Maluma Unveils U.S. Dates For ‘Don Juan World Tour’

Juan Luis Londoño Arias, known as Maluma, performs during Vibra Urbana Festival 2022 on December 10, 2022, in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Alexander Tamargo/WireImage)

Colombian singer-songwriter Maluma will be back on the road in 2023, announcing that he will be embarking on the U.S. leg of his “Don Juan World Tour” this fall.

The Latin Grammy-winning artist, who is coming off last year’s successful “Papi Juancho World Tour,” promises “a groundbreaking experience” for his upcoming 30-city tour, produced by Cárdenas Marketing Network, across the U.S. He will start his run on the West Coast at Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, California, on Aug. 31 and make stops at Los Angeles’ Kia Forum, Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Austin’s H-E-B Center, Madison Square Garden in New York, Capital One Arena in Washington, D.C. and Atlanta’s State Farm Arena before wrapping up at Kaseya Center in Miami, Florida. Additional dates may be added in the coming weeks, according to the release.

Event organizers say the Latin music artist “will bring his signature ‘Don Juan’ to life” on the stage while singing hits such as “Hawái” and “Sobrio” that made him a global star.

“I am so excited to return to arenas around the U.S. this fall. I took a year off from touring to focus on perfecting what I feel is the best album of my career, Don Juan,” Maluma said in a statement. “I can’t wait to perform the new songs from the album for my fans for the very first time alongside my greatest hits in what I consider to be my most ambitious concert production yet. I’ve waited to give my fans a music and concert experience unlike any other and I expect the ‘Don Juan U.S. Tour’ to be an exhilarating experience that they’ll never forget!”

The tour presale begins Thursday, May 25, at 10 a.m. local time, and the general onsale opens the following day at the same time. Fans can purchase tickets at

Maluma ranked No. 126 on Pollstar’s Top 200 Worldwide Tours last year, grossing nearly $15 million across 12 shows reported. He had an impressive showing in June 2022 at Palacio De Los Deportes in Mexico City, selling out two shows and grossing $2,146,321, according to the Pollstar Boxoffice.

“Don Juan World Tour” Dates
Aug. 31 — Golden 1 Center — Sacramento, CA
Sept. 2 — Moda Center — Portland, OR
Sept. 3 — Climate Pledge Arena — Seattle, WA
Sept. 6 — SAP Center — San Jose, CA
Sept. 9 — Kia Forum — Los Angeles, CA
Sept. 10 — Footprint Center — Phoenix, AZ
Sept. 13 — Grand Garden Arena — Las Vegas, NV
Sept. 15 — Toyota Arena — Ontario, CA
Sept. 16 — Pechanga Arena — San Diego, CA
Sept. 21 — AT&T Center — San Antonio, TX
Sept. 22 — Payne Arena — Hidalgo, TX
Sept. 24 — UTEP (Don Haskins) — El Paso, TX
Sept. 29 — H-E-B Center — Austin, TX
Sept. 30 — American Airlines Center — Dallas, TX
Oct. 1 — Smart Financial Centre — Sugar Land, TX
Oct. 5 — UBS Arena — Belmont Park, NY
Oct. 6 — Madison Square Garden — New York, NY
Oct. 7 — Mohegan Sun Arena — Uncasville, CT
Oct. 8 — Prudential Center — Newark, NJ
Oct. 12 — Allstate Arena — Chicago, IL
Oct. 14 — Santander Arena — Reading, PA
Oct. 15 — Agganis Arena — Boston, MA
Oct. 19 — Capital One Arena — Washington, DC
Oct. 21 — Spectrum Center — Charlotte, NC
Oct. 22 — State Farm Arena — Atlanta, GA
Oct. 26 — Smoothie King Center — New Orleans, LA
Oct. 28 — Amalie Arena — Tampa, FL
Oct. 29 — Hertz Arena — Fort Myers, FL
Nov. 3 — Amway Center — Orlando, FL
Nov. 4 — Kaseya Center — Miami, FL