Bachata Brunch

Bachata Heightz

May 30, 2021 | Sponsored by VyStar Credit Union | Mainstage at Seneff Arts Plaza

Bachata Heightz

May 30, 2021 | Sponsored by VyStar Credit Union | Mainstage at Seneff Arts Plaza

Bachata Heightz has been rescheduled to Sunday, May 30, 2021 from Sunday, April 25, 2021. Original tickets are still valid, so hold onto them.


Part of our one-of-a-kind Frontyard Festival™—six months of socially distant, live outdoor entertainment and unique experiences, including food and drinks delivered to your box from on-site restaurants.

Live music. Delicious food. Bottomless drinks. Sounds like a fun way to spend a Sunday downtown. So make plans and pick your own socially distant, outdoor box for 2–5 people at our Sunday Brunch.



Bachata Heightz is an urban-influenced bachata group from New York whose debut single, "Me Puedo Matar," was a big hit on the tropical charts in 2009. Founded in the Washington Heights neighborhood of Manhattan, the group is comprised of Jerry García (aka Jay Heightz, lead vocals), Jeffrey Cruz (aka Jru, chorus vocals), Aneudy Hernandez (aka Chino, chorus vocals), Jonathan García (aka Da Phenomenon, guitar), and Diego Capellán (aka Dee Major; bass), all of whom are of Dominican heritage.

Citing influences that include hip-hop and R&B as well as tropical music, Bachata Heightz made their commercial recording debut in 2009 with "Me Puedo Matar," a collaboration with Domincan superstar Héctor Acosta. Originally released on Acosta's album Simplemente... El Torito, the song was a big hit on the tropical charts. In the wake of the song's success, Bachata Heightz made their full-length album debut with The First. Comprised of material written primarily by García, the album spawned the minor hit "Te Busco" as the follow-up single to "Me Puedo Matar."





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