The live concert of singer Marc Anthony, who boasted of selling millions of tickets to fans in 85 countries, must now be forgiven following technical difficulties that ruined the evening.
The event, billed as “One Night Only,” was scheduled to take place on Saturday night, with Daddy Yankee also scheduled to perform. The two recently released the hit song From Vuelta Pa ‘La Vuelta.
But Anthony had to apologize to fans today after what he called “a total streaming platform collapse” that was scheduled to show his virtual gig.
Anthony blamed the “overwhelming demand” for the issues that made the show unattainable.
“You can rest assured that I am doing everything in my power to make sure that the people who have spent their hard earned money have the opportunity to see the show as soon as possible and that they will do so for all of you. He said on Instagram today.
The fans were bitter about the issues. The concert was scheduled to begin at 8 p.m. ET for around 100,000 ticket holders who shelled out over $ 25 for the live broadcast. The concert used Maestro, a platform that previously supported Billie Eilish and Tim McGraw’s 2020 shows.
An hour and a half after the scheduled start, Anthony began to apologize on social media, first saying, “We’re late.”
At 1:30 a.m., the pop star gave up, admitting the show wasn’t going.