A much-needed boost of confidence in the live market – already significantly impacted by the shutdown caused by the pandemic – many artists set to hit the road in 2021, including Karol G, Grupo Firme, Banda MS, Christian Nodal and Maluma, who became the first artists to announce a major arena tour after the quarantine period.
The global coronavirus pandemic remains an ongoing health crisis, but Latin acts are looking to kick-start the live industry with sporadic touring dates around the country. With the live industry reopening, many other artists have announced their travels in 2022, such as Sebastian Yatra and Jhay Cortez.
Here is an updated list of concerts announced by Latin artists in 2022:
When Yatra announced the release date of his new studio album in 2022, he also revealed the first leg of his world tour. Both are dubbed “France”, which means accepting the fact that Yatra will perform some of her biggest hits like “Tacones Rojos”, “Robarte Un Beso”, “Traicionera”, “TBT” , “Chica Ideal” and “Pareja del Año.” The tour begins February 23, 2022, at the Auditorio Nacional in Mexico, followed by other dates throughout Mexico and Spain. For more information, visit www.sebastianyatra.com.
– Sebastian Yatra (@SebastianYatra) December 10, 2021
At the press room of the 2021 Latin Grammy Awards, Angela Aguilar revealed that she will soon begin her first solo tour. Having hosted the Mexicana Enamorada tour (produced by Live Nation), the rising star of the Region of Mexico began her 12-city tour on March 18, 2022, at the Arizona Federal Theater in Phoenix. and ends April 24 in Chicago. She will be visiting fans in Los Angeles, New York and Dallas, to name a few. “Angelitxs, I am very excited to share the schedule of my new tour in 2022 in the USA,” she expressed on social media. Tickets are on sale at ticketmaster.com.
Angelitxs estoy muy emocionada de compartirles las fechas de mi nuevo Tour 2022 #MexicanaEnamorada by todo USA, la Preventa Exciva para ustedes inició hoy en https://t.co/916YkWHJSk usando el Código: ANGELA 🎟 ♥ ️🎤Vayan a comprar sus boletos !!! ✨https://t.co/Is1gut0PCp pic.twitter.com/2HOyDlyRk1
– Ángela Aguilar (@AngelaAguilar__) December 8, 2021
The Puerto Rican singer-songwriter, known for hits like “Dakiti” with Bad Bunny, “Fiel” with Wisin and “No Me Conoce” with Bad Bunny and J Balvin, has revealed tour dates for the tour. His American walk will begin April 1, 2022, at The Warfield in San Francisco and will make stops in cities across the United States, including Los Angeles, Dallas, and New York. Tickets are available at www.ticketmaster.com.
Jesse y Joy
Grammy and Latin Award-winning sibling Jesse y Joy is back on tour, announcing today their Cliches world tour slated for 2022. Produced by Live Nation, The 22-day tour will begin March 4 at Coca Cola Music Hall in Puerto Rico and end April 10 at Fantasy Springs Resort Casino in Indio, Calif. The Cliches, marking their first tour in nearly three years, will also make stops in key US cities including Miami, New York, Los Angeles and Houston. Tickets are on sale right now. For ticket sales and more information, click here.
Ya llega – Click World Tour – 🙌 !! Aquí las primeras fechas Invitados especiales @thelittlejesus & @chulemusica
Y el pre-sale inicia HOY a las 12pm EST con el Código 2022CLICHES 👉https://t.co/6P2zuvT6Ks pic.twitter.com/vk6tVxSDG2
– Jesse & Joy Onking (@jesseyjoy) November 30, 2021
Puerto Rican singer-songwriter set to hit the road in 2022 with an 11-day tour across Capo US kicking off his tour at the iconic Coliseo de Puerto Rico May 7 and will visit New York, Boston, Dallas and other cities before that. ends June 4 at the Fillmore in Miami Beach. For ticket information, visit pedrocapomusica.com.
Familia nos vamos de Tour 🎸🧳 !!!! Están listos??? 🔥⚡️
– Pedro Capo (@pedrocapo) November 23, 2021
Jay Wheeler, a former Billboards The Latin Grammy Award-nominated and rising artist of 2021, will begin her US tour November 26 at The Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas and is scheduled to end February 18, 2022. , at Hard Rock Live in Orlando, Fla. “We are going sightseeing!! Thank you so much family,” the Puerto Rican artist expressed on social media. With over 40 confirmed cities, tickets for La Voz .’s Favorite Tour, presented by Elite Media & Marketing (EMM), will go on sale at 10 a.m. local time on October 16 through www.JayWheelerMusic.com or www.EMM360.com. More dates and cities are expected to be announced.
NOS FUIMOS DE TOUR !! ✨
GRACIAS POR TANTO FAMILIA. 🖤🖤
COMPRA TU BOLETO DESDE EL SÁBADO A LAS 10 AM, NOS VEMOS EN TU CIUDAD
– J ª Y (@jaywheelerpr) October 11, 2021
Los Temerarios returns to tour in 2022 after a hiatus imposed by COVID-19. Mexican grupero the band, led by brothers Gustavo and Adolfo Ángel, will begin the tour on February 4 at the SAP Center of San Jose, California, and finish on April 9 in Greensboro, North Carolina. “After a long pause due to the pandemic and a difficult situation that has impacted all of us, we are filled with joy to reunite with our beloved fans to create great memories. new and beautiful concept through music,” Los Temerarios said in a statement. The coast-to-coast tour will stop in cities like Chicago, Los Angeles, Dallas, and New York, among others. See the full list of tour dates here.
– Los Temerarios (@los_temerarios) October 12, 2021
Named after his upcoming studio album and in honor of one of the major highways in Puerto Rico near his hometown, La 167 The tour will begin November 19 at San Diego’s Viejas Stadium and make stops in Houston, Atlanta, Miami and San Juan and Puerto Rico, among other cities. The tour, featured largely by Loud and Live and Live Nation on select shows, will conclude February 20 at Chicago’s Rosemont Theater. Tickets for La 167 Tour will go on sale at 10am local time, Friday (June 25) through Farruko’s Official website.
https://www.billboard.com/music/latin/latin-tours-2022-list-1235010060/ Latin Tour Announced in 2022 – Billboard