Christian Nodal Announces 8-Date Pa’l Cora Tour in Europe

Christian Nodal is heading across the Atlantic Ocean

The 25-year-old Mexican musician, singer and songwriter will kick off an eight-date European stint as part of his Pa’l Cora Tour, which will begin on June 28 in Zurich and visit other major cities including London, Paris, Madrid, Barcelona and Milan.

Christian NodalNodal’s trek through Europe, the first for a Regional Mexican solo act, is a significant moment for the genre in general, and a nod to its globalization.

“When we performed our first concert in Madrid last May, at the WiZink Center, more than a goal a European tour was a dream and you, my fans, with that SOLD OUT ended up making it come true,” said Nodal in a statement. “Thank you for loving my music as much or more than I do … I love you guys so much, see you soon, I will be visiting you in your city so we can dance, fall in love and also have a shot of Don Julio tequila in the name of heartbreak.”

Nodal’s Pa’l Cora Tour in Europe — a mix of theater, arena and festival shows — will follow his Foraji2 Tour, which he wrapped in December 2023.

The 31-date arena run in the United States followed his 22-date 2022 Forajido Tour, which grossed $14.5 million and sold 147,000 tickets across 22 shows, according to Billboard Boxscore.

In 2023, he grossed $21.6 million and sold 259,000 tickets.

Peso Pluma Announces Dates for Arena Trek ‘2024 Exodo Tour’

Peso Pluma is hitting the road…

The 24-year-old Mexican star has revealed the dates for his 2024 Exodo Tour, set to kick off on May 26 at the Sueños Festival in Chicago.

Peso PlumaProduced by Live Nation, the North American leg of the arena trek will include more than 35 shows, with stops in New York, Miami, Dallas, Las Vegas, San Diego and more before wrapping October 11 in Montville, Conn.

According to a press release, fans can expect an “all-new show, inclusive of a fully reimagined set design and setlist” with his live band in tow. Peso’s upcoming trek follows his first-ever tour last year.

His first reported Boxscore was an April 8 concert at the Toyota Center in Ontario, Calif., where he grossed $988K and sold more than 8,000 tickets, according to Billboard Boxscore. He finished the 2023 tracking period with two $2 million shows in Hidalgo, Texas, and Chula Vista, Calif.

His 2023 run landed him at No. 47 in the all-genre Top 100 Tours, grossing a total of $48.8 million across 39 shows, according to Billboard‘s year-end Boxscore charts.

Peso Plu,a’s breakthrough year was marked with 26 songs on the Billboard Hot 100, all of which he entered in 2023 alone. His history-making album Génesis peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 — the highest ranking for a Regional Mexican album — and he most recently won his first Grammy, taking home the gramophone for best música mexicana album (including tejano) for Génesis.

Tickets are set to go on sale Friday, February 23, at 10:00 a.m. local time at

Here are the complete list of dates for Peso Pluma’s 2024 Exodo Tour:

May 26 – Chicago, IL – Sueños Festival
May 28 – Minneapolis, MN – Target Center
May 30 – Milwaukee, WI – Fiserv Forum
May 31 – Indianapolis, IN – Gainbridge Fieldhouse
June 1 – Detroit, MI – Little Caesars Arena
June 3 – Toronto, ON – Scotiabank Arena
June 4 – Montreal, QC – Bell Centre
June 7 – Philadelphia, PA – Wells Fargo Center
June 9 – New York, NY – Governor’s Ball**
June 10 – Washington, DC – Capital One Arena
June 12 – Greensboro, NC – Greensboro Coliseum
June 21- Tampa, FL – Amalie Arena
June 23- Miami, FL – Kaseya Center
June 26- New Orleans, LA – Smoothie King Center
June 28 – Dallas, TX – American Airlines Center
June 30 – Fort Worth, TX – Dickies Arena
July 17 – San Antonio, TX – Frost Bank Center
July 19 – Austin, TX – Moody Center
July 23 – Oklahoma City, OK – Paycom Arena
July 26 – Houston, TX – Toyota Center
July 30- Nashville, TN – Bridgestone Arena
July 31 – Atlanta, GA – State Farm Arena
Aug. 3 – Tulsa, OK – BOK Center
Aug. 5 – Kansas City, MO – T-Mobile Center
Aug. 6 – Omaha, NE – CHI Health Center
Aug. 9 – Denver, CO – Ball Arena
Aug. 10 – Rosarito, MX – Baja Beach Fest
Aug. 11 – Salt Lake City, UT – Delta Center
Aug. 13 – Portland, OR – Moda Center
Aug. 16 – Seattle, WA – Climate Pledge Arena
Aug. 28 – San Jose, CA – SAP Center
Sept. 7 – Fresno, CA – Save Mart Center at Fresno State
Sept. 17 – San Diego, CA – Pechanga Arena
Sept. 12 – Las Vegas, NV – T-Mobile Arena
Sept. 23 – Phoenix, AZ – Footprint Center
Oct. 6 – Chicago, IL – United Center
Oct. 9 – Cleveland, OH – Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse
Oct. 11 – Montville, CT – Mohegan Sun Arena

