After countless exhilarating displays of talent and determination by teams throughout the tournament, the 2021 CONCACAF Gold Cup Final is here, and fans are ready to celebrate! Pop sensations, Cali y El Dandee and Charly Black will be performing ‘Juega’, the official song of the tournament, to a sold-out crowd of over 60,000 fans at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada on Sunday, August 1.
Like the fans, this anthem is all heart and passion! Its powerful lyrics in both English and Spanish, coupled with urban beats and sprinkled with reggae sounds transcend one country and captures the collective essence of a region.
“This is the first time we will incorporate a live musical performance in a Gold Cup Final; the timing feels right,” said CONCACAF Chief Commercial Officer Heidi Pellerano. “Not only are we fortunate enough to be able to celebrate with our fans back in the stands, but the Final will be played in Las Vegas, the entertainment capital of the world.” Pellerano continued, “It’s only fitting that “Juega”, which has resonated deeply with our fans, be performed at this showpiece sporting event. This is one of the many exciting experiences we have planned for Sunday.”
The CONCACAF Gold Cup Final became the fastest sellout in tournament history, and the first sellout for a sporting event at Allegiant Stadium. All general seating tickets sold in just 90 minutes after going on sale to the general public.
The Allegiant Stadium and CONCACAF strongly advise attending fans bring their own face masks to the stadium in order to comply with the recently announced mask mandate in effect across the state of Nevada.
The 2021 Gold Cup will be broadcast live through the Confederation’s partner networks, including Fox Sports (USA-English), Univision (USA-Spanish), OneSoccer (Canada), Televisa (Mexico-Spanish), Futbol de Primera (USA-Spanish Radio), Teletica and Repretel (Costa Rica), Medcom and TVN (Panama), TCS (El Salvador), Televicentro (Honduras), ESPN (Central America), Flow Sports (Caribbean) and other local partners in the Caribbean, Central America and the world.