What you didn't know about the three most successful Latin music tours of 2022
CMN offered some anecdotes from the tours of Daddy Yankee, Bad Bunny and Maluma.
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Tour management company CMN was behind some of the biggest tours in Latin music last year recently revealed some anecdotes from putting on shows from Bad Bunny's World's Hottest Tour, Daddy Yankee's La Última Vuelta World Tour and Maluma's Papi Juancho World Tour.
Alex Cárdenas, CMN's Touring Director, said that for Bad Bunny's World's Hottest Tour, those in charge of set-up had to travel with 10 tons of cargo.
"It was a great challenge for the artist to fly over the audience, as two giant construction cranes were needed, which were installed in all the stadiums where he performed," reads a statement.
In the case of Daddy Yankee's La Última Vuelta World Tour, the artist traveled with his dogs. Maluma was also one of the first artists to resume live shows after the pandemic with the Papi Juancho World Tour.
Bad Bunny's World's Hottest Tour, Daddy Yankee's La Última Vuelta World Tour and Maluma's Papi Juancho World Tour were all nominated in the Tour of the Year category at the lates Premios Lo Nuestro.
Cárdenas said in a press release that "the recognition is the result of great teamwork."
"All of us at CMN are very proud of these three nominations and of having successfully managed the tour of these three great artists," he continued
Currently, the company is developing Manuel Turizo's 2000 Tour, and Anuel's Legends Never Die World Tour.