J Balvin, Residente & More Anticipated Latin Tours of Summer/Fall 2017
Below, Billboard breaks down eight of the most anticipated treks, including chart-topping artist Ozuna's first-ever U.S. tour, which kicks off on Friday (May 26) in Atlanta.
The Colombian star is bringing his Energía tour stateside in partnership with Buchanan's Whisky. Balvin is the face of their 2016 campaign, titled “Es Nuestro Momento” (It’s Our Time), and will continue the relationship by supporting his upcoming coast-to-coast tour. The Energía tour kicks off Sept. 14 in Fairfax, Virginia.
Mark your calendars for Residente's first-ever solo U.S. tour set to begin Aug. 10 in New York. If you're a new fan of his, or have been an aficionado since Calle 13, you're in luck. The tour will include new songs from his self-titled album and also Calle 13 classics like "Pa'l Norte," "Cumbia de los aburridos" and "No hay nadie como tú" -- according to the set list he shared on Instagram.
Following the release of their new studio album Jei Beibi, the legendary Mexican rock band will kick off their anticipated U.S. tour in California. During the trek, Cafeta will perform for the first-time ever at the iconic Hollywood Bowl, with La Santa Cecilia and Mon Laferte as opening acts.
Bachata fans can get ready for a Prince Royce tour in the U.S., which kicks off June 29 in Laredo, Texas. The Prince of Bachata will make stops in other major cities such as Los Angeles, Miami, Chicago and New York.
Enrique Iglesias, Pitbull & CNCO
Enrique Iglesias and Pitbull are hitting the road this summer! The pair kick off their co-headlining summer North American tour June 3 in Chicago with boy band CNCO as opening act. Iglesias and Pit last toured together in 2015. Ready for round two?
Ricardo Arjona fans rejoice! The Guatemalan singer/songwriter is bringing his Circo Soledad tour to the U.S., and kicking off the promising trek Sept. 7 in El Paso. Watch the tour's teaser below and get excited:
Dímelo papi! Hitmaker Nicky Jam is going on tour this summer, kicking off the trek Aug. 29 with reggaetón duo Plan B as opening act. The tour will take the "El amante" singer to U.S. cities like Chicago, Miami and New York.
Rising Latin trap star Ozuna is going on his first-ever U.S. tour ahead of his debut album Odisea and following his chart-topping success with singles like "Dile que tu me quieres."
Which Latin tour are you most excited for this summer/fall?