Live Latino stars: Check out the updated days with the best shows of 2023 in the U.S.
Here is the list with the best concerts and presentations of the most influential Latino artists of the moment in the United States.
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As 2023 draws to a close, stars from across genres have included multiple U.S. cities to bring the best of their shows live in the coming months.
Billboard recently updated the programming of these presentations for the remainder of the year, noting that the dates may be changed due to last-minute issues.
These are the concerts of the Latino stars that you cannot miss in the U.S. this 2023.
Sanz En Vivo
Spanish star Alejandro Sanz will return to the United States for the first time since the pandemic with his Sanz En Vivo tour, produced by Loud And Live.
The 11-date tour kicks off in San Juan, Puerto Rico, in September and makes stops in cities, including Chicago, New York, and Houston before ending in Los Angeles in October.
- Sep. 16 – San Juan – Coliseo de Puerto Rico
- Sep. 21 – Orlando – Amway Center
- Sep. 23 – Miami – Miami-Dade Arena
- Sep. 27 – Chicago – Rosemont Theater
- Sep. 29 – Washington, D.C. – EagleBank Arena
- Sep. 30 – New York – The Theater at MSG
- Oct. 5 – McAllen – Bert Ogden Arena
- Oct. 7 – Dallas – Texas Trust CU Theater
- Oct. 8 – Houston – Smart Financial Centre
- Oct. 12 – El Paso – El Paso County Coliseum
- Oct. 14 – Los Angeles –Microsoft Theater
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Argentine rock icon Andrés Calamaro will perform his most recent and timeless hits, such as "Flaca" and "Aunque No Sea Conmigo," to name a few, during a four-day stay in the United States this fall.
Confirmed dates and cities include Oct. 21 in Miami, Oct. 26 in Orlando, Oct. 30 in Boston, and Nov. 3 in New York.
The Sinaloan group Banda MS of Sergio Lizárraga hits the road this year to celebrate its 20th anniversary. The season kicked off in February and will feature labelmate Edén Muñoz as the opening act on select tour dates.
- Aug. 4 - Houston - Smart Financial Centre
- Sep. 9 - Phoenix - Footprint Center
- Sep. 16 - Reno - Grand Sierra Resort
- Oct. 7 - San José - Sap Center
Becky G, who is on her first headlining tour, will have a 16-date tour that runs through early fall.
Kicking off with a show on Sep. 14 at Roadrunner in Boston followed by stops in New York City, Atlanta, Orlando and more.
At the end of the month, Becky G will spend consecutive nights in Texas performing in Sugar Land, Grand Prairie, San Antonio, and McAllen before playing at El Paso's Abraham Chavez Theater. After three dates across Southern California, the tour culminates on Oct. 14 at the Arizona State Fair in Phoenix.
Produced by CMN (Cárdenas Marketing Network), Maluma's Don Juan US tour, named after his upcoming studio album, will kick off on Aug. 31 at the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, California and end on Nov. 4 at the Kaseya Center in Miami. In between, he will make stops in Las Vegas, Houston, New York, Chicago, Boston, Atlanta and Orlando, to name a few.
The rising star of the corridos, Peso Pluma, will make his first tour in the U.S. this year. The Mexican singer-songwriter kicked off his Live-Nation-produced season in Ontario, California on Apr. 8 and it has some stops remaining in the U.S.
The iconic Colombian alternative rock band returns to the U.S. with the best of its "El Dorado en Vivo" tour, where it offers new singles along with the classics that fans love so much. They will be accompanied by singer Angélica García.
- Nov. 27 - Seattle
- Nov. 28 - Portland
- Nov. 30 - Berkeley
- Dec. 2 - Los Angeles
- Dec. 3 - Santa Ana
- Dec. 4 - San Diego
- Dec. 6 - Chicago
- Dec. 8 - New York
- Dec. 9 - Washington
In the middle of his Latin American tour, Romeo Santos revealed that he will also tour the United States. Following his previously announced stadium shows in Los Angeles, New York, Miami and Houston, Santos will continue his tour in other cities, including Las Vegas, Chicago and Nashville.
To find out more artists and concerts that will take place this year in the U.S., click here.