Luis Miguel Adds 50 Additional Dates to “Luis Miguel Tour” in 2024

Luis Miguel will be spending more time on the road…

After strong sales of the 65 dates of his Luis Miguel Tour 2023, which will play until the end of the year, the 53-year-old Mexican singer and record producer has announced plans to extend his trek through 2024.

Luis MiguelMiguel will play 50 additional dates next year, making stops in Central and South America, the United States, Canada and Europe.

Luis Miguel Tour 2024 will officially kick off in Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic on January 20, 2024, and will go to Central and South America before circling back to the U.S., April 4 in Seattle, WA. He’ll then play 32 dates, ending June 16 in Greensboro, North Carolina. The shows will be produced by CMN and Fenix, who are also producing the current leg of the tour.

Miguel’s 2023 tour officially kicked off on August 3 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, with the singer performing over 50 songs from his vast catalog, including timeless hits such as “La incondicional,” “Ahora te puedes marchar,” and “Hasta que me olvides.”

The highly-anticipated tour is Miguel’s first outing since his 2018-2019 México por Siempre tour, which grossed $101.4 million and sold 965,000 tickets across 116 shows, according to Billboard Boxscore. It was the highest grossing Latin tour in Boxscore history until last year when Bad Bunny‘El Último Tour del Mundo and World’s Hottest Tour surpassed it.

The México por Siempre tour coincided with the first season of Luis Miguel: The Series, based on Miguel’s life and premiering in April 2018. The second and third seasons of the series streamed on Netflix in 2021, in the middle of the pandemic, heightening interest in Miguel and his catalog, despite the fact that he hasn’t released a studio album since 2017’s ¡Mexico Por Siempre!

Luis Miguel Tour 2024 tickets go on presale Thursday, August 10 at 10 am ET, and all tickets will go on sale onn Aug. 11 for the U.S.

Ticket sales in other countries will be announced individually.

Luis Miguel Tour 2024 dates:

Jan. 20 — Santo Domingo, Rep. Dominicana
Jan. 23 — San Juan, Puerto Rico
Jan. 27 — Ciudad de Guatemala, Guatemala
Jan. 30 — San Salvador, El Salvador
Feb. 2 — Tegucigalpa, Honduras
Feb. 5 — Managua, Nicaragua
Feb. 8 — San José, Costa Rica
Feb. 12 — Caracas, Venezuela
Feb. 15 — Medellín, Colombia
Feb. 17 — Bogotá, Colombia
Feb. 21 — Quito, Ecuador
Feb. 24 — Lima, Perú
March 2 — Santiago, Chile
March 8 — Buenos Aires, Argentina
March 14 — Córdoba, Argentina
March 16 — Montevideo, Uruguay
March 20 — Asunción, Paraguay
March 23 — Sao Paolo, Brasil
March 28 — Santa Cruz, Bolivia
April 4 — Seattle, WA
April 5 — Portland, OR
April 7 — Sacramento, CA
April 11 — San Francisco, CA
April 13 — Fresno, CA
April 14 — San Jose, CA
April 17 — Los Angeles, CA
April 19 — Las Vegas, NV
April 20 — Glendale, AZ
April 25 — Palm Desert, CA
April 26 — Ontario, CA
April 28 — Salt Lake City, UT
May 2 — El Paso, TX
May 4 — Laredo, TX
May 5 — Austin, TX
May 8 — Dallas, TX
May 10 — Hidalgo, TX
May 11 — San Antonio, TX
May 15 — Houston, TX
May 18 — Atlanta, GA
May 23 — Toronto, Canadá
May 24 — Montreal, Canadá
May 26 — Minneapolis, MN
May 30 — Chicago, IL
June 1 — Brooklyn, NY
June 2 — Uncasville, CT
June 5 — Orlando, FL
June 6 — Sunrise, FL
June 8 — Miami, FL
June 12 — New Orleans
June 14 — Nashville, TN
June 16 — Greensboro, NC

