Bad Bunny Announces 2022 Stadium Dates Across North and South America

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– El Último
Bad Bunny, who will play stadiums in North and South America later this year, performs at Hiram Bithorn Stadium in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Dec. 10, 2021.

Bad Bunny embarks on a North American arena tour early next month, but the Puerto Rican reggaeton star is already looking ahead. Come August and September, he’ll play 15 U.S. stadiums, he revealed Monday.

Bad Bunny’s stadium run, titled “Bad Bunny: World’s Hottest Tour,” begins at Campaign World Stadium in Orlando, Fla., on Aug. 5, and will hit several of the country’s biggest venues before wrapping at Los Angeles’ SoFi Stadium on Sept. 30.

Other stops for Bad Bunny will include Miami’s Hard Rock Stadium (Aug. 12), Chicago’s Soldier Field (Aug. 20), New York’s Yankee Stadium (Aug. 27), Dallas’ AT&T Stadium (Sept. 9) and Las Vegas’ Allegiant Stadium (Sept. 23).

Alesso will support most dates on the North American tour, which is being promoted by Live Nation and CMN, outside of the Orlando opener, for which support hasn’t yet been announced, and the New York and Los Angeles dates, where Diplo will be on the bill.

After traversing the States, Bad Bunny will head south, where he’ll play stadiums in Central and South America in October, November and December.

That run begins Oct. 21 at Estadio Olímpico Félix Sánchez in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, and concludes at Mexico City’s Estadio Azteca on Dec. 9. The routing will take Bad Bunny to several other key markets, including Santiago, Chile (Estadio Nacional Julio Martínez Prádanos, Oct. 28), Buenoe Aires, Argentina (Estadio de Vélez – José Amalfitani, Nov. 4), Lima, Peru (Estadio Nacional, Nov. 13) and San Jose, Costa Rica (Estadio Nacional, Nov. 24).

First, however, Bad Bunny has a hotly anticipated arena tour to tend to. That run, titled “El Último Tour Del Mundo 2022,” begins at Denver’s Ball Arena on Feb. 9 and concludes at Miami’s FTX Arena on April 1. Along the way, it’ll hit major stops including Dallas’ American Airlines Center (Feb. 18), Los Angeles’ Arena (Feb. 24), Brooklyn’s Barclays Center (March 19) and Atlanta’s State Farm Arena (March 27).

In fact, of the 15 markets where Bad Bunny announced 2022 stadium shows, he’ll also play arenas in all but one – San Antonio – this spring.

In December, Bad Bunny played the first stadium shows of his career, setting attendance records across two performances at Hiram Bithorn Stadium in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Before the pandemic, Bad Bunny was already asserting himself as a live powerhouse. He ranked No. 53 on Pollstar‘s year-end worldwide touring chart in 2019, and grossed $51.4 million that calendar year, according to Pollstar Boxoffice reports. His top-grossing report from that year was a sold-out, three-night run at San Juan’s Coliseo de Puerto Rico, which moved 48,080 tickets and grossed $3.7 million.

He did well in the U.S. as well, with his top four arena appearances coming with sellouts at venues he’ll revisit this spring – New York’s Madison Square Garden, Miami’s FTX Arena, Southern California’s Forum and Los Angeles’ Arena – and grossing between $1.9 and $2.1 million.

Tickets for Bad Bunny’s stadium tour go onsale Jan. 28 at 12 p.m. local time. Find the list of dates below.

August 5 – Camping World Stadium – Orlando, FL
August 9 – Truist Park^ – Atlanta, GA
August 12 – Hard Rock Stadium^ – Miami, FL
August 18 – Fenway Park^ – Boston, MA
August 20 – Soldier Field – Chicago, IL 
August 23 – Nationals Park^ – Washington, DC
August 27 – Yankee Stadium* – New York, NY
September 1 – Minute Maid Park^ – Houston, TX       
September 7 – Alamodome^ – San Antonio, TX
September 9 – AT&T Stadium^ – Dallas, TX
September 14 – RingCentral Coliseum^ – Oakland, CA
September 17 – PETCO Park^ – San Diego, CA    
September 23 – Allegiant Stadium^ – Las Vegas, NV
September 28 – Chase Field^ – Phoenix, AZ        
September 30 – SoFi Stadium* – Los Angeles, CA
October 21 – Estadio Olímpico Félix Sánchez – Santo Domingo, DR
October 28 – Estadio Nacional Julio Martínez Prádanos – Santiago, Chile 
November 4 – Estadio de Vélez – José Amalfitani – Buenos Aires, Argentina
November 11 – Estadio La Nueva Olla – Asuncion, Paraguay
November 13 – Estadio Nacional – Lima, Peru
November 16 – Estadio Olímpico Atahualpa – Quito, Ecuador
November 18 – Estadio Atanasio Girardot – Medellin, Colombia
November 22 – Estadio Rommel Fernández Gutiérrez – Panama City, Panama
November 24 – Estadio Nacional – San Jose, Costa Rica
November 26 – Estadio Cuscatlán – San Salvador, El Salvador
November 29 – Estadio Olímpico Metropolitano – San Pedro Sula, Honduras
December 1 – Explanada Cardales de Cayalá – Guatemala City, Guatemala
December 3 – Estadio BBVA – Monterrey, Mexico
December 9 – Estadio Azteca – Mexico City, Mexico
^ with special guest Alesso  
* with special guest Diplo