On Monday, Jan. 24, Bad Bunny announced the dates of his new tour, 'World's Hottest Tour,' in which he will visit more than 10 cities in Latin America and it will be the first time he does a stadium tour.
The official announcement was made by Bad Bunny himself after a few weeks of suspense, as he had deleted all content from his Instagram account.
The tour was announced through a video where the singer appears in company of his partner, Gabriela Berlingeri, and actor Mario Casas, at a table in front of the beach.
"People, we have to start worrying less and enjoy more because life goes fast, too fast, just as the tickets for 'El Último Tour del Mundo' sold out, so, I was thinking, how about I announce my next tour. So while I work on my new album that comes out this year, you can buy tickets for the next tour," said the singer in the video, before walking out of the scene.
The tour will begin on Aug. 5 in Orlando, Florida, the first of 15 cities to be visited by the Puerto Rican, who will also be performing in Miami, Chicago, Washington, New York and Las Vegas.
After touring the United States, on Oct. 21, he will begin his Latin American tour in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. He will then arrive in Santiago on Oct. 21, Buenos Aires on Nov. 4, Asuncion on Nov. 11, Lima on Nov. 13, Quito on Nov. 16 and Medellin on Nov. 18. He will also visit Panama, San Jose, San Salvador, San Pedro Sula, Guatemala and finally Mexico.
"This announcement is a clear representation of Bad Bunny's evolutionary growth as a global superstar. Just after announcing his 'El Último Tour Del Mundo 2022' tour in mid-2021 — which will begin in early February of this year and will tour 35 arenas around North America — the artist broke Ticketmaster's record for most ticket sales for a tour on its first day of sales since 2018,″ reads the official statement.
Harry Styles in Latin America
Another artist who recently announced a visit to Latin America is the former lead member of boy band One Direction, Harry Styles.
Styles chose Mexico as his first stop on his 'Love On Tour' on Saturday, Nov. 20 at the FVG Arena. On Nov. 22, he will perform at the Monterrey Arena and on Friday, Nov. 25 at the Foro Sol in Mexico City.
From there, the British star will visit Colombia, Peru, Chile, Argentina and Brazil.
Through its social networks, the company OCESA informed that people who bought tickets for the 2019 concert that was canceled due to the pandemic, will be able to use them and they will be completely valid for the November concerts without any additional actions needed.