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Bad Bunny Kicks Off World’s Hottest Tour with Sold-Out Show in Orlando

Multi-award-winning artist Bad Bunny kicked off his “Bad Bunny: World’s Hottest Tour” with a sold-out show in Orlando, FL, at Camping World Stadium.

The tour continues with stops in Boston, Chicago, New York and many more before wrapping at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles on October 1st, then heading out to Latin America in October. Joining Bad Bunny as special guests on select dates in the U.S. will be GRAMMY® nominated DJ and Record Producer, Alesso and ten-time GRAMMY® nominated artist Diplo.

For complete tour and ticketing information visit: worldshottesttour.com

BAD BUNNY: WORLD’S HOTTEST TOUR DATES: 

8-Aug – Atlanta, GA – Truist Park^

12-Aug – Miami, FL – Hard Rock Stadium^ – SOLD OUT

13-Aug – Miami, FL – Hard Rock Stadium>

18-Aug – Boston, MA – Fenway Park^

20-Aug – Chicago, IL – Soldier Field

23-Aug – Washington, DC – Nationals Park^

27-Aug – New York, NY – Yankee Stadium> – SOLD OUT

28-Aug – New York, NY – Yankee Stadium>

1-Sept – Houston, TX – Minute Maid Park^ – SOLD OUT

2-Sept – Houston, TX – Minute Maid Park^

7-Sept – San Antonio, TX – Alamodome^

9-Sept – Dallas, TX – AT&T Stadium^

14-Sept – Oakland, CA – RingCentral Coliseum^

17-Sept – San Diego, CA – PETCO Park^ – SOLD OUT

18-Sept – San Diego, CA – PETCO Park^

23-Sept – Las Vegas, NV – Allegiant Stadium^ – SOLD OUT

24-Sept – Las Vegas, NV – Allegiant Stadium^

28-Sept – Phoenix, AZ – Chase Field^

30-Sept – Los Angeles, CA – SoFi Stadium> – SOLD OUT

1-Oct – Los Angeles, CA – SoFi Stadium>

21-Oct – Santo Domingo, DR – Estadio Olímpico Félix Sánchez

28-Oct – Santiago, Chile – Estadio Nacional Julio Martínez Prádanos

4-Nov – Buenos Aires, Argentina – Estadio de Vélez – José Amalfitani

11-Nov – Asuncion, Paraguay – Estadio La Nueva Olla

13-Nov – Lima, Peru – Estadio Nacional

16-Nov – Quito, Ecuador – Estadio Olímpico Atahualpa

18-Nov – Medellin, Colombia – Estadio Atanasio Girardot

19-Nov –Medellin, Colombia – Estadio Atanasio Girardot

22-Nov – Panama City, Panama – Estadio Rommel Fernández Gutiérrez

24-Nov – San Jose, Costa Rica – Estadio Nacional

26-Nov – San Salvador, El Salvador – Estadio Cuscatlán

29-Nov – San Pedro Sula, Honduras – Estadio Olímpico Metropolitano

1-Dec – Guatemala City, Guatemala – Explanada Cardales de Cayalá

3-Dec – Monterrey, Mexico – Estadio BBVA

9-Dec – Mexico City, Mexico – Estadio Azteca

^ with special guest Alesso  > with special guest Diplo

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Top 7 Reasons to Visit Buenos Aires Argentina

Buenos Aires is a pulsating, passionate, cosmopolitan city. The combination of rich architectural and cultural heritage, modern creative energy, electric nightlife, unique traditions, a vibrant arts scene, extensive parks, and warm, friendly hosts makes it one of the world’s most exciting capitals.

There are dozens of reasons to visit, hence why the city has repeatedly been voted the best in Latin America by users of TripAdvisor, but here are just ten of the big ones.

1. You can dance the world’s most romantic dance in its birthplace

Sensual, nostalgic, and fiendishly difficult to learn, tango emerged in the city’s portside neighbourhoods in the mid-19th century and has since conquered the world. Today, Buenos Aires is a place of pilgrimage for tango dancers from all over, and the dance is still very much alive – danced by the young and young-at-heart well into the early hours every night of the week. As well as witnessing traditional social dancing and learning some steps at a milonga, you can treat yourself to sumptuous dinner-shows with spectacularly choreographed performances, and see live orchestras playing everywhere from cosy neighbourhood bars to grand symphony halls.

2. You can enjoy nightlife that goes on well into the morning

Buenos Aires is a city that never sleeps, famous for its phenomenal nightlife, which ranges from traditional neighbourhood taverns to award-winning cocktail bars, big clubs, hidden gig venues, and underground nightspots catering to every niche. The city’s incredible openness and diversity also make it the top destination in Latin America for LGBT visitors. Just be prepared to stay out late! We eat late, party late and sleep late, if at all!

3. You’ll experience sporting passion like never before

Buenos Aires is a city that lives and breathes football (soccer), and the passion can be felt in the stadiums, the neighbourhood cafes and the goal celebrations of a local amateur team. The atmosphere at the city’s stadiums has to be experienced to be believed, and the Boca vs River derby has been described as the most intense sporting event in the world.

4. You’ll find yourself in a historic melting pot of cultures

The city’s cosmopolitan, multicultural identity was forged in a melting pot of cultures, from native American and colonial Spanish roots, to the influences of immigration from Italy, France, Great Britain, the Middle East, Africa and Asia. You’ll see this eclectic mix of influences in the city’s architecture, food and in the character of its people. And while Buenos Aires is a cosmopolitan city always looking towards the latest trends, we also have passionate pride for our history and tradition. Feel the nostalgia in the cobