Dubbed the Ryan Seacrest of Westchester, Edvin Ortega is preparing his music group, Larger Than Life for Playland’s upcoming performance season in Rye, NY
NEW YORK, NY, February 15, 2021 /24-7PressRelease/ — Cuban-born New York resident, Edvin Ortega is a singer, actor, dancer, and businessman who is best known for his pop group, Larger Than Life. Ortega and his bandmates are praised by fans for their high-energy, fun theme events that bring a rush of nostalgia wherever they perform.
Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, Larger Than Life were performing across the New York tri-state area and beyond in venues like Webster Hall, Hard Rock Hotel Cancun, Mulcahy’s, and Resorts World Casino. While practicing social distancing guidelines, Ortega became creative and began offering Party-To-Go solutions.
With venues beginning to open up, Ortega and his team are eager to get back on stage and in front of crowds again. Playland Park in Rye, NY has booked Larger Than Life as in-house entertainment for its upcoming season.
Ortega has emceed shows and concerts for Radio Disney, Live Nation, and White Plains’ New Year’s Eve party as well as opened and performed with boy band O-Town, 98 Degrees, and members of *NSYNC.
Along with concert appearances and public entertainment, Ortega’s team also provides entertainment for weddings and private parties.
Outside of live performances, Edvin Ortega is a seasoned actor starring the feature film “The Jersey Devil” as well as episodic roles on “Orange Is The New Black”, “Gotham”, and “Blue Bloods”. He also hosts the Boyband & Chill podcast available on platforms like Spotify, Apple, Google, and more.
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