There are Dangerous times in Yandel’s future…
The 39-year-old Puerto Rican reggaeton musician, songwriter and record producer has announced his upcoming “Dangerous” tour.
The revelation comes less than six months after signing an exclusive, worldwide management deal with Roc Nation.
Encompassing 15 U.S. dates, the tour kicks off October 9 at Chicago’s Aragon Ballrom and will be Yandel’s longest running U.S. stint to date as a soloist.
The Dangerous tour, named after Yandel’s current album on Sony Music Latin, will also take him to Los Angeles, Houston, Dallas and Boston, among other cities.
It’s Yandel’s first trek as part of his newly-signed exclusive touring with Live Nation.
The U.S. tour will be preceded by an October 7 date in San Juan’s Coliseo de Puerto Rico.
The “Dangerous” tour will have a marquee roster of supporting acts: Alexis y Fido, Plan B and De La Ghetto will join on select dates, while DJ Lobo and Gadiel will support in all stops.
Yandel’s current single, “Nunca me olvides,” is at No. 18 on Billboard’s Hot Latin Songs chart. As a featured artist, he’s also at No. 6 with Maluma’s “El perdedor” and at No. 17 with “Ay Mi Dios” by IAmChino, also featuring Pitbull and El Chacal.
Live Nation, together with Tidal, will launch “Dangerous” ticket presales for its members and for Yandel fans beginning Tuesday, August 30 at 10 a.m. local time both on Tidal and Live Nation’s websites. General ticket sales begin August 31.