Enrique Iglesias Uniting with Ricky Martin & Pitbull for North America Trilogy Tour

Enrique Iglesias is joining forces with two global superstars for a legendary trek…

The 48-year-old Spanish singer and songwriter is set to go on tour with Ricky Martin and Pitbull.

Enrique IglesiasThe three hitmakers announced dates for their North America Trilogy Tour, which is set to kick off on October 14 in Washington, D.C.

The 19-date arena trek — produced by Live Nation — will make stops in major cities such as New York, Miami, Houston and Las Vegas before wrapping up on December 16 in Vancouver, B.C.

“It’s a true honor to tour with Enrique and Ricky, 2 music icons who broke global music barriers for our culture and open doors for someone like myself,” Pitbull (born Armando Christian Perez) said in a statement. “We’re excited to take The Trilogy tour around the world and give our fans the time of their Trilogy lives, Dale!”

“I am incredibly excited to be going on tour with my friends Pitbull and Ricky,” added Iglesias. “The Trilogy Tour will be an amazing experience for ALL of our fans. It’s going to be a once in a lifetime tour.”

Ricky Martin echoed his tour mates’ excitement: “Going back on the road with not only Enrique, but now with Pitbull, it’s very exciting. This tour will be a wild party from beginning to end so get ready, it’s going to be epic!”

According to the press release, the artists will be delivering “three unique headlining sets.”

It’s not the first time the three musicians will go on tour with each other. In 2017, Enrique Iglesias and Pitbull went on tour with CNCO as the opening act. The trek grossed $38 million and sold 415,000 tickets, according to Billboard Boxscore numbers.

Four years later in 2021, Iglesias teamed up with Ricky Martin — and Sebastián Yatra as the tour’s opener — on a tour that grossed $35.2 million and sold 312,000 tickets.

For the Trilogy Tour, fans can register now through June 4 for the Verified Fan presale. According to Live Nation, selected fans will then receive an access code will be able to participate in presale starting June 7. The general on sale will begin June 9 at 10 a.m. local time on

Here are the tour dates:

Oct. 14 – Washington, D.C. – Capital One Arena
Oct. 17 – Toronto, ON – Scotiabank Arena
Oct. 20 – Montreal, QC – Bell Centre
Oct. 21– Boston, MA – TD Garden
Oct. 26 – New York, NY – Madison Square Garden
Oct. 28 – Brooklyn, NY – Barclays Center
Nov. 1 – Chicago, IL – United Center
Nov. 3 – Detroit, MI – Little Caesars Arena
Nov. 9 – Orlando, FL – Amway Center
Nov. 10 – Miami, FL – Kaseya Center
Nov. 17 – Dallas, TX – American Airlines Center
Nov. 18 – Houston, TX – Toyota Center
Nov. 19 – San Antonio, TX – AT&T Center
Nov. 24 – Las Vegas, NV – T-Mobile Arena
Nov. 25 – Phoenix, AZ – Footprint Center
Nov. 30 – Los Angeles, CA – Arena
Dec. 6 – San Jose, CA – SAP Center
Dec. 8 – Seattle, WA – Climate Pledge Arena
Dec. 10 – Vancouver, B.C. – Rogers Arena

Daddy Yankee Serves as World Baseball Classic Ambassador, Releases WBC Anthem “Chispa”

Daddy Yankee is getting in the game…

The 46-year-old Puerto Rican reggaeton superstar is serving as the ambassador for the 2023 World Baseball Classic (WBC).

