Bad Bunny’s Back In 2024 With Massive ‘Most Wanted’ Arena Tour

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After a record-setting touring schedule in 2022, Bad Bunny spent 2023 pursuing his other passions. He made critically lauded appearances for WWE — including at Wrestlemania at SoFi Stadium — and he’ll host “Saturday Night Live” October 21. He headlined Coachella.

Now the man who grossed more than $435 million in 2022 is going back on the road for a 31-city, 47-performance “Most Wanted Tour” of North American arenas. The Live Nation-promoted tour “will be a rollercoaster of explicit lyrics that hones in on the star’s trap roots, so parental discretion is advised,” according to a release.

The tour kicks off at the Delta Center in Salt Lake City February 21. The loop includes double plays in Las Vegas, Phoenix, San Francisco, Austin, Houston, Dallas, Atlanta and Orlando and triple shots at Los Angeles’ Arena, Chicago’s United Center and Barclays Center in Brooklyn. The tour’s scheduled conclusion is a triple play at Miami’s Kaseya Center May 24-26. See the full routing below.

The shows are designed to be a “more intimate” experience than his successful stadium run that pushed him to the top in 2022, as he sold 2,478,796 tickets, averaging $176.64 each, earning an average of $5,375,168 per night. And those shows followed an arena run where he sold 574,000 tickets, grossing $113 million.

Fan registration is underway from now through October 22 at 11:59 p.m. Eastern time here. Once registration closes, fans will be randomly selected to receive a code that grants them access to the on-sale set for October 25.

Bad Bunny is represented by Jbeau Lewis at UTA. He is managed by Rimas Music’s Noah Assad.

Bad Bunny “Most Wanted Tour” 2024

21-Feb Salt Lake City, UT Delta Center
23-Feb Las Vegas, NV T-Mobile Arena
24-Feb Las Vegas, NV T-Mobile Arena
27-Feb Phoenix, AZ Footprint Center
28-Feb Phoenix, AZ Footprint Center
1-Mar San Francisco, CA Chase Center
2-Mar San Francisco, CA Chase Center
5-Mar Sacramento, CA Golden 1 Center
7-Mar Portland, OR Moda Center
9-Mar Seattle, WA Climate Pledge Arena
13-Mar Los Angeles, CA Arena
14-Mar Los Angeles, CA Arena
15-Mar Los Angeles, CA Arena
20-Mar Denver, CO Ball Arena
23-Mar Minneapolis, MN Target Center
26-Mar Kansas City, MO T-Mobile Center
28-Mar Chicago, IL United Center
29-Mar Chicago, IL United Center
30-Mar Chicago, IL United Center
4-Apr Toronto, ONT Scotiabank Arena
6-Apr Detroit, MI Little Caesars Arena
9-Apr Washington, DC Capital One Arena
11-Apr New York, NY Barclays Center
12-Apr New York, NY Barclays Center
13-Apr New York, NY Barclays Center
17-Apr Boston, MA TD Garden
19-Apr Philadelphia, PA Wells Fargo Center
20-Apr Hartford, CT XL Center
22-Apr Louisville, KY KFC Yum! Center
24-Apr Tulsa, OK BOK Center
26-Apr Austin, TX Moody Center
27-Apr Austin, TX Moody Center
30-Apr Houston, TX Toyota Center
1-May Houston, TX Toyota Center
3-May Dallas, TX American Airlines Center
4-May Dallas, TX American Airlines Center
7-May New Orleans, LA Smoothie King Center
10-May Charlotte, NC Spectrum Center
11-May Nashville, TN Bridgestone Arena
14-May Atlanta, GA State Farm Arena
15-May Atlanta, GA State Farm Arena
17-May Orlando, FL Amway Center
18-May Orlando, FL Amway Center
21-May Tampa, FL Amalie Arena
24-May Miami, FL Kaseya Center
25-May Miami, FL Kaseya Center
26-May Miami, FL Kaseya Center