Fall Concerts and Music Festivals You Can’t Miss

Pictured: Prince Royce, Karol G and Maluma
The end of summer is upon us but that doesn't mean the musical fun needs to stop. If you’re looking for the next concert tickets to add to your cart, look no further. We’ve got your list of can’t-miss fall concerts and music festivals featuring some of our favorite Latine artists. Get your body glitter ready - is that still a thing?

Karol G, $trip Love Tour

La Bichota herself launches her latest North American tour on September 6, in Chicago and ending in Vancouver, B.C. on October 29.

Prince Royce, Classic Tour

Bachata star Prince Royce announced his Classic Tour back in March to excited fans. The tour launches on September 16, in Miami and wraps up on October 15, in Indio, California.

iHeartRadio Fiesta Latina, October 15, 2022

Miami is also the destination for this year’s iHeartRadio Fiesta Latina, where headliner Enrique Iglesias will grace the stage along with popular artists like Becky G, Farruko, and Nicky Jam.

Bésame Mucho Festival, December 3, 2022

Los Angeles is home to this year’s Bésame Mucho Festival, where three stages will house everyone from Julieta Venegas to Los Tigres Del Norte to Sin Bandera, and so many more! This stacked lineup is for one day only, so don’t miss out.

Vibra Urbana, December 10-11, 2022

Down for another trip to Miami? This year’s Vibra Urbana is a can’t-miss event with headliners like Maluma, Don Omar, and Checho Corleone on Saturday, to J Balvin, Nicky Jam, and so much more. Reggaeton fans everywhere unite!

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