Latin Trap Superstar Bad Bunny Plotting U.S. Tour in 2019

Bad Bunny in concert in September. Photo by RMV/REX/Shutterstock (9898868r)

Latin trap and reggaeton superstar Bad Bunny is coming to the United States next year. The Puerto Rican singer recently announced that he would embark on a U.S. tour in 2019, which will see him visiting 14 cities across the nation.

Bad Bunny’s Live tour will kick off in Santander Arena in Reading, Pennsylvania on March 14th, and will wrap up in New York’s Madison Square Garden on April 27th. Miami, Dallas, Tacoma, and Portland will also be among the cities included in the tour.

This will be Bad Bunny’s second tour across the United States, after the La Nueva Religión tour in 2018, which saw him selling out most of the shows.

You can check out the full list of 2019 tour dates below.

Bad Bunny started his career by posting songs on music sharing platform SoundCloud, where he quickly gained the attention of DJ Luian, who signed him to a deal with his record label. After releasing his breakthrough hit, “Soy Peor,” in early 2017, he started receiving international exposure, and his popularity skyrocketed.  He collaborated with several high-profile Latin artist like J Balvin and Ozuna, while also being featured on songs with Drake, Cardi B, and Jenifer Lopez.