Bad Bunny 'El Ultimo Tour Del Mundo': Air date, how to live stream, cost, how to buy concert tickets and all about rapper's 2022 tour
After making a remarkable debut in wrestling, the fan-favorite Puerto Rican rapper is all set for his concert, which is named after his 2020 album
It's not often that you have fans who are literally ready to beg, borrow or steal to get tickets to a concert, but fans of Bad Bunny certainly are. Bad Bunny, who recently won his first Grammy award, isn't just an expert at vocal maneuvers. Most recently, his fans as well as wrestling fans were impressed with his performance in the ring at Wrestlemania, where the 27-year-old Puerto Rican rapper, singer and songwriter, was seen wrestling in a tag team match where he teamed up with Damian Priest against The Miz and John Morrison.
Wrestling fans were obviously not expecting much from the singer, but Bad Bunny had a couple of tricks up his sleeves. It may have been his wrestling debut, but fans and wrestling experts alike were impressed with his moves. Bad Bunny is not giving up his career in music anytime soon though, as he announced his new tour — El Último Tour del Mundo 2022. The tour was named after his 2020 album of the same name and was announced at Wrestlemania. The announcement video features WWE star Triple H, which you can catch below.
There is no information yet on the cost of the tickets. Not that it seems to matter, because for many fans, money is no object when it comes to Bad Bunny. One fan tweeted, "All im saying is if i gotta spend 1,000 on a bad bunny concert i will..." Another echoed the sentiment that they didn't care if seeing Bad Bunny made them broke. One fan tweeted, "idc how much I drop for bad bunny’s concert, we out thereeeeeee."
All im saying is if i gotta spend 1,000 on a bad bunny concert i will...— bevs (@_beverlygarcia) April 12, 2021
idc how much I drop for bad bunny’s concert, we out thereeeeeee— O⚡️ (@ojayy_24) April 12, 2021
How to buy tickets
Fans have been told that tickets will go on sale from April 16 at 12 pm. However, there are no further details at this point on where the tickets will be sold. Watch this space for more information.
The dates for the tour range from February to April 2022 across North America and tickets go on sale on April 16 at 12 pm. The upcoming tour will see Bunny performing in Washington, DC, Phoenix, Las Vegas, San Jose, Seattle, Portland, Englewood, Los Angeles, San Diego, Dallas, Houston, Hidalgo, El Paso, Denver, Rosemont, Villaldivia, Newark, Brooklyn, Boston, Charlotte Atlanta, Orlando and Miami.
Fans are literally willing to give an arm and a leg to get their hands on tickets. One fan tweeted, "Bad Bunny is going on tour and I’m on my way to sell a body part to get my ticket." Several other fans agreed and said they would happily part with their body parts. One fan tweeted, "BAD BUNNY IS GOING ON FUCKING TOUR BYE ASF IM SELLING MY KIDNEY."
Bad Bunny is going on tour and I’m on my way to sell a body part to get my ticket pic.twitter.com/aGPKA0IUtf— Bri the pisces (@bridameme) April 12, 2021
BAD BUNNY IS GOING ON FUCKING TOUR BYE ASF IM SELLING MY KIDNEY— Jennifer (@__jennifeer23) April 12, 2021
Bad Bunny fans whose cities are not on his tour list can look forward to knowing when they can at least stream the concert. There is no information on this yet. Watch this space for more details.
'El Último Tour del Mundo' was the third album Bad Bunny released last year following 'YHLQMDLG' and 'Las Que No Iban a Salir.' Bad Bunny's world tour announcement comes after several artists began making their concert announcements, following the pandemic halt. Artists such as The Weeknd and Andrea Bocelli have recently announced their new itineraries.