Injecting a much-needed boost of confidence in the live market — which has been significantly impacted by the pandemic-imposed shutdowns — many artists began to hit the road in 2021, including Karol G, Grupo Firme, Banda MS, Christian Nodal and Maluma, who became the first artist to announce a major arena tour post-quarantine.
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. With the live industry re-opening, many more artists have announced their treks for 2022, such as Sebastian Yatra and Jhay Cortez.
Below is an updating list of concerts announced by Latin acts in 2022:
Omar Apollo’s spring is quite booked, with more than 30 confirmed dates in the U.S., Mexico, and Europe. The indie artist kicks off his Desvelado Tour on April 6 at the Crystal Ballroom in Portland, Ore., and is slated to wrap on June 16 in London’s KOKO. During his trek, Apollo will visit Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New York, Atlanta, Miami, Mexico City, and Madrid, to name a few cities. He will also perform at Coachella and have artist Deb Never join him on the entire tour. See full dates below. For tickets, click here.
NEW TOUR DATES ADDED
— Omar Apollo (@omarapollo) January 18, 2022
The Spanish rock band kicks off a 17-city trek on March 4 in San Diego, and wraps up with a two-night event in June in Miami. Known for timeless Latin rock hits such as “Devuelveme a mi Chica,” “Te Quiero,” and “Venezia,” the 1980s band will also make pit stops in Los Angeles, Dallas, Chicago, and New York, among other key cities. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. local time Jan. 21 via www.ticketmaster.com. See full dates and cities below:
Mar 04 – San Diego @ SOMA
Mar 05 – Los Angeles @ YouTube Theatre
Mar 09 – Las Vegas @ House of Blues
Mar 16 – Portland @ Roseland Theater
Mar 17 – Seattle @ Moore Theatre
Mar 24 – Sacramento @ Ace of Spades
Mar 26 – San Francisco @ The Masonic
Jun 04 – El Paso @ Plaza Theatre
Jun 07 – Dallas @ House of Blues
Jun 08 – Houston @ House of Blues
Jun 11 – San Antonio @ The Aztec
Jun 12 – McAllen @ McAllen Performing Arts
Jun 15 – Chicago @ House of Blues
Jun 16 – Chicago @ House of Blues
Jun 18 – New York @ HK Hall
Jun 19 – New York @ HK Hall
Jun 21 – Silver Spring @ The Fillmore
Jun 23 – Orlando @ House of Blues
Jun 24 – Miami @ Fillmore
Jun 25 – Miami @ Fillmore
JUST ANNOUNCED: Hombres G coming to The Fillmore Miami Beach for 2 nights on Friday, June 24 & Saturday, June 25! Tickets go on sale this Friday at 10am: https://t.co/ioFOgpqS1J pic.twitter.com/VWnHCpdgFR
— The Fillmore Miami Beach (@FillmoreMB) January 18, 2022
Santa Fe Klan & C-Kan
Two of Mexico’s biggest hip-hop stars — Santa Fe Klan and C-Kan — announced their joint U.S. tour, marking Santa Fe’s touring debut in the states. The nine-city trek, produced by Live Nation, kicks off March 11 at The Aztec in San Antonio, Texas, and will make pit stops in Houston and Los Angeles, to name a few, before wrapping on March 27 at the House of Blues in Las Vegas. Tickets will go on sale at 10 a.m. local time on Friday, Jan. 14, via Ticketmaster.com. See the complete dates below:
When Yatra announced the 2022 release date of his new studio album, he also unveiled the first leg of his world tour. Both dubbed “Dharma,” which means to accept the reality, Yatra will perform some of his biggest hits such as “Tacones Rojos,” “Robarte Un Beso,” “Traicionera,” “TBT,” “Chica Ideal,” and “Pareja del Año.” The tour kicks off on Feb. 23, 2022, at the Auditorio Nacional in Mexico, followed by more dates across Mexico and Spain. For tickets and more information, visit www.sebastianyatra.com.
— Sebastian Yatra (@SebastianYatra) December 10, 2021
At the 2021 Latin Grammys press room, Angela Aguilar revealed that she will soon embark on her first-ever solo headlining tour. Coined the Mexicana Enamorada tour (produced by Live Nation), the rising Regional Mexican star kicks off her 12-city trek on March 18, 2022, at the Arizona Federal Theatre in Phoenix and wraps on April 24 in Chicago. She will visit fans in Los Angeles, New York, and Dallas, to name a few cities. “Angelitxs, I’m very excited to share the U.S. dates of my new 2022 tour,” she expressed on social media. Tickets are already on sale at ticketmaster.com.
