Latin Rock Star Juanes Announces North American Leg Of ‘Vida Cotidiana World Tour’

Juanes is one of many big names to perform at the 24th annual Latin Grammy Awards on Nov. 16, but that won’t be the only opportunity fans will have to watch the musician rocking out live on stage. The Colombian star announced today that he will be embarking on the North American leg of his “Vida Cotidiana World Tour,” visiting 27 venues across the U.S. and Canada in early 2024.

The Live Nation-produced tour to support his latest album Vida Cotidiana kicks off just before Valentine’s Day with a show at Roseland Theatre in Portland, Oregon, on Feb. 13. The route includes stops at Seattle’s Moore Theatre, YouTube Theater in Inglewood, California, near Los Angeles, The Magnolia Theater San Diego, Pheonix’s Arizona Financial Theatre, Toronto’s History, Radio City Music Hall in New York City and Majestic Theatre in Dallas before wrapping up at Hard Rock Live in Hollywood, Florida, on March 30. Juanes will also be among the dozens of big-name Latin artists on the bill for Besame Mucho Festival in Austin, Texas, on March 2.

“I feel this has already become my artistically strongest and most enjoyable tour,” Juanes said in a statement. “Having begun this creative cycle with all my core band members taking part in the recording process has brought extra levels of musical cohesion and sheer joy of playing to the stage, and the audiences have sensed this and joined us in the celebrations. We are genuinely looking forward to kicking some ass across North American stages early next year, and we know how!”

Citi cardmembers will have access to presale tickets beginning Nov. 7 at 10 a.m. local time until Nov. 8 at 11:59 p.m. The general onsale begins on Nov. 9 at 10 a.m. local time, and tickets can be purchased at

Juanes has won three Grammy Awards and 26 competitive Latin Grammys. He was honored by the Latin Recording Academy as Person of the Year in 2019 and has three Latin Grammy nominations this year, including one for Album of the Year. The Latin rock star is repped by WME worldwide and has grossed nearly $56 million off 246 headline shows since Feb. 2001, according to reports submitted to the Pollstar Boxoffice. Among the box office reports is a show at YouTube Theater on Oct. 2, 2021, that grossed $240,656 and sold 2,857 tickets. Another recent highlight for Juanes was opening for legendary band The Rolling Stones at Cotton Bowl Stadium in Dallas on Nov. 2, 2021.

“Vida Cotidiana World Tour” 2024 North American Dates:
Feb. 13 — Roseland Theatre — Portland, OR
Feb. 14 — Moore Theatre — Seattle, WA                  
Feb. 16 — Chumash Casino — Santa Ynez, CA **
Feb. 17 — Grand Theatre at Grand Sierra Resort — Reno, NV
Feb. 18 — Hard Rock Live — Wheatland, CA
Feb. 21 — Yaamava’ Casino — Highland, CA
Feb. 23 — YouTube Theater — Los Angeles, CA
Feb. 24 — Pearl Concert Theater at Palms Resort — Las Vegas, NV
Feb. 25 — The Magnolia Theater — San Diego, CA
Feb. 27 — Arizona Financial Theatre — Phoenix, AZ
Feb. 28 — Rialto Theatre — Tucson, AZ **
Feb. 29 — Abraham Chavez Theatre — El Paso, TX
March 2 — Besame Mucho Fest — Austin, TX
March 6 — The Rave — Milwaukee, WI **
March 7 — Chicago Theatre — Chicago, IL
March 9 — MTELLUS — Montreal, CAN
March 10 — History — Toronto, CAN
March 13 — The Fillmore Philadelphia — Philadelphia, PA
March 14 — Radio City Music Hall — New York, NY
March 15 — Orpheum Theatre — Boston, MA
March 17 — The Fillmore Charlotte — Charlotte, NC
March 21 — 713 Music Hall — Houston, TX
March 22 — Aztec Theatre — San Antonio, TX
March 24 — Majestic Theatre — Dallas, TX
March 27 — Seminole Hard Rock Tampa — Tampa, FL
March 28 — Coca Cola Roxy — Atlanta, GA
March 30 — Hard Rock Live — Hollywood, FL

** Non-Live Nation Dates