Bad Bunny is preparing the World’s Hottest Tour, where he’ll make a grand run across the South and North America, and he’ll be at the Yankee Stadium on 27th August!
Bad Bunny and the World’s Hottest Tour
Superstar Bad Bunny will begin his El Ultimo Tour Del Mundo arena tour in February. And he has announced another show in 2022. The World’s Hottest Tour was announced Monday and is produced in the US by Live Nation and CMN. With dates set to begin in August. Tickets for the world’s hottest tour go on sale to the public on Friday, January 28 at 12 pm. local time.
Pre-sale will also be available at many Bad Bunny locations through the artist, venue, and promoter pages. This crashed major sales sites due to demand, following a prolonged COVID-related pause at the big event.
The US leg of Bad Bunny’s performance will be at Camping World Stadium in Orlando on August 5th. And will end at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles on September 30th. Intermediate stops include Hard Rock Stadium (Miami), Fenway Park (Boston), Yankee Stadium (New York), AT&T Stadium (Dallas), and Loyalty Stadium (Las Vegas). Latin American dates begin in late October. And will include performances in the Dominican Republic, Chile, Argentina, Paraguay, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Panama, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Honduras, Guatemala, and Mexico.
“This announcement clearly demonstrates Bad Bunny’s extraordinary growth as a global superstar,” reads Live Nation’s tour announcement. “There is no doubt that, after such success, ‘Bad Bunny: The World’s Hottest Tour’ will continue to elevate the artist’s career to new and extraordinary levels with a new production in the stadium.”
Bad Bunny is primarily a Latin trap and reggae artist. As described in a Rolling Stone article, Bad Bunny sings and raps with a “dialogue tone”. It employs “deep, muddy tones, sticky melodies, and rapper rhythms.” Bad Bunny told Billboard that his biggest musical inspirations growing up were Héctor Lavoe, Vico C, Daddy Yankee, and Marc Anthony.
He was exposed to salsa and merengue through his father when he was a child. As well as pop ballads from his mother. Additionally, on an episode of “Behind the Music,” he talked about Ricky Martin’s legacy for Latin music and Latin artists. And how Martin changed the music landscape for Latin artists in the future: “There’s no doubt that he’s pulled Ding opened doors. Artists. Thanks to the doors he opened, I’m doing a lot of great things in the music business today.”
Credits: ticketnews.com; https://worldshottesttour.com/
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