Christian Nodal Bringing ‘Pa’l Cora Tour’ To U.S. Arenas This Fall

Música Mexicana star Christian Nodal announced he will be bringing his “Pa’l Cora Tour” to arenas in the U.S. and Canada following a run through Mexico and Latin America.

The six-time Latin Grammy winner known for fusing mariachi and norteño will be playing in Europe for the first time in his career — with shows in Madrid, Barcelona, Paris and London — and will follow it up with a 25-date trek promoted by Cárdenas Marketing Network across North America, beginning with a show at WAMU Theater in Seattle, Washington, on Sept. 11. The routing for the first announced dates includes stops at San Jose’s SAP Center, Anaheim’s Honda Center, Ball Arena in Denver, Austin’s Moody Center, Allstate Arena in Chicago, Toronto’s Coca-Cola Coliseum, Barclays Center in Brooklyn, Agganis Arena in Boston and Atlanta’s Gas South Arena before wrapping up at CFG Bank Arena in Baltimore.

“I’m very excited that we will meet again very soon. I’m working very hard to make ‘Pa’l Cora Tour’ even more surprising than the previous one,” Nodal said in a statement. “Get your Don Julio tequila ready so we can toast together. Wait for me, I’ll be there. I love you all.”

The presale begins May 15 and is followed by the general onsale on May 16. Tickets can be purchased at

Nodal has accumulated more than 24 million monthly listeners on Spotify and is among the most streamed Mexican artists with songs like “Botella Tras Botella,” De Los Besos Que Te Di,” and “Adiós Amor” surpassing 500 million streams on the popular streaming platform. One of the 25-year-old’s most successful showings was at Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey, on Nov. 11, 2023. The CMN-produced sold-out concert grossed $1,243,245 off 12,051 tickets, according to reports submitted to the Pollstar Boxoffice.

“Pa’l Cora Tour’ 2024 U.S. Dates
September 11 — WAMU Theater — Seattle, WA
September 12 — Toyota Center — Kennewick, WA
September 20 — SAP Center — San Jose, CA
September 26 — Toyota Arena — Ontario, CA
September 27 — Honda Center — Anaheim, CA
September 28 — Kia Forum — Los Angeles, CA
September 29 — Desert Diamond Arena — Glendale, AZ
October 4 — Ball Arena — Denver, CO
October 6 — Delta Center — Salt Lake City, UT
October 10 — Payne Arena — Hidalgo, TX
October 11 — Dickies Arena — Fort Worth, TX
October 12 — Moody Center — Austin, TX
October 13 — Smart Financial Centre — Sugar Land, TX
October 18 — Allstate Arena — Chicago, IL
October 20 — Prudential Center — Newark, NJ
October 23 — Place Bell — Montreal, CAN
October 24 — Coca-Cola Coliseum — Toronto, CAN
October 26 — Barclays Center — Brooklyn, NY
October 27 — Agganis Arena — Boston, MA
November 1 — Kia Center — Orlando, FL
November 2 — Kaseya Center — Miami, FL
November 3 — Hertz Arena — Ft. Myers, FL
November 8 — Gas South Arena — Atlanta, GA
November 9 — Greensboro Coliseum — Greensboro, NC
November 10 — CFG Bank Arena — Baltimore, MD