
Top Latin artists unite in support of TeletonUSA broadcasting live on Univision. Find out who will perform at this year’s charity event! Getty Images
A wave of top Latin artists will unite in support of the 4th Annual TeletonUSA, running for 30 hours non-stop from December 4th to December 5th.
Puerto Rican urban artist Wisin will kick off the charity event live from Los Angeles at the ACE Theatre. Other artists joining this wonderful cause include the following: Adriel Favela, Alejandro Sanz, Becky G, Calibre 50, Chino y Nacho, Chiquis, Diana Reyes, Diego Torres, El Dasa, Espinoza Paz, Farruko, Gerardo Ortiz, J Balvin, Laura Pausini, Leslie Grace, Luis Coronel, Luis Fonsi, Mariachi Sol de Mexico, Natalia Jimenez, Noel Torres, Regulo Caro, Ricky Martin, Roberto Tapia, Reik, and Yuri, among others. In additon, superstars such as Juan Luis Guerra, Prince Royce and Thalia are all expected to make a special appearance.
“I am extremely happy to know that well-respected artists have responded positively to TeletonUSA’s invitation to participate in the 2015 event,” said Mario Kreutzberger a.k.a. “Don Francisco” in a statement.
Joining the former “Sabado Gigante” host are many of Univision talents such as Alan Tacher, Alejandra Espinoza, Ana Patricia Gámez, Arath de la Torre, Bárbara Bermudo, Chiquinquirá Delgado, Francisca Lachapel, Gabriel Soto, Galilea Montijo, Giselle Blondet, Ismael Cala, Jackie Bracamontes, Jackie Guerrido, Johnny Lozada, Julian Gil, Karla Martinez, Lili Estefan, Maria Elena Salinas, Omar Chaparro, Pamela Silva, Raúl de Molina, William Valdes, and more.
Not only will viewers enjoy catching a glimpse of their favorite stars at the fundrasing event, but they will also be taken on a heartwarming and encouraging journey of three families from Denver, Salt Lake City, and Kansas as they travel to San Antonio, Texas in “La Ruta de la Solidaridad” on their way to receive treatment at CRIT USA.
TeletonUSA will be broadcast live from at 9 p.m. ET on December 4th until 3 a.m. ET on December 5th via Univision.
Source: Latin Times