Latine Artists You Can Catch On Tour in 2023

mexican pop group RBD touring in 2016

2022 was a big year for Latine music, with some of its most prominent artists completing wildly successful, record-breaking tours. Bad Bunny, Daddy Yankee, Wisin y Yandel, and Karol G were only some of the artists on tour last year that made us dance and happy-cry. Of course, Latine music is much more than reggaeton. Alejandro Fernandez, Maná, and Carlos Vives also hit the road last year to give us a night to remember.

The show must go on, and 2023 is starting strong! Here’s a list of six Latine artists who have already announced their tour for 2023, with much more sure to come.


Blessing us millennials with their presence onstage once again (and probably also taking advantage of that sweet nostalgia), Anahí, Dulce María, Maité, Christian, and Christopher will reunite as RBD after having disbanded almost 14 years ago. The Mexican pop group achieved international success from 2004 thru 2009, making them one of the best-selling Latin music bands of all time. The Soy Rebelde World Tour will feature dates in the United States, Mexico, and Brazil.

Get your Elite Way School uniform to the dry cleaners ASAP, and grab your tickets at the official tour website.

Rauw Alejandro

Joined by the world-famous Jabbawockeez as his onstage dancers, which is only fitting for a phenomenal dancer such as himself, Puerto Rican superstar Rauw Alejandro’s sci-fi, futuristic Saturno World Tour seems like it’s gonna be one hell of a show. The tour will kick off in the Dominican Republic, followed by performances in Puerto Rico, the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Central America, and Europe.

So start stretchin’ and warming up for some otherwordly perreo; tickets are waiting for you at Rauw’s official website.

Danny Ocean

Venezuelan singer, songwriter, and record producer Danny Ocean (who, by the way, has one of the most wholesome fan clubs ever) announced his highly anticipated 2023 U.S. Tour, with 13 cities on the list. After the surprising viral success of his now-iconic love song “Me Rehúso,” Danny’s distinctive genre-bending sound has earned him a spot as one of the most streamed Latin artists on Spotify.

Don’t miss this chance to sing “Fuera del mercado” at the top of your lungs. Get your tickets here

Los Angeles Azules

From Iztapalapa to the world, it’s Los Angeles Azules! And they’re celebrating their 40th anniversary. Can you imagine the huge fiesta this is gonna be?! Performing for the first time in a number of U.S. cities and with lots of surprises and special guests in store, the “40 Años Tour” will surely be a night to remember.

Now, secure those tickets, get up from that chair, and practice your best cumbia steps.


Yuridia will resume her Pa’ Luego Es Tarde Tour on February 10 at the FPL Solar Amphitheater in Miami, following 15 performances in 2022. She will be performing some of her biggest singles, including “Que Agonia,” on stage with a mariachi band in support of her most recent studio album of the same name.

Catch Yuridia live, and get ready to sing your heart out!

Carin Leon

Latin artists dominating the U.S. charts are not only reggaetoneros and traperos. Carin Leon’s vocals and lyrics have been breaking barriers, too. The rising Mexican regional music singer and songwriter from Sonora will perform in 12 cities across the U.S. and Mexico in 2023.

Don’t miss out on seeing one of Mexico’s top artists live. Wait, what’s this tequila shot doing in my hand?

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