Jhayco Unveils 16-Date ‘Vida Rockstar’ Fall Tour

Singer Jhayco performs onstage during Calibash Latin Music Festival at Crypto.com Arena on Jan. 21 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Scott Dudelson/Getty Images)

Reggaetón star Jhayco announced he will be bringing his “Vida Rockstar” (rockstar life) to arenas and theaters in 16 major cities across the U.S. from September through December.

The Puerto Rican native’s tour, which is presented by Florida-based entertainment and media company Loud And Live, will open at Agganis Arena in Boston, Massachusetts, on Sept. 28 and includes stops at Newark’s Prudential Center, Majestic Theatre in San Antonio, WaMu Theater in Seattle, Los Angeles’ Microsoft Theater and Miami Kaseya Center. Jhayco will wrap up his trek on Dec. 10 at Hertz Arena in Ft. Myers, Florida.

Tickets go on sale to the general public Friday, May 19, at 10 a.m. local time. Fans can also purchase tickets via one of three presales. American Express cardholders will have access to tickets on May 16, Spotify and fan club members can purchase tickets on May 17 and the Loud And Live, Radio and Venues presale begins May 18 at 10 a.m. local time. Organizers added that “a variety of VIP packages and experiences for fans to take their concert experience to the next level” will also be available.


Jhayco, born Jesús Manuel Nieves Cortés and formerly known as Jhay Cortez, is one of música urbana’s rising stars. He won a Latin Grammy as a teenager when he wrote and composed music for Tito El Bambino’s album, Invencible, in 2011 and also contributed to J Balvin’s Latin Grammy Award-winning album, Vibras. His music has generated more than 16 billion combined streams and his collaboration with Bad Bunny, a song called “Dakiti,” was one of the biggest Latin hits of 2020. He performed at The Novo in Los Angeles on April 6, 2022, in front of a nearly sold-out crowd, moving 2,340 tickets and grossing more than $127,000, according to box office reports submitted to Pollstar.

Vida Rockstar Tour 2023-24
Sept. 28 — Agganis Arena — Boston, MA
Sept. 29 — Prudential Center — Newark, NJ
Sept. 30 — EagleBank Arena — Washington, DC
Oct. 4 — Rosemont Theatre — Chicago, IL
Oct. 6 — Smart Financial Centre — Houston, TX
Oct. 7 — Majestic Theatre — San Antonio, TX
Oct. 8 — Texas Trust CU Theatre — Dallas, TX
Oct. 13 — WaMu Theater — Seattle, WA
Oct. 15 — Bellco Theatre — Denver, CO
Oct. 19 — San Jose Civic — San Jose, CA
Oct. 20 — Microsoft Theater — Los Angeles, CA
Oct. 22 — Celebrity Theatre — Phoenix, AZ
Dec. 6 — Gas South Arena — Atlanta, GA
Dec. 7 — Amway Center — Orlando, FL
Dec. 9 — Kaseya Center — Miami, FL
Dec. 10 — Hertz Arena — Ft. Myers, FL
March 6 — Eagle Bank Arena — Washington, DC
March 8 — Rosemont Theatre — Chicago, IL
March 10 — Agganis Arena — Boston, MA
March 12 — Prudential Center — Newark, NJ
March 14 — Smart Financial Centre — Houston, TX
March 16 — Texas Trust Cu Theatre — Dallas, TX
March 18 — Celebrity Theater — Phoenix, AZ
March 20 — San Jose Civic Center — San Jose, CA
March 21 – Peacock Theater — Los Angeles, CA