Rosalía returns to Spain for 12 concerts on the Motomami World Tour
According to Live Nation, the production company organizing the tour, tickets will go on sale Friday, April 22.
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Motomami, Rosalía's latest album that's revolutionized international music in 2022, is officially on tour. In addition to the U.S., Chile, France and Mexico, the Motomami World Tour will make a special stop: 12 concerts in Spain, the singer's home country.
Rosalía's Spain tour will pass through Almería (July 6), Seville (July 9), Granada (July 12), Fuengirola (July 14), Valencia (July 16), Madrid (July 19 and 20), Barcelona (July 23 and 24), Bilbao (July 27), A Coruña (July 29) and Mallorca (Aug. 1).
According to Live Nation, the production company organizing the tour, tickets will go on sale Friday, April 22. However, the pre-sale of tickets open today.
Some fans, eager to see the Catalan singer, were surprised by the high prices of tickets.
"338 euros plus expenses for the cheapest tickets!” some protested on social media. Others joked that they will have to sell a house to pay for it. Memes of Rosalía surrounded by dollars were shared, alluding to the fortune she will earn for the tour.
🦋OTO🦋MAMI WORLD TOUR 2022 Hoy hace 1 mes q salió Motomami y me emociona muchísimo anunciaros que voy q hacer esta gira por tantas ciudades del mundo 🏍🦋 Que ganas de veros a toOodxssssss❤️❤️❤️❤️ pic.twitter.com/aOgXOWU1qp— R O S A L Í A (@rosalia) April 18, 2022
Live Nation also put a restriction: customers can only purchase a maximum of four tickets. In addition, the company specified that those under 16 years of age must access the concerts accompanied by a legal guardian.
Los 40 principales is the official Spanish radio station for the Motomami World Tour. It will offer all the updates and news on its channels during the singer's tour of Spain.
The third album of Rosalía's career, produced over three years and generated tremendous expectation. The final product has received its fair share of praise and criticism. In any case, many people think of Motomami as the definitive production from Rosalía, who opted to include new genres and forms in her music, creating an unprecedented and surprising personal cocktail.
This new Rosalía, who said before its release that Motomami would be an introspective work, broke all the established rules. Those who worshiped her for her flamenco songs and traditional rhythms were perplexed as they listened to the trap, reggeaton and bachata bases that make up Motomami.
It’s still unknown how Rosalía and her team will prepare for live performances. In addition to the 16 songs from her latest album, with their constant contrasts and changes of rhythm, her fans also hope to be able to enjoy her classics from El Mal Querer and Los Ángeles.
In Motomami, Rosalía narrates her own rise to fame, and becomes the narrator of her own story. Now, after two years of being separated from her family and friends in Spain, she will return in the best way possible.