Angelitxs estoy muy emocionada de compartirles las fechas de mi nuevo Tour 2022 #MexicanaEnamorada por todo USA, la preventa exclusiva 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, unveiled tour dates for his U.S. trek set to kick off April 1, 2022, at The Warfield in San Francisco and will make stops in cities across the U.S., including Los Angeles, Dallas, and New York. Tickets are already available at www.ticketmaster.com.
Carlos Vives returns to touring with his “Despues de Todo… Vives” tour kicking off Dec. 3 at the FTX Arena (formerly known as the AmericanAirlines Arena) in Miami. The Latin Grammy-winning, Colombian superstar will then visit fans in the U.S. and Canada throughout the first few months of 2022. “After everything we have been through, returning to North America, to so many beloved places, to see unforgettable friends and special audiences again, makes this truly a historic moment for me,” Vives expressed in a statement. The highly awaited tour, produced by Loud And Live, will make pit stops in Seattle, Houston, Toronto, Boston, and more cities. Tickets are available via Ticketmaster and AXS.
Editor’s Note: On Wednesday (Jan. 5), the Colombian star announced that his Después de todo … Vives tour, which kicked off in December and was set to pick up Jan. 13 in Seattle, was postponed until further notice.
Jesse y Joy
Grammy and Latin Grammy-winning siblings Jesse y Joy are returning to touring, announcing today their Cliches world tour slated for 2022. Produced by Live Nation, the 22-dates tour will kick off March 4 in Puerto Rico’s Coca Cola Music Hall and wrap up on April 10 in Fantasy Springs Resort Casino at Indio, Calif. Cliches, which marks their first tour in nearly three years, will also make pit stops in key U.S. cities including Miami, New York, Los Angeles, and Houston. Tickets are on sale now. For ticket sales and more information, click here.
Ya llega – Cliches 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 Oficial (@jesseyjoy) November 30, 2021
The Puerto Rican singer-songwriter is hitting the road in 2022 with an 11-date tour across the U.S. Capo kicks off his tour at the emblematic Coliseo de Puerto Rico on May 7 and will visit New York, Boston, Dallas, and other cities before wrapping up on June 4 at the Fillmore in Miami Beach. For ticket information, visit pedrocapomusica.com.
Familia nos vamos de Tour 🎸🧳!!!! Están listos??? 🔥⚡️
— Pedro Capó (@pedrocapo) November 23, 2021
Jay Wheeler, a former Billboard Latin Artist on the Rise and 2021 Latin Grammy nominee, will kick off his U.S. tour on Nov. 26 at The Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas and is slated to wrap up on Feb. 18, 2022, at the Hard Rock Live in Orland, Fla. “We’re going on tour!! Thank you for so much, family,” the Puerto Rican artist expressed on social media. With more than 40 cities confirmed, tickets for La Voz Favorite Tour, presented by Elite Media & Marketing (EMM), will go on sale at 10 a.m. local time on Oct. 16 via 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 🙏
— ツ (@jaywheelerpr) October 11, 2021
Los Temerarios returns to touring in 2022 after a COVID-19-imposed hiatus. The Mexican grupero band, led by brothers Gustavo and Adolfo Ángel, are set to kick off the trek Feb. 4 in San Jose, California’s SAP Center, and wrap up 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 new and beautiful memories thanks to music,” Los Temerarios said in a statement. The coast-to-coast tour will make stops in cities such as Chicago, Los Angeles, Dallas, and New York, among others. See the complete list of tour dates here.
Editor’s Note: On Wednesday (Jan 5), the Mexican grupero band said that due to the “critical situation,” they decided to postpone their 2022 tour — which was set to kick off Feb. 4 — and move it to 2023.
— Los Temerarios (@los_temerarios) October 12, 2021
Named after his upcoming studio album and in honor of one of the main highways in Puerto Rico near his hometown, the La 167 tour will kick off Nov. 19 in San Diego’s Viejas Arena and make pit stops in Houston, Atlanta, Miami and San Juan, Puerto Rico, among other cities. The tour, presented for the most part by Loud and Live and Live Nation on select shows, is set to wrap up Feb. 20 in Chicago’s Rosemont Theatre. Tickets for the La 167 Tour go on sale at 10 a.m. local time Friday (June 25) via Farruko’s official website.