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All the Latin Tours Announced for 2021 (Updating)

Myriam Hernandez
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Myriam Hernandez performs onstage during "Amor en Concierto" Grandes Exitos at James L Knight Center on Feb. 15, 2018 in Miami.

Colombian star Maluma isn't the only one whose announced that he's touring in 2021. Injecting a much-needed boost of confidence in the live market -- which has been significantly impacted by the pandemic-imposed shutdown -- other artists who are hitting the road include Banda MS and Mike Bahía, among others.

The global coronavirus pandemic is still an ongoing health crisis, but Latin acts are looking to jumpstart the live industry with sporadic tour dates across the country. Below is an updating list of concerts by Latin acts in 2021.

Myriam Hernandez

Blessing fans with hits such as "El Hombre Que Yo Amo,” “Herida” and “Peligroso Amor," as well as songs from her upcoming studio album, Myriam Hernandez announced her diverse and conceptual Sinergia Tour will take place in the fall. Dubbed "synergy," flowers will play an important role on this tour, representing the union of the four natural elements, in addition to beauty, sensuality and mystery. The tour will kick off Oct. 8 at The Palace Theatre in Stanford, Conn., and run until Oct. 24 at Straz Center for The Performing Arts in Tampa, Fla. For full dates and ticket information, visit ticketmaster.com.

Silvestre Dangond

The Colombian vallenato star unveiled a string of live shows to be held at The Fillmore in Miami Beach in May, presented by Loud and Live and MD Records. As of now, Dangond has announced eight shows, kicking off May 6 until the 16th. He’s expected to serenade fans with his biggest hits such as “Me Gusta Me Gusta,” “Cásate Conmigo,” “Vivir Bailando,” “Materialista” and “Vallenato Apretao,” to name a few, in addition to songs from his new album Las Locuras Mias. “It's going to be a different experience and it's going to be a safe experience. We can't stress that enough,” organizers tell Billboard. Tickets are available on Ticketmaster.com.

Banda MS

Banda MS Positivo tour, at the helm of CMN Entertainment, will kick off on Sept. 3 at New York’s Madison Square Garden and run until Nov. 6 at Indianapolis’ Bankers Life Fieldhouse. They will make pit stops in D.C., Orlando, and Memphis, and other cities. Tickets for Banda MS Positivo will go on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday, April 9, via Ticketmaster.com and WellsFargoCenterPhilly.com for the Philadelphia show.

Gilberto Santa Rosa

On Sept. 24, the salsa artist will perform the first of his nine concerts in the U.S. Gilberto Santa Rosa will kick off his tour in El Cajon, Calif., and wrap up in National Harbor, Md.

See the dates here.

Grupo Firme

Rising regional Mexican band will hit the road March 20 for their 27-date U.S. tour. Grupo Firme will make stops at Chicago, Orlando and Houston.

See the dates here.

Maluma

The Colombian star's newly announced 30-date U.S. and Puerto Rico arena tour is the biggest and most ambitious 2021 U.S. tour to date. Maluma's Papi Juancho tour will kick off Sept. 1 in Sacramento's Golden 1 Center and wrap up at Chicago's Allstate Arena on Oct. 24.

See the dates here.

Mike Bahía

Colombian singer-songwriter Mike Bahía is set to hit the road for a mini tour in March. Bahía will kick off his three-day concert series in Miami on March 11 and will make stops at Orlando and Houston.

See dates here.

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