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Bad Bunny in Concert

It’s undeniable that Bad Bunny is one of the hottest Latin trap stars of our time, and the numbers prove it. As of 2018, the Puerto Rican vocalist boasts 7 billion streams on YouTube, making him one of the top three artists dominating the platform. And that’s before releasing his first proper full-length album X100PRE, which dropped on December 24. 

Born Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio, Bad Bunny was raised in the rural town of Vega Baja in San Juan. Music from Fania Records — New York’s trailblazing salsa label of the 1970s and ‘80s — abounded in his household. As a child, he sang in the choir of his local church and eventually took up skateboarding as a teen while reveling in the music of local urban and reggaeton superstars like Calle 13 and Daddy Yankee, and even SoCal nü-metal from Linkin Park. 

His flamboyant, urban image would set him apart from the rising troupe of Spanish-language trap stars — he often rocks bright, floral outfits, funky buzz cuts with designs, and manicured nails. Yet his slow-burning baritone and unbridled flow is what captured the masses. 

In 2016, he broke out via SoundCloud with his debut single, the La Paciencia–produced “Diles,” but he skyrocketed to fame with a menacing, lovelorn platinum number “Soy Peor.” Often seen collaborating with other Latin urban powerhouses like Ozuna and Arcangel, Bad Bunny would further gain immense visibility when he teamed up with Cardi B and J Balvin for their 2018 summer banger, “I Like It,” which peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard charts. 

Bad Bunny on Tour

Whether busting out ‘90s-era raver moves or tenderly crooning away to a heartfelt ballad, Bad Bunny puts on an exhilarating show. Owning a two-year repertoire that packs a load of recognizable bangers and viral hits, his shows promise plenty of massive sing-alongs and perreo outburst from audiences. 

El Conejo Malo often invites surprise performers to his live set, adding more excitement and unpredictability to his already wild romp. With the Christmas release of his full-length debut album, X100PRE (a stylization of “Por Siempre,” or “Forever”), Bad Bunny took to the road with a tour of North America in spring 2019.

Bad Bunny: 2022 World’s Hottest Tour

Orlando, FL @ Camping World Stadium

Atlanta, GA @ Truist Park

Miami, FL @ Hard Rock Stadium

Boston, MA @ Fenway Park

Chicago, IL  @ Soldier Field

Washington, DC @ Nationals Park

New York, NY @ Yankee Stadium

Houston, TX @ Minute Maid Park

San Antonio, TX @ Alamodome

Dallas, TX @ AT&T Stadium

Oakland, CA @ RingCentral Coliseum

San Diego, CA @ PETCO Park

Las Vegas, NV @ Allegiant Stadium

Phoenix, AZ @ Chase Field

Los Angeles, CA @ SoFi Stadium