Daddy Yankee/Don Omar Show Sells Out in Less Than 24 Hours

The reggaeton kings' 60-date tour will debut in San Juan Dec. 4; Will a new show be added?

The first round of Daddy Yankee and Don Omar’s “musical boxing match” -- a 65-concert conciliation tour that the former long-time rivals will take to Latin America and the U.S. in 2016 -- has sold out.

Tickets for the Dec. 4 show at San Juan’s Coliseo de Puerto Rico José Miguel Agrelot, popularly known as the Choliseo, sold out less than 24 hours after going on sale. Promotor Raphy Pina says he and the artists are considering the possibility of a second San Juan show on The KingDom Tour, but nothing has yet been confirmed.

The new partnership between the formerly estranged reggaeton stars also includes a joint album and a TV show for the two artists, who between them have 11 No. 1 hits on Billboard’s Latin Albums chart, 28 top 10 hits on Hot Latin Songs, over 50 million followers on Facebook and Twitter alone, and have sold more than 5 million albums in the United States, according to Nielsen Music.

In what amounted to a preview of the concert tour, Don Omar appeared as a guest at Daddy Yankee’s Sept. 19 Madison Square Garden concert, where Yankee joined him for a good-hearted rap battle that thrilled fans.