Prince Royce to headline MLS All-Star game in Orlando July 27

NEW YORK, N.Y. (FNN SPORTS) – Major League Soccer announced today event information for the free MLS All-Star Concert presented by Target on Saturday, July 27 in Orlando at Wall Street Plaza. Activities begin at 7 p.m. ET. The musical performance kicks off five days of soccer celebrations and fan experiences leading up to the 2019 MLS All-Star Game presented by Target on Wednesday, July 31 at Exploria Stadium.

Multi-platinum, award-winning Latin music superstar Prince Royce will take center stage at the free concert. Grammy-nominated producer, acclaimed DJ and Montreal native A-Trak will also perform live.

The musical performances launch a week of events for fans in Orlando including community service initiatives, player appearances, a showcase match featuring some of the top young players in the sport, and more before the best in MLS face off against Atlético de Madrid, the legendary Spanish club and 10-time champions of La Liga.

The 2019 MLS All-Star Game presented by Target will be televised domestically on FS1 and UniMás in the U.S., on TSN and TVA Sports in Canada, and in more than 170 countries around the world.

A limited number of tickets for the MLS All-Star Game remain available for purchase at More information on the 2019 MLS All-Star Game can be found at


Guests (ages 21 and older) can enter the general public viewing area from one of two entrances located on Orange Avenue – north and south of Wall Street. The entrances will open to the public beginning at 6 p.m. ET on Saturday, July 27 for both the viewing party and concert.

Prior to the concert, fans are encouraged to come to Wall Street Plaza for a free viewing party to watch Orlando City SC take on the New England Revolution at 7 p.m. ET. Performances by Prince Royce and A-Trak will take place following the game.

The concert is free, open to the public, and will take place rain or shine. Guests may view the concert from the general public viewing areas in Wall Street Plaza. Access to the general public viewing areas is first come, first served.

Fans wishing to attend both the free viewing party and MLS All-Star Concert presented by Target must register for tickets online by visiting Tickets are required for entry. Fans attending both the viewing party and concert must be ages 21 or older.

Guests are encouraged to use public transportation and should arrive early to enjoy activities and avoid any traffic or parking delays. Downtown Orlando’s two Rideshare Hub locations will be open their normal operating hours. Downtown patrons will be instructed, in-app (Uber or Lyft), to meet their rideshare driver at one of the two hub locations allowing for an organized and quick exiting.
Magnolia Hub – North Magnolia Ave between East Central Blvd and Wall Street
Gertrude Hub – North Gertrude Ave between West Washington Street and West Jefferson Street
Choose from one of the two above hubs (in-app) when exiting downtown via rideshare between the hours of 12:00am-3:00am on Friday and Saturday nights

To ensure public safety and security, the following items are prohibited: weapons, alcohol, food, beverages, all cans and bottles, fireworks, all chairs, tents of any kind, barbecue grills of any kind, umbrellas, blankets of any kind, flag poles, drones, noisemakers, video recorders, cameras with lens over 12”, obstructive signs, bags larger than 14”x14”x6” and animals other than service animals.

All attendees are subject to search, and prohibited items may not be abandoned at security checkpoints. Please allow adequate time to pass through security checkpoints before activities begin.

At the conclusion of the concert, fans are welcome to stay at local establishments on Wall Street Plaza until 2 a.m. – normal operating time for the area.

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