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There’s always something fun happening on Puerto Rico. From neighborhood celebrations in San Juan to community festivals all over the island, you are never far from a good time when you come to the Caribbean. A few of the most famous annual festivals include Three King’s Day, Ponce Carnival, the island’s version of Mardi Gras, Saborea, a popular festival celebrating local food in April, Puerto Rico Salsa Congress, and a yearly Jazz Fest that attracts top artists. The San Sebastian Festival takes over the main street in Old San Juan in January for live music, food vendors, and local artists. It’s one of the biggest parties of the year on Puerto Rico. When you want to see the biggest names in music live in San Juan, Jose Miguel Agrelot Coliseum is the number one concert venue on the island. With more than 18,000 seats, this arena that opened in 2004 has hosted everyone from Pitbull and Beyonce to local favorites the Fania All-Stars.
Known locally as the Choliseo, the José Miguel Agrelot Coliseum is an 18,500-seat indoor arena set in Puerto Rico. Located along the Golden Mile in the capital city of San Juan, the Agrelot Coliseum is a must see for any traveler of the Caribbean.
Opened in 2004, and owned by the Puerto Rico Convention Center District Authority, the José Miguel Agrelot Coliseum is operated by SMG. The Choliseo is ideal for hosting massive concerts and sporting events.