Becky G Unveils First-Ever Headlining Tour, ‘Mi Casa, Tu Casa’

Becky G performs at the Coachella Stage during the 2023 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival on April 14 in Indio, California. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for Coachella)

On the heels of memorable performances at Coachella, Becky G announced she will go on the road this fall for the first headlining tour of her career. The Latin star will perform her “Mi Casa, Tu Casa” tour in 16 cities from September through October.

“Mi gente, I cannot believe I get to finally announce ‘Mi Casa, Tu Casa,’ my first-ever headlining tour!” Becky G said through social media platforms. “I’ve been dreaming of this moment my entire career. … I can’t wait to sing and dance with you guys; los quiero mucho, mucho, mucho y nos vemos pronto!”

Becky G’s trek begins Sept. 14 at The Roadrunner in Boston, Massachusetts and includes stops at New York’s United Palace Theatre, Atlanta’s The Eastern, Hard Rock Live Orlando in Florida, San Antonio’s Majestic Theatre and The Novo in Los Angeles before coming to a close at Phoenix’s Arizona State Fair.

Tickets go on sale Friday, May 12, at 10 a.m. local time and can be purchased through her website,

The Mexican American singer is a popular performer at large-scale events and has four festivals on her schedule prior to beginning her tour, including Sueños in Chicago and Montreal’s Fuego Fuego later this month and Baja Beach Fest in August.

“Mi Casa, Tu Casa” Tour Dates
Sept. 14 — The Roadrunner — Boston, MA
Sept. 16 — United Palace Theatre — New York, NY
Sept. 17 — Capital One Hall — Tysons, VA
Sept. 19 — Ovens Auditorium — Charlotte, NC
Sept. 21 — The Eastern — Atlanta, GA
Sept. 22 — Hard Rock Live Orlando — Orlando, FL
Sept. 23 — Hard Rock Live — Hollywood, FL
Sept. 27 — Smart Financial Centre — Sugar Land, TX
Sept. 28 — Texas Trust CU Theatre — Grand Prairie, TX
Sept. 29 — Majestic Theatre — San Antonio, TX
Oct. 1 — McAllen Performing Arts Center — McAllen, TX
Oct. 3 — Abraham Chavez Theatre — El Paso, TX
Oct. 6 — Balboa Theatre — San Diego, CA
Oct. 7 — The Novo — Los Angeles, CA
Oct. 8 — San Jose Center For The Performing Arts — San Jose, CA
Oct. 14 — Arizona State Fair — Phoenix, AZ