Myke Towers Visiting U.S. Arenas This Fall With ‘La Vida Es Una’ Tour

Myke Towers performs onstage during Sueños Festival at Grant Park on May 28 in Chicago, Illinois. (Photo by Natasha Moustache/Getty Images)

On the heels of a memorable set at Chicago’s Sueَños Music Festival, música urbana star Myke Towers announced he will embark on a 21-city fall tour in the U.S. titled “La Vida Es Una,” hitting larger venues to promote his recently released fourth studio album of the same name.

Towers — a Puerto Rican rapper who has collaborated with stars such as Daddy Yankee, Bad Bunny, Becky G, Jay Wheeler and Selena Gomez — will begin the Live Nation-produced tour at the Rosemont Theatre in Chicago, Illinois, on Oct. 8 and make stops at Denver’s Fillmore Auditorium, YouTube Theater in Inglewood, California, Boston’s MGM Music Hall, United Palace in New York City and Coca-Cola Roxy in Atlanta, Georgia. He will wrap up his run at Kaseya Center in Miami, Florida, on Nov. 26.

Fans can purchase tickets with an artist presale on June 21. There will be additional presales throughout the week prior to the general onsale, which begins June 22 at 10 a.m. local time.

The popular singer-songwriter released La Vida Es Una in March, an album that has garnered more than 200 million streams on Spotify with hits such as “Mi Droga” and “Ulala (Ooh La La)” featuring Daddy Yankee. He performed three shows at Coliseo de Puerto Rico in Hato Rey last September and grossed more than $2 million from 30,637 tickets sold, according to box office reports submitted to Pollstar.

Oct. 8 — Rosemont Theatre — Chicago, IL
Oct. 10 — Fillmore Auditorium — Denver, CO
Oct. 11 — The Complex — Salt Lake City, UT
Oct. 13 — YouTube Theater — Inglewood, CA
Oct. 14 — The Chelsea at The Cosmopolitan — Las Vegas, NV
Oct. 15 — SAP Center — San Jose, CA
Oct. 19 — Arizona Financial Theatre — Phoenix, AZ
Oct. 20 — Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre — San Diego, CA
Oct. 26 — Smart Financial at Sugar Land — Sugar Land, TX
Oct. 27 — Freeman Coliseum — San Antonio, TX
Oct. 28 — El Paso County Coliseum — El Paso, TX
Oct. 29 — The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory — Irving, TX
Nov. 9 — MGM Music Hall — Boston, MA
Nov. 10 — United Palace — New York, NY
Nov. 11 — The Met Philadelphia —Philadelphia, PA
Nov. 12 — The Theater at MGM National Harbor — Washington, D.C.
Nov. 14 — Toyota Oakdale Theatre — Wallingford, CT
Nov. 17 — Ovens Auditorium — Charlotte, NC
Nov. 19 — Coca-Cola Roxy — Atlanta, GA
Nov. 25 — Amway Center — Orlando, FL
Nov. 26 — Kaseya Center — Miami, FL