The 24-year-old Puerto Rican Latin trap and reggaeton singer, whose real name is Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio, has announced his 2019 tour dates, with a return to the Unites States on the docket.
Kicking off at Santander Arena in Reading, Pennsylvania, on March 14, Bad Bunny will perform in 14 shows, including such legendary arenas as Madison Square Garden in New York and the Tacoma Dome in Washington State.
The tour is being promoted by Cardenas Marketing Network (CMN).
Ticket sales will start on Friday, December 21.
This year, Bad Bunny visited the U.S. with his La Nueva Religióntour with most dates selling out, including his stops at the American Airlines Arena in Miami and The Forum in Los Angeles.
The 50-year-old Puerto Rican singer will be returning to the U.S. for a second leg of his Desde El Alma Tour, Cardenas Marketing Network has announced.
The second leg will begin on Thursday, April 4 in San Antonio, Texas, and is set to conclude on May 19 at the CAA Centrein Toronto, Canada.
The Desde El Alma Tour will be returning to major cities like Miami and New York City.
Ticket sales begin Friday, December 7 through Ticketmaster.
The tour is being produced by Cárdenas Marketing Network, Inc. (CMN).
Here are the added dates:
Desde El Alma Tour
April 4, 2019 San Antonio, Texas @ Freman Coliseum
April 5, 2019 McAllen, Texas @ Bert Ogden Arena
April 7, 2019 El Paso, Texas @ Don Haskins Center
April 11, 2019 Seattle, Washington @ WAMU Theatre
April 13, 2019 Ontario, California @ Citizens Business Bank Arena
April 14, 2019 Sacramento, California @ Golden1 Center
April 25, 2019 New York, New York @ (MSG) Hulu Theater
April 27, 2019 Chicago, Illinois @ Rosemont Theater
May 9, 2019 Ft. Myers, Florida @ HERTZ Arena
May 11, 2019 Miami, Florida @ American Airlines Arena
May 17, 2019 Uncasville, Connecticut @ Mohegan Sun Arena
May 19, 2019 Toronto, Canada @CAA Centre
The 49-year-old Puerto Rican singer has revealed his Desde El Alma U.S. tour dates.
After two years out of the spotlight, Chayanne will take his show on the road on a tour that will debut in the United States.
“There are many ideas that I have, the elements I want to incorporate, I want a show that people will have a good time with and sing with me,” said Chayanne in a press statement.
Desde El Alma tour will start in San José, CA on Aug. 23 and will visit 15 cities including Los Angeles, New York, Las Vegas, Houston, Boston, and Miami (see full schedule below).
Ticket sales will begin on Friday, March 9 at 10:00 a.m. at Ticketmaster.
The tour is being produced by Cárdenas Marketing Network, Inc. (CMN).
Chayanne, who has an extensive artistic career, is known for being very romantic and flirtatious on stage. His performances combine very deep ballads and explosive and danceable songs, which make his concert an unforgettable experience for all his fans.
Here are Chayanne’s Desde El Alma tour dates and cities:
Maluma is bringing his FAME to American audiences…
The 23-year-old Colombian singer is going on the road again.
Maluma announced a set of new live dates on Tuesday afternoon (November 14) for his U.S. tour, called F.A.M.E.
The tour kicks off on March 23rd in Washington, D.C., and will make stops in more than 21 cities throughout the country, including the American Airlines Arena in Miami, Madison Square Garden in New York and The Forum in Los Angeles.
“I couldn’t be more excited to announce my return to the United States on tour, exactly one year after announcing my first-ever US tour — and so much has happened since!,” said Maluma. “The best part for US fans is that I will be coming with an entirely brand new show.”
Maluma also announced his forthcoming album F.A.M.E., to be released in early 2018.
Maluma is one of the top nominees for the 2017 Latin Grammy awards, including for record of the year and song of the year.
Maluma’s F.A.M.E. tour tickets will go on sale on Friday, November 17 on Ticketmaster.
The U.S. leg of the tour is being produced by Cardenas Marketing Network (CMN).
The Colombian rising star has signed an exclusive booking deal with Cardenas Marketing Network (CMN), according to Billboard.
The deal with CMN includes shows for Latin America and the U.S., and comes after the success of his single “Una Lady Como Tu,” which currently has more than 262 million views on YouTube.
“It is a pride for us to be part of Manuel Turizo professional growth as well as the global euphoria that he has gradually succeeded in creating,” said Henry Cardenas, CEO of CMN on a press release. “Manuel has a great future and it is an honor to be a part of what is coming!”
Turizo now joins CMN roster which includes Marc Anthony, Nicky Jam and others.
He is also being managed by La Industria Inc.
“With CMN, we will take touring experience to the next level,” said Turizo.
Bad Bunny is ready to take Latin America by storm…
The 23-year-old Puerto Rican reggaeton, a rising Trap star, has signed an exclusive booking deal with Cardenas Marketing Network (CMN) for select Latin American territories.
CMN, which also books Marc Anthony, Gente de Zona and Nicky Jam among other artists, will have exclusive booking rights for Bad Bunny in Bolivia, Brazil, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Uruguay and Venezuela.
The deal underscores the growing impact of Latin trap, which only a year ago, was the stuff of local clubs. Now, a roster of acts that includes Ozuna, Bryant Myers and Farruko is delivering the music to a much broader audience, and last April, the Billboard Latin Music Conference hosted its first-ever Latin trap panel.