Daddy YankeeAs part of his ambassadorial duties, Daddy Yankee throws his superstar status behind an anthem for the current tournament, “Chispa,” which he co-produced with Play-N-Skilz.

According to a statement from organizers, “Chispa” will be featured across WBC and MLB social platforms, and with the Classic’s coverage, in-park activations and more.

Also, Daddy Yankee is expected to attend several games played at loanDeport park in Miami throughout the tournament, which he launched by throwing out the first pitch last Sunday (March 12) before the Venezuela vs. Puerto Rico game.

Much has happened in the year since Yankee announced his retirement from music.

Born Raymond Ayala, Daddy Yankee ends his touring career on a high, with his La Ultima Vuelta trek raking-in $197.8 million and 1.9 million tickets sold over 83 shows in 2022, according to figures reported to Billboard Boxscore.

That’s by some distance the biggest tour of his career, and behind only Bad Bunny among Latin artists.

Yankee’s collaboration with Luis Fonsi, “Despacito,” last year extend its reign as the most-viewed music video on YouTube, by hitting the magical 8 billion streams milestone. And his final album, 2022’s Legendaddy, gave Yankee a career-high No. 8 peak on the Billboard 200, his second top 10 appearance on the all-genres chart.

Daddy Yankee’s beloved Puerto Rico is one of 20 nations competing in the Classic, which reaches its climax March 21 in Miami. Sanctioned by the World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC), it’s the sport’s premier international competition — essentially, the world cup for baseball.

Karol G Reveals Doodle-Inspired Cover Art & Track List for New Album “Mañana Será Bonito”

Karol G is getting colorful

The 31-year-old Colombian singer-songwriter has unveiled the colorful doodle-inspired cover and tracklist for her forthcoming album Mañana Será Bonito, which will be released on February 24.

Karol GThe 17-song album, which kicks off with “Mientras Me Curo del Cora,” features collaborations with QuevedoCarla MorrisonSean PaulSechBad GyalJustin Quiles and Angel Dior.

It also includes previously released singles “Provenza,” “Cairowith Ovy on the Drums, “Gatubela” featuring Maldy, and the Romeo Santos-assisted “X Si Volvemos.”

“This is the face of my album,” Karol wrote on social media. “I present it with all my love and pride. To be honest, I can’t believe I was able to contain myself and not share the release date sooner but I can finally share it with you. I am happy and counting down the days.”

Mañana Será Bonito will be her fourth studio album. It will follow her 2021 Grammy-nominated KG0516, which scored Karol her first No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Latin Albums. The set earned the biggest week for a Latin album by a woman since Shakira‘s 2017 El Dorado.

Karol G nabbed the No. 1 spot on Billboard‘s 2022 year-end Top Latin Artists – Female chart for a fourth consecutive year. She was also No. 2 on the overall Top Latin Artists chart – the only female act in the top 10. Furthermore, Karol G’s $trip Love Tour became the highest grossing U.S. tour by Latin female act in history. It grossed $69.9 million and sold 410,000 tickets across 33 shows in North America (through the end of October), according to numbers reported to Billboard Boxscore.

Karol G Reveals Name of Upcoming New Album: “Mañana Será Bonito”

Karol G is preparing for a prettier day

The 31-year-old Colombian singer/songwriter has revealed the name of her upcoming new album, which she plans to release “soon.”

Karol G“Finally, finally,” she wrote on social media. “Today I announce a project that I’ve dedicated so much love and time to. I just know that for me and for everyone else, Mañana Será Bonito.”

In the short clip, Karol G appears sitting in a car in Medellín when a little note drops on the windshield that reads: “If you’re sad, call me.” When she dials, a kid answers and suggests she write a letter to Santa Claus, perform at a show, or even record her own version of the hit song “La Jeepeta.”

“But señorita, the important thing is that mañana será bonito,” he reassures her at the end of the call.

“Coming soon,” the end of the announcement video teases.

