Bad Bunny Announces “El Último Tour Del Mundo” Tour Dates

Bad Bunny with a black suit holding a yellow flower

Bad Bunny is on a mission to deliver his promised tour for his newest album El Último Tour Del Mundo. After a forced delay last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Bad Bunny announced dates for the highly anticipated tour after three releases in 2020 including two albums and one EP: YHLQMDLG, Las que no iban a salir, and El Último Tour Del Mundo.


The announcement came after the reggaetonero’s performance at Wrestlemania 37 in Tampa, Florida. Tour dates announced so far are only for North America, with international tour dates coming in the future.

Source: Entertainment Tonight

Tickets go on sale this Friday, April 16th, at 12pm EST.

Feb. 9 — Denver, CO @ Ball Arena

Feb. 11 — El Paso, TX @ Utep Don Haskins Center

Feb. 13 — Hidalgo, TX @Payne Arena

Feb. 16 — Houston, TX @ Toyota Center

Feb. 18 — Dallas, TX @ American Airlines Center

Feb. 23 — San Diego, CA @ Pechanga Arena

Feb. 24 — Los Angeles, CA @ Staples Center

Feb. 25 — Inglewood, CA @ The Forum

Feb. 28 — Portland, OR @Moda Center

March 1 — Seattle, WA @ Climate Pledge Arena

March 3 — San Jose, CA @ SAP Center

March 5 — Las Vegas, NV @ MGM Grand Garden Arena

March 6 — Phoenix, AZ @ Phoenix Suns Arena

March 10 — Rosemont, IL @ Allstate Arena

March 14 — Toronto, ON @ Scotiabank Arena

March 16 — Philadelphia, PA @ Wells Fargo Center

March 18 — Newark, NJ @ Prudential Center

March 19 — Brooklyn, NY @ Barclays Center

March 22 — Boston, MA @ TD Garden

March 23 — Montreal, QC @ Bell Center

March 25 — Washington, DC @ Capital One Arena

March 26 — Charlotte, NC @ Spectrum Center

March 27 — Atlanta, GA @ State Farm Arena

March 29 — Orlando, FL @ Amway Center

April 1 — Miami, FL @ AmericanAirlines Arena

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