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Bad Bunny Announces His First Stadium Tour Across the U.S. and Latin America, Including Orlando and Miami

MIAMI, Fla. (FNN) – Source: LiveNation // Proclaimed the most listened-to artist in the world for a second consecutive year by Spotify, Bad Bunny has distinguished himself for his revolutionary moves that constantly impact the music industry. Today, the multi-award-winning artist adds a new milestone to his career, announcing his first stadium tour “Bad Bunny: World’s Hottest Tour” across the United States and Latin America. Promoted by Live Nation and CMN in the U.S., the tour kicks off on August 5th at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, FL, making stops in Miami, Chicago, New York and many more before wrapping at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles on September 30th, then heading out to Latin America in October. Tickets for this stadium tour will go on pre-sale beginning Wednesday, January 26 at 12pm local time. Subsequently, they will go on sale to the general public beginning Friday, January 28 at 12pm local time on worldshottesttour.com.

Joining Bad Bunny as special guests on select dates in the U.S. will be GRAMMY® nominated DJ and Record Producer, Alesso and ten-time GRAMMY® nominated artist, Diplo. With his music and visuals, Alesso creates experiences that have made him one of the most celebrated live performers. Diplo is one of the most dynamic forces in music today with billions of streams on some of the world’s best dance recordings.

This announcement is a clear representation of Bad Bunny’s extraordinary growth as a global superstar. Just after announcing his tour “El Último Tour Del Mundo 2022” in April 2021, which will begin February 9th and will tour 35 indoor arenas across North America, the artist broke the record at Ticketmaster for the most ticket sales for a tour on its first day of sales since 2018. Bad Bunny quickly sold out all 35 shows, moving more than 500,000 tickets. In addition, the artist performed his first stadium concerts in December 2021, breaking audience records with two performances at the Hiram Bithorn Stadium in Puerto Rico. There is no doubt that after such success, “Bad Bunny: World’s Hottest Tour” in stadiums with an all new production will continue to elevate the artist’s career to new transcendental levels.

Over the past year, Bad Bunny has released top hits that have earned him the title of #1 Latin Artist in the US by Billboard for a third consecutive year and was also named one of the top 10 most popular global superstars. As if that were not enough, he is also the highest-ranking Latin act on Billboard’s general all genre chart “Top Artists,” ranking at #10, and is the artist with the most hits to reach the Top 10 of the “Hot Latin Songs” chart since the charts inception.

Adding to his great accomplishments in 2021, the artist closed the year by surprising his fans with the premiere of the music video for “Te Deseo Lo Mejor,” which he made in collaboration with The Simpsons. The series is known for bringing some of the most popular celebrities in the world to life in cartoon form and this time Bad Bunny caused a great impact with his participation, reaffirming his leading spot in the music industry.

“Bad Bunny: World’s Hottest Tour” 

United States Tour Dates

Date

City/State

Venue

5-Aug

Orlando, FL

Camping World Stadium

9-Aug

Atlanta, GA

State Farm Stadium^

12-Aug

Miami, FL

Hard Rock Stadium^

18-Aug

Boston, MA

Fenway Park^

20-Aug

Chicago, IL

Soldier Field

23-Aug

Washington, DC

Nationals Park^

27-Aug

New York, NY

Yankee Stadium>

1-Sept

Houston, TX

Minute Maid Park^

7-Sept

San Antonio, TX

Alamodome^

9-Sept

Dallas, TX

AT&T Stadium^

14-Sept

Oakland, CA

RingCentral Coliseum^

17-Sept

San Diego, CA

PETCO Park^

23-Sept

Las Vegas, NV

Allegiant Stadium^

28-Sept

Phoenix, AZ

Chase Field^

30-Sept

Los Angeles, CA

SoFi Stadium>

^ with special guest Alesso

> with special guest Diplo

Latin America Tour Dates

Date

City/Country

Venue

21-Oct

Santo Domingo, DR

Estadio Olímpico Félix Sánchez

28-Oct

Santiago, Chile

Estadio Nacional Julio Martínez Prádanos

4-Nov

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Estadio de Vélez – José Amalfitani

11-Nov

Asuncion, Paraguay

Estadio La Nueva Olla

13-Nov

Lima, Peru

Estadio Nacional

16-Nov

Quito, Ecuador

Estadio Olímpico Atahualpa

18-Nov

Medellin, Colombia

Estadio Atanasio Girardot

22-Nov

Panama City, Panama

Estadio Rommel Fernández Gutiérrez

24-Nov

San Jose, Costa Rica

Estadio Nacional

26-Nov

San Salvador, El Salvador

Estadio Cuscatlán

29-Nov

San Pedro Sula, Honduras

Estadio Olímpico Metropolitano

1-Dec

Guatemala City, Guatemala

Explanada Cardales de Cayalá

3-Dec

Monterrey, Mexico

Estadio BBVA

9-Dec

Mexico City, Mexico

Estadio Azteca

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