Editor’s Note: The list features only U.S. tours and is updated on a biweekly basis. Tours that have already ended have been removed from the list.
2023 marked a significant year in touring for Latin acts across multiple genres, including reggaetón, música mexicana and pop. They represent a wide-ranging crop of artists who’ve diversified the Billboard touring charts, according to the year-end Boxscore chart. More and more Spanish-language artists also toured stadiums, as was the case for Fuerza Regida, RBD and Karol G. The latter landed at No. 11 on the 2023 Top Tours chart, with $146.9 million and 843,000 tickets sold from just 19 dates of her Mañana Será Bonito U.S. stadium tour.
This new year looks to be just as promising.
Just days after dropping Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar Mañana, Bad Bunny announced his 2024 Most Wanted U.S. Tour, produced by Live Nation and Rimas, which will kick off Feb. 21 in Salt Lake City and runs until May 26 in Miami. It’s set to follow the hitmaker’s World’s Hottest Tour stadium run, which along with his Ultimo Tour del Mundo arena run led to a record-breaking $435 million in tour grosses for Bad Bunny in 2022.
Reggaetón OG Don Omar also announced his return to the stage with his highly-anticipated Back to Reggaetón U.S. Tour. The CMN-produced trek, set to kick off in March in Reading, Penn., will make stops in New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Las Vegas, among other cities. Other artists who are set to hit the road next year are Pepe Aguilar, Laura Pausini, Hombres G and Gloria Trevi.
Below, see our updating list of Latin tours that have already been announced for 2024.
The post “All the Latin U.S. Tours Announced for 2024 (Updating)” by Griselda Flores was published on 01/17/2024 by www.billboard.com