Bad Bunny Plots U.S. Run

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Bad Bunny has the crowd’s attention at AmericanAirlines Arena in Miami April 28.

This is no ordinary rabbit! Bad Bunny’s got a touring streak a country wide, and he is hopping over from Puerto Rico to take on U.S. arenas in March and April.

The Reggaetoner’s run kicks off March 14 at Santander Arena in Reading, Pa. The tour includes extended runs in Florida (three shows) and Texas (four shows). The last scheduled date is April 27 at Madison Square Garden Arena in New York.

Presales begin Dec. 20 and general onsales begin Dec. 21.

Bad Bunny has been a big name in reggaeton for some time and his crossover hit “I Like It” with Cardi B and J Balvin has only widened his audience.

The Bunny’s business has been pretty damn good, and he has trotted the globe this year, performing in North America, South America and Europe. There have been plenty of highlights, but he has reported grosses of more than $1 million at the following locations: Allstate Arena in Rosemont, Ill., March 16; Forum in Inglewood, Calif., April 22; American AirlinesArena in Miami April 28; and Prudential Center in Newark, N.J., Aug. 18.

Bad Bunny is also scheduled to perform at Calibash at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas Jan. 26 alongside Enrique Iglesias, Ozuna, Wisin, Yandel, Becky G., Farruko and many others.

The routing for Bad Bunny’s upcoming tour is pasted below for ease of reference.

March 14 @ Santander Arena – Reading, Pa.
March 16 @ AmericanAirlines Arena – Miami, Fla.
March 21 @ Moda Center – Portland, Ore.
March 22 @ Tacoma Dome – Tacoma, Wash.
March 24 @ Allstate Arena – Rosemont, Ill.
March 28 @ H-E-B Center At Cedar Park – Cedar Park, Texas
March 29 @ State Farm Hidalgo Arena – Hidalgo, Texas
March 31 @ UTEP Don Haskins Center – El Paso, Texas
April 4 @ American Airlines Center – Dallas, Texas
April 5 @ Sames Auto Arena – Laredo, Texas
April 7 @ Mohegan Sun Arena – Uncasville, Conn.
April 11 @ Amway Center – Orlando, Fla.
April 12 @ Hertz Arena – Estero, Fla.
April 27 @ Madison Square Garden Arena – New York, New York