With the start of the new month, the countdown is on for the release of Tiago PZK’s debut album, Portales, and the rising star’s first multinational outing. The Argentine rapper and singer is going all out for his first trek, having lined up gigs at more than two dozen venues throughout South America, the U.S. and Mexico.
Portales is due out on Grand Move Records/Warner Música Latina.
“This is Tiago PZK’s debut tour. The start of the tour coincides with the release of his first album. The first leg will cover over 34 shows in 10 countries. It kicks off on July 30th & 31st with two sold-out shows at the Movistar Arena in Buenos Aires. We will be announcing the second leg in October,” Phil Rodriguez of Move Management told Pollstar.
After kicking off the party in his home country at the 15,500-capacity Movistar Arena in Buenos Aires, stops on the “Portales Tour” routing include Antel Arena in Montevideo, Uruguay Aug. 2; Arena Peru in Lima Aug. 27; Movistar Arena in Bogotá, Colombia Aug. 29; Pepper Club in San Jose, Costa Rica Sept. 2; Movistar Arena in Santiago, Chile Oct. 5; Music Hall Of Williamsburg in Brooklyn, N.Y,. Nov. 27; El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles Nov. 29; and El Foro in Tijuana, Mexico Dec. 5.
“As a well-versed artist, composer, producer, and singer who showcases the depth of the Latin Urban genre, we are proud to be part of Tiago’s journey on his first tour throughout the US,” said promoter Nelson Albareda, CEO of Loud And Live.
The 20-year-old artist has already had a big year so far. Ahead of his album’s release, Tiago PZK teamed up with superstar Ozuna for the duet “Nos Comemos,” which came out in June.
And he’s been earning praise for his presence on stage, including his performance of “Nosotros Remix” in April at the Latin American Music Awards 2022 in Las Vegas with María Becerra. Earlier that month he showed off two of his biggest hits, “BZRP Music Session Vol. 48 (Bombona)” recorded with Bizarrap and “Salimo de Noche” at the LOS40 Primavera Pop in Spain.
In March the rapper/singer took part in Lollapalooza Festival’s editions in Chile and Argentina, where he performed before 30,000 and 80,000 fans, respectively.
Plus, Tiago PZK played Vibra Urbana Las Vegas in late April, followed by his first two solo concerts in Mexico City, two sold-out shows at the Lunario del Auditorio Nacional May 3-4. An announcement from his team notes that the shows sold out in less than an hour.
He also performed “BZRP Music Session Vol. 48” June 2 at the HEAT Latin Music Awards in Cap Cana, Dominican Republic, where he was awarded trophies for Best Artist Southern Region and Best Video for “Entre Nostros Remix.”