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Bad Bunny Returns To Live Concert With Most Wanted Tour | Dates & Location

Bad Bunny Returns To Live Concert With Most Wanted Tour

Latina superstar artiste Bad Bunny has announced a 2024 tour – Most Wanted Tour that would feature his Trap songs – with a staggering 47 shows. 

Promoted by Live Nation, the 31-city North America arena tour kicks off on Wednesday, February 21 at Delta Center in Salt Lake City, UT, with multiple nights in Las Vegas, Phoenix, San Francisco, Austin, Atlanta, Orlando, and more before wrapping up with three consecutive performances at Kaseya Center in Miami, FL.

Bad Bunny took a break from live stages in 2023 with exceptions like Coachella, the GRAMMY awards, and the Latin Billboard Awards. 

According to him, the Most Wanted Tour will give attendees a more intimate experience than his previous tour and give life to his latest studio production. 

The tour will feature three shows in Los Angeles, Chicago, and New York. 

Bad Bunny’s new album, “Nadie sabe lo que va a pasar mañana,” became the most-streamed album in a single day in 2023 so far on Spotify.

The album has amassed more than 900 million streams and its lead track, “MONACO” hit #1 in 16 countries on Spotify.

 The tour will also offer a combination of different VIP packages and experiences for fans to take their concert experience to the next level. 

Fans can choose premium tickets, invitations to the pre-show Bad Bunny VIP Lounge Experience, exclusive gift items & more.


21-Feb WED Salt Lake City, UT Delta Center

23-Feb FRI Las Vegas, NV T-Mobile Arena

24-Feb SAT Las Vegas, NV T-Mobile Arena

27-Feb TUE Phoenix, AZ Footprint Center

28-Feb WED Phoenix, AZ Footprint Center

1-Mar FRI San Francisco, CA Chase Center

2-Mar SAT San Francisco, CA Chase Center

5-Mar TUE Sacramento, CA Golden 1 Center

7-Mar THU Portland, OR Moda Center

9-Mar SAT Seattle, WA Climate Pledge Arena

13-Mar WED Los Angeles, CA Crypto.com Arena

14-Mar THU Los Angeles, CA Crypto.com Arena

15-Mar FRI Los Angeles, CA Crypto.com Arena

20-Mar WED Denver, CO Ball Arena

23-Mar SAT Minneapolis, MN Target Center

26-Mar TUE Kansas City, MO T-Mobile Center

28-Mar THU Chicago, IL United Center

29-Mar FRI Chicago, IL United Center

30-Mar SAT Chicago, IL United Center

4-Apr THU Toronto, ONT Scotiabank Arena

6-Apr SAT Detroit, MI Little Caesars Arena

9-Apr TUE Washington, DC Capital One Arena

11-Apr THU New York, NY Barclays Center

12-Apr FRI New York, NY Barclays Center

13-Apr SAT New York, NY Barclays Center

17-Apr WED Boston, MA TD Garden

19-Apr FRI Philadelphia, PA Wells Fargo Center

20-Apr SAT Hartford, CT XL Center

22-Apr MON Louisville, KY KFC Yum! Center

24-Apr WED Tulsa, OK BOK Center

26-Apr FRI Austin, TX Moody Center

27-Apr SAT Austin, TX Moody Center

30-Apr TUE Houston, TX Toyota Center

1-May WED Houston, TX Toyota Center

3-May FRI Dallas, TX American Airlines Center

4-May SAT Dallas, TX American Airlines Center

7-May TUE New Orleans, LA Smoothie King Center

10-May FRI Charlotte, NC Spectrum Center

11-May SAT Nashville, TN Bridgestone Arena

14-May TUE Atlanta, GA State Farm Arena

15-May WED Atlanta, GA State Farm Arena

17-May FRI Orlando, FL Amway Center

18-May SAT Orlando, FL Amway Center

21-May TUE Tampa, FL Amalie Arena

24-May FRI Miami, FL Kaseya Center

25-May SAT Miami, FL Kaseya Center

26-May SUN Miami, FL Kaseya Center

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