“We are proud to add Bad Bunny to our booking roster, as he is continuing an upward trend playing in new venues, countries and continents,” said Henry Cardenas, CEO of Cardenas Marketing Network in a statement.
Bad Bunny is signed to indie Hear This Music. His current single, “Soy Peor,” is at No. 22 on Billboard’s Hot Latin Songs chart.
The song — a powerful get-even rant (“If I used to be an SOB now I’m worst, because of you,” says the chorus) — has generated dozens of “response” videos online from women who’ve created their own lyrics. In doing so, it underscores Bad Bunny’s growing popularity.
“This is a step in the right direction and I know it will help my career continue to grow exponentially,” said Bad Bunny in a statement.
The Cuban reggaeton duo, consisting of Alexander Delgado and Randy Malcom, has signed an exclusive deal with Cardenas Marketing Network (CMN) for worldwide booking, according to Billboard.
The deal was negotiated in partnership with Magnus Media, the entertainment company launched by Marc Anthony, which also manages Gente de Zona.
“We are proud to add Gente de Zona to our booking roster as they are continuing an upward trend playing in new venues, countries and continents”, said Henry Cardenas, Cardenas Marketing Network CEO.
CMN has already begun preparations for Gente de Zona’s 2016 tour dates which will take the duo throughout Europe, Latin America, the U.S., and for the first time, the Middle East.
Regarding the partnership, Magnus’ CEO, Michael Vega said: “We are thrilled to have the CMN team aboard as partners as we continue to develop Gente de Zona’s profile throughout the world.”
CMN, based out in Chicago and Miami, produces Latin music concerts in the United States and the rest of the world for Marc Anthony, Juan Luis Guerra, Juan Gabriel, Chayanne, Alejandro Fernández and more.
Since the release of “Bailando” (with Enrique Iglesias) in 2014, and “La Gozadera” with Marc Anthony in 2015, Gente de Zona has taken Cuba’s sounds and rhythm around the world with their music.
The duo is a four-time finalist for the Billboard Latin Music Awards 2016.
Daddy Yankee is bringing out some big guns for his upcoming all-star concert.
The 38-year-old Puerto Rican reggaeton singer, songwriter, producer and actor is gathering an A-list squad for a special, one-night only engagement during his King Daddytour.
Scheduled to take place on October 17 at Los Angeles’ Staples Center, the stellar line-up for Yankee’s concert includes Prince Royce, Yandel, Natalia Jimenez, Arcángel, Plan B and others to be confirmed soon.
Tickets for the concert, produced by Cárdenas Marketing Network, in association with Pina Records and AEG Live, will go on sale Sept. 3 on axs.com.
Having just trekked across Europe for a 19-date tour, Yankee has a busy two years of touring ahead of him.
His recently announced 60-date joint tour The Kingdomwith Don Omar kicks off on December 5 in Puerto Rico and will run for two years.
The partnership also includes a joint album and a TV show for the two reggaeton superstars.
After joining voices on their hit single “Cuando Nos Volvamos a Encontrar,” the 46-year-old Puerto Rican salsa singer and the 53-year-old Colombian singer have announced plans to tour together in an outing they’ve dubbed UNIDO2, a play on words meaning “United” part 2.
The tour will be presented by Cardenas Marketing Network (CMN), which has long produced and booked Marc Anthony’s performances worldwide.
Anthony and Vives, two of Latin music’s biggest stars, will perform in 11 U.S. markets. The tour will also include additional solo performances by Marc Anthony in seven other markets.
UNIDO2 kicks off with two shows at Puerto Rico’s Coliseum on Sept. 11 and 12, followed by dates in Las Vegas, Canada and Chicago, among other cities.
The pair will play two nights at Los Angeles’ Nokia Theater and two nights at the American Airlines Arena in Miami.
Anthony and Vives have both been touring as solo acts in the past year.
Anthony even came in as the highest-grossing Latin touring act of 2014, according to Boxscore, bringing in $26.8 million ticket sales for 32 reported shows in North America. A total of 20 of those came from U.S. venues and 12 from Mexico.
Tickets for the tour go on sale April 10 at 1:00 pm ET, with the exception of the Barclays Center concert in New York, which goes on sale April 17. Puerto Rico sale dates will be announced separately.
TOUR DATES AND VENUES FOR “UNIDO2”2015
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11TH – PUERTO RICO, COLISEO JOSE MIGUEL AGRELOT – MARC ANTHONY ONLY www.ticketpop.com
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12TH – PUERTO RICO, COLISEO JOSE MIGUEL AGRELOT – MARC ANTHONY ONLY www.ticketpop.com
“Billboard en Concierto takes the best of our charts straight to the fans. There is no comparable concert experience out there,” said Leila Cobo, executive director, Latin content and programming, Billboard.
Since its inception, the series features performances by top acts who are finalists for the Billboard Latin Music Awards. Originally launched as a three-day event, the series has grown to seven dates.
“CMN is honored to work again with longtime partners Billboard and Telemundo to present this leading Latin music series,” said Henry Cardenas, president/CEO, CMN. “We’re privileged to continue the success of Billboard en Concierto for the fifth consecutive year and look forward to another unforgettable year.”
Tickets to Billboard En Concierto can be obtained through local Telemundo stations or by participating in sponsored promotions. Fans can visit their local Telemundo websites for more information.
Billboard en Concierto leads up to the Billboard Latin Music Conference, taking place April 21-24 at the Marriott in Miami, and the Billboard Latin Music Awards, which will air live on Telemundo April 24.