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Bad Bunny Makes His Return To The Stages In 2024 With North America “Most Wanted Tour”

Following his long-awaited return to the genre that put him on the map, Trap, global recording artist Bad Bunny announces a 2024 tour – Most Wanted Tour – with a staggering 47 shows where fans will enjoy him in a more intimate setting. Promoted by Live Nation, the 31-city North America arena tour kicks off on Wednesday, February 21 at Delta Center in Salt Lake City, UT, with multiple nights in Las Vegas, Phoenix, San Francisco, Austin, Atlanta, Orlando and more before wrapping up with three consecutive performances at Kaseya Center in Miami, FL. In addition to Miami, the tour will feature three shows in Los Angeles, Chicago, and New York. An experience curated for day-one fans, Most Wanted Tour will be a rollercoaster of explicit lyrics that hones in on the star’s trap roots, so parental discretion is advised. See full routing and ticketin g information below.

After becoming the top touring artist in 2022, the 3x GRAMMY winner took a break from the stages in 2023 with exceptions like Coachella, the GRAMMY awards, and the Latin Billboard Awards. Promising to bring fans an unparalleled spectacle in 2024, the Most Wanted Tour will give attendees a more intimate experience than his previous tour and give life to his latest studio production with the legendary and high-energy stage presence he’s known for. With unprecedented success that has taken the world by storm, Bad Bunny’s tour is expected to be one of the most sought-after concert events of the year.

Last week, Bad Bunny made history with his new album, “nadie sabe lo que va a pasar mañana,” as it became the most-streamed album in a single day in 2023 so far on Spotify. The album has amassed more than 900 million streams and its lead track, “MONACO” hit #1 in 16 countries on Spotify. Beyond streaming success, the album marks his impactful return to his Trap origins and seamlessly blends traditional trap elements with innovative sounds and lyrics. On the eve of the album release, he hosted a listening party at the iconic Coliseo de Puerto Rico. Selling out in minutes and drawing in 16,000 fans, the event featured a star-studded guest list which featured Arcángel, Bryant Meyers, Feid, La Paciencia, Mag, Mora, Ñengo Flow, Tainy, and Young Miko.


21-FebWEDSalt Lake City, UTDelta Center23-FebFRILas Vegas, NVT-Mobile Arena24-FebSATLas Vegas, NVT-Mobile Arena27-FebTUEPhoenix, AZFootprint Center28-FebWEDPhoenix, AZFootprint Center1-MarFRISan Francisco, CAChase Center2-MarSATSan Francisco, CAChase Center5-MarTUESacramento, CAGolden 1 Center7-MarTHUPortland, ORModa Center9-MarSATSeattle, WAClimate Pledge Arena13-MarWEDLos Angeles, Arena14-MarTHULos Angeles, Arena15-MarFRILos Angeles, Arena20-MarWEDDenver, COBall Arena23-MarSATMinneapolis, MNTarget Center26-MarTUEKansas City, MOT-Mobile Center28-MarTHUChicago, ILUnited Center29-MarFRIChicago, ILUnited Center30-MarSATChicago, ILUnited Center4-AprTHUToronto, ONTScotiabank Arena6-AprSATDetroit, MILittle Caesars Arena9-AprTUEWashington, DCCapital One Arena11-AprTHUNew York, NYBarclays Center12-AprFRINew York, NYBarclays Center13-AprSATNew York, NYBarclays Center17-AprWEDBoston, MATD Garden19-AprFRIPhiladelphia, PAWells Fargo Center20-AprSATHartford, CTXL Center22-AprMONLouisville, KYKFC Yum! Center24-AprWEDTulsa, OKBOK Center26-AprFRIAustin, TXMoody Center27-AprSATAustin, TXMoody Center30-AprTUEHouston, TXToyota Center1-MayWEDHouston, TXToyota Center3-MayFRIDallas, TXAmerican Airlines Center4-MaySATDallas, TXAmerican Airlines Center7-MayTUENew Orleans, LASmoothie King Center10-MayFRICharlotte, NCSpectrum Center11-MaySATNashville, TNBridgestone Arena14-MayTUEAtlanta, GAState Farm Arena15-MayWEDAtlanta, GAState Farm Arena17-MayFRIOrlando, FLAmway Center18-MaySATOrlando, FLAmway Center21-MayTUETampa, FLAmalie Arena24-MayFRIMiami, FLKaseya Center25-MaySATMiami, FLKaseya Center26-MaySUNMiami, FLKaseya Center

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