Mañana Será Bonito is the name of her highly anticipated fourth studio album. It will follow her 2021 Grammy-nominated KG0516, which scored Karol her first No. 1 on Billboard‘s Top Latin Albums.

The set earned the biggest week for a Latin album by a woman since Shakira‘s 2017 El Dorado.

Most recently, the “Provenza” singer nabbed the No. 1 spot on Billboard‘s 2022 year-end Top Latin Artists – Female chart for a fourth consecutive year. She was also No. 2 on the overall Top Latin Artists chart – the only female act in the top 10.


Furthermore, Karol G’s $trip Love Tour became the highest grossing U.S. tour by Latin female act in history. It grossed $69.9 million and sold 410,000 tickets across 33 shows in North America (through the end of October), according to numbers reported to Billboard Boxscore.

Anahi & Her RBD Group Mates Sign with Creative Artists Agency (CAA)

Anahi and her RBD group mates are getting creative

The Mexican pop group, featuring the 39-year-old Mexican actress and singer, has signed with Creative Artists Agency (CAA) for worldwide representation in all areas.

RBDSpecifically, the L.A.-based agency will represent the band — now comprised of Anahí, Christian ChavezDulce MaríaChristopher von Uckermann and Maite Perroni — in areas such as acting, brand consulting, touring, podcasting and fashion/beauty.

News of the signing follows RBD’s highly-anticipated announcement of a reunion that includes a 26-date global Soy Rebelde Tour with stops in Mexico, the U.S. and Brazil.

The stint will mark the group’s first time taking the stage together since disbanding in December 2008 after their last show in Madrid.

The Live Nation-produced trek will kick off in El Paso, Texas, at the Sun Bowl Stadium on August 25 and will make stops in key U.S. cities like Chicago, New York, Miami and Los Angeles.

When RBD last toured, in total it grossed $72.5 million and sold over 1.5 million tickets, according to figures reported to Billboard Boxscore.

“It’s a new era that makes us really excited and it’s a new opportunity to share the stage once again and feel a unique energy,” Perroni previously told Billboard. “There’re cycles in life and each one of us had to focus on our careers as actors and musicians and that meant we had to give those projects time, energy and a lot of dedication. It also allowed each one of us to grow professionally and personally. Now, the time [for the reunion] is perfect because we’re now more conscious, more mature, we’ll enjoy it from a different perspective now as adults.”

According to CAA, the group will also release new music in the spring.

On the Billboard charts, RBD has a total of seven entries on the Billboard 200 chart including RebeldeCelestial and Nuestro Amor, and eight entries on Top Latin Albums with six hitting the top 10. On Hot Latin Songs, the band has 10 total entries and out of those, five hit top 10.

RBD is managed by Guillermo Rosas, who’s also executive producing the Soy Rebelde Tour.

Daddy Yankee’s “La Ultima Vuelta World Tour” Becomes Biggest-Ever Tour of His Career

Daddy Yankee has ended his touring career with a bang…

The 45-year-old Puerto Rican reggaeton superstar has played the final shows of his farewell tour, ending at Miami’s FTX Arena on Thursday, December 22.

Daddy YankeeAccording to figures reported to Billboard Boxscore, La Ultima Vuelta World Tour wrapped with $197.8 million and 1.9 million tickets sold over 83 shows in 2022. That makes it the biggest tour of his career, by a long shot.

The tour kicked off at Denver’s Ball Arena on July 25, and played 33 shows until finishing its first leg at Madison Square Garden. The U.S. and Canada run earned $61.6 million and sold 376,000 tickets before venturing to Latin America.

There, Daddy Yankee hit 22 Spanish-speaking markets and earned $112.7 million and sold 1.383 million tickets.

He then closed the tour with 12 additional American shows, adding $23.4 million and 143,000 tickets to the final count.

With something of a home-field (or language) advantage, Latin American shows averaged $3 million and 36,000 tickets in mostly stadiums, compared to $1.9 million and 12,000 tickets in mostly domestic arenas.

Daddy Yankee’s geographical divide is in contrast with that of the year’s other major Latin tour from Bad Bunny. With more significant crossover success in recent years, Bad Bunny paced a similar 40,000-plus attendance in both territories but earned nearly three times more per show in the U.S. and Canada because of more elastic ticket scaling.

Bad Bunny and Daddy Yankee played a major role in lifting promoter Cardenas Marketing Network to No. 3 on the year-end Top Promoters ranking. After the final show in Miami, Henry Cardenas reflected to Billboard via email on the impact of Daddy Yankee’s final tour and touring career that started on day one.

“It was an unforgettable tour for me and for the entire CMN team. Having produced the farewell tour of the icon and influencer of an entire generation is one of the greatest accomplishments that our company has achieved. In 2005 we were the producers of his first tour, Barrio Fino, and today we say goodbye to him in La Ultima Vuelta. I thank Raymond and Mireddys for giving us the opportunity to be part of this dream that is now a reality and for allowing us to be direct witnesses of their great legacy.”

The La Ultima Vuelta World Tour was 2022’s second-biggest tour in Latin America, besting Bad Bunny’s $80 million-plus total, but falling short of Coldplay’s $127.9 million from two separate legs of Music of the Spheres Tour.

Still, Daddy Yankee’s nearly $2 million average in the states on a robust 45-date routing made for a gargantuan global total. Excluding Latin American dates, La Ultima Vuelta World Tour represents a leap of more than 100% from his previous nightly best. All shows considered, he’s up by 162%.

Regardless of geography or genre, Daddy Yankee finished at No. 13 on the year-end Top Tours chart, ranking artists on their concert business between November 1, 2021-October 31, 2022.

On Billboard’s monthly Top Tours chart, he’s climbed from No. 22 in July to No. 9 to No. 5 and, for October and November, to No. 3 (December’s ranking will publish next month).

Further, in the calendar year of 2022, Daddy Yankee has the sixth-highest grossing tour worldwide, behind Bad Bunny, Elton John, Coldplay, Ed Sheeran and Harry Styles.

And even beyond his year-end achievements, La Ultima Vuelta World Tour finishes as the second-highest grossing Latin tour in Boxscore history, sandwiched between Bad Bunny’s World’s Hottest Tour ($314.1 million) and El Ultimo Tour Del Mundo ($116.8 million).

Bad Bunny Teases New Single He’ll Release “to Close the Year”

Bad Bunny is ending the year with a banger

Just five days before Christmas, the 28-year-old Puerto Rican superstar has unveiled a preview clip of a never-before-heard track on TikTok.

Bad Bunny“OK, now yes, check this out,” he said in the 50-second clip. “Let me play this for you. This is to close the year.”

Bunny’s sultry vocals are heard over a simple beat that soon transitions into a hard-hitting reggaeton track.

“He loves you and gives you everything/ But you’re the devil and you’re crazy for me/ You like the bad boys and are playing fire with me […] although you’re a sin, I’m going to hell following that big a–/ I’m on my way/ Today I’m picking you up after midnight,” he chants in the saucy snippet.

He teased fans some more in the caption. “Let me know if you want another preview,” he wrote, which has fans speculating in the comments that this could either mark the return of “Trap Bunny,” or that he might drop a whole new album before 2022 comes to an end.

As fans patiently wait for El Conejo Malo’s next big move, there’s no denying that Bad Bunny was the year’s biggest music star.

Bad Bunny ruled Billboard’s year-end Top Artists chart for the first time, while his Un Verano Sin Ti made history as the first all-Spanish album to hit No. 1 on the Billboard 200 year-end albums chart (and has spent 13 weeks at the top so far), and the album also became the first-ever all-Spanish release to earn a Grammy nomination for album of the year.

He also closed out the year with his record-breaking $435 million in tour grosses that combine more than 80 concerts from two separate tours (El Último Tour del Mundo and The World’s Hottest Tour). That amount became the highest gross for an artist in a calendar year since Billboard Boxscore launched in the late 1980s.


me dicen si quieren otro preview…

♬ original sound – Bad Bunny

The unreleased track he teased on TikTok will follow his Arcangel-assisted “La Jumpa,” which debuted at No. 3 on the Hot Latin Songs chart dated December 10, 2022.