Bad Bunny is headed to Barcelona…
The 24-year-old Puerto Rican Latin trap and reggaeton singer will perform at Sonar, the iconic Barcelona electronic and experimental music festival, this July.
Organizers said in a statement that the presence of Bad Bunny, whose career is skyrocketing after hit collaborations with the likes of Cardi B, Drakeand Jennifer Lopez, “builds on the festival’s long history of supporting urban music from the Caribbean and Latin America.”
Other artists just announced for the July 18-20 dates include rapper Lil Uzi Vert, who will make his debut appearance in Spain, and Nuyorican DJ and producer Louie Vega with Honey Dijon.
The Matthew Herbert Brexit Big Bandwill close the festival with a politically-charged performance by 20 musicians and a 50-voice choir at Barcelona’s outdoor Grecamphitheater.
Spain will be represented at the festival by artists including Territoire, Berlinist, Diego Navarro, Lil Moss, Tutu, Fake Guido and Macromassa, as well as an audiovisual show by Niño de Elche collaborators Los Voluable, called “Flamenco is Not a Crime.”