Bad Bunny 'World's Hottest Tour': Dates, venues, tickets and all you need to know

Puerto Rican reggaeton singer Bad Bunny announced a second tour for 2022, that will start in August with 29 dates across the US and Latin America


                            Bad Bunny 'World's Hottest Tour': Dates, venues, tickets and all you need to know
Bad Bunny performs onstage at the 2020 Billboard Music Awards at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles (Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

2022 is gearing up to be a very busy year for Bad Bunny. The Puerto Rican reggaeton singer will be on tour between March and April under his 'El Último Tour del Mundo' album, and it appears he won't be done with that. In late January 2022, he also announced a second tour, to kick off in August 2022 named 'Bad Bunny: World’s Hottest Tour'. 

Back in 2020, the singer made waves after becoming Playboy's second male cover star. It came just before he ended up scooping the Top Latin Artist award at the 2020 Billboard Music Awards. It finished off a pretty good year for the singer, even though there were rumors he would be retiring after 'El ultimo Tour del Mundo.' It was far from the case. He spent 2021 also scooping up several awards and performing live numerous times.

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It seems like fans could be in store for more in 2022. While the announcement wasn't as grand as it was for 'El Ultimo Tour Del Mundo', it's been met with the same excitement and thrill as fans can't wait to watch him live. Here's everything you need to know about the tour, and where to get tickets.

Announcement

The singer announced the tour via Instagram, in a video featuring girlfriend Gabriela Berlingeri and Spanish actor Mario Casas. "I was wondering … what if I announce my next tour?" he says after getting up from a tropical dinner setting with Berlingeri. The video has already racked up over 5 million likes since it was first uploaded. 



 

Tour dates and venues

The 29-date tour will kick off on August 5 at Orlando, Florida, followed by stops at Atlanta, Miami, Boston, Chicago, Washington DC, and New York City. Texas will have three shows in Houston, San Antonio, and Dallas, followed by stops at Oakland and San Diego. The American leg wraps up with shows in Las Vegas, Pheonix, and then Los Angeles (September 30). 

Bad Bunny will then perform all over Latin America including in the Dominican Republic, Chile, Argentina, Ecuador, Columbia, Honduras, and Costa Rica to name a few. The LatAm leg kicks off on October 10 at Santo Domingo and ends on December 9 in Mexico City. So no matter where in the region you are, chances are you'll get to see Bad Bunny live. 

Tickets

Tickets have not yet gone on sale but will be available from Friday, 28 January 2022. They are expected to sell out fast though, so you might want to bookmark the tour website and log in as soon as they go live. Not all shows will be available though, with some like those in Santo Domingo, Santiago (Chile), Quito (Ecuador), and Panama City all listed as "on sale soon". There's no word on prices either, so keep an eye on the website.

Livestreaming

So far, there's no word on whether you'll be able to stream the concerts live, as some musicians have done post Covid-19. Given that the pandemic is still rampaging across the world, it seems like Bad Bunny may at least provide a link, but we'll have to wait and see about that. 

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