Gloria Estefan was seen posing with her character, Marta, at a Vivo special screening in Miami on Saturday.
The 63-year-old singer was seen smiling broadly as he stood next to a cutout of the animated figure before performing in front of a gathered crowd.
The recently released musical comedy film showcases the talent of several other musicians and will soon be made available to the public on the Netflix streaming service.
Making an appearance: Gloria Estefan was seen posing next to a cutout of her character during a Vivo special screening in Miami on Saturday
Estefan was dressed in a white blouse and matching pleated pants during the screening.
She also sported a nautical print open front cover that added a bit of color to her bright ensemble.
The Grammy-winning artist wore a pair of platform sandals during her appearance at the event.
Singer Conga accessorized with a pair of gold earrings, and her gorgeous brown locks remained tied into a luscious ponytail.
Dressing well: The Grammy-winning singer wore a white blouse and pleated pants at the event
Added texture: The Conga singer also sported a nautical-print open front cover all the way to the projection
Lin-Manuel Miranda, who performs a singing kinkajou in the feature film, was also pictured during its New York screening, which took place the same evening.
The 41-year-old playwright kept it simple in a graphic-print tee worn under a blue athletic coat.
The Hamilton star also wore tailored pants and leather shoes during the special screening.
The creator of In The Heights also participated in a question-and-answer session at the event.
Appearance: Lin-Manuel Miranda also appeared at a screening of the film in New York City, in which he voices the main character
Freshly Dressed: The In The Heights designer wore a graphic print tee under a sports coat. He also wore a pair of fitted pants and leather shoes.
Miranda was also pictured with Quiara Alegria Hudes, Alex Lacamoire and Ynairaly Simo, who all worked on the project.
Vivo follows the main character, voiced by actress Mary Poppins, as he attempts to reconnect his owner, Andres, with Marta Sandoval, a singer with whom he has previously collaborated.
Artists such as Zoe Saldana, Michael Rooker and Brian Tyree Henry, among others, also lend their voices to the project.
The feature film entered development in 2016, although the Tony-winning playwright proposed an idea for an animated feature film to DreamWorks Animation over a decade ago.
Speaking to the audience: Miranda also participated in a question-and-answer session at the event
Vivo was eventually taken over by Sony Pictured Animation and put into production, with Kirk DiMicco being appointed director the year work began on the project.
The cast for the feature was announced earlier this year by Deadline, which also noted that it would be released on Netflix.
Although the film was due for release in 2020, its premiere was postponed several times before being delayed due to the outbreak of the global pandemic.
The film finally had its world premiere on Friday and is scheduled to be released to the public on August 6.
Coming soon: Vivo premiered on Friday and is slated for release on the Netflix streaming service on August 6
Making his voice heard: Estefan’s husband Emilio was also pictured addressing a crowd over the ongoing protests in Cuba on Saturday
Estefan’s husband Emilio was also in Miami on Saturday, where he delivered a speech at a rally regarding the anti-government protests in Cuba.
The 68-year-old musician appeared to be in his element as he raised his hand while making various statements to the crowd.
The rally the Grammy-winning producer attended also served to raise awareness among protesters in countries like Venezuela and Nicaragua.
The former Miami Sound Machine member previously posted a music video to draw attention to the current issues facing people in his native country.
Show his support: The Grammy-winning musician has already released a music video to publicize current events