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Wait… Is Aventura Planning a Comeback?

Is there an Aventura reunion on the horizon? Today (Feb. 26), both Aventura and Romeo Santos shared a video with memories of the beloved bachata group. The social media stir has lead fans to suspect an upcoming comeback.

Since breaking out in 2002 with hit song “Obsesión,” Aventura went on to become the best-selling bachata group. In 2011, the band went on a hiatus that allowed for its members to pursue solo projects. Aventura reunited in 2019 to release the song “Inmortal” on Santos’ album Utopía. A year later, the guys came back together for Inmortal Tour. They performed a few concerts before the COVID-19 pandemic shut down the rest of the tour. In 2021, Aventura resumed the tour in stadiums in the U.S. and the Dominican Republic. 

Now it appears that Aventura could be teasing a new comeback. Over the weekend, Santos teased on his Instagram accounts that a special announcement was coming soon. On both Santos and Aventura’s Instagram accounts, a video was shared this afternoon with the caption “cerrando ciclos.” The video shows a chest opening up with the memorabilia and photos from Aventura’s career inside of it. 

As Santos recently wrapped up his Fórmula, Vol. 3 World Tour, maybe there could be new music or a tour on the way with Aventura. That’s what the band’s fans think about the video teaser. One person on X wrote, “TF AVENTURA POSTED ON IG AND ME THINKS MORE MUSIC OR TOUR YRAH DEF GOING BROKE THIS YEAR.” Another fan wrote, “I know for a fact I had told someone Aventura would come back for SOMETHING (and perhaps for the last time fr) this year cause it’s the 25th anniversary of Generation Next.”

The band’s first album under the Aventura name, Generation Next, was released 25 years ago in 1999. Last month, Aventura made the long-lost LP Trampa De Amor available on music streaming platforms for the first time. That was actually the band’s first album when they went by the name Los Tinellers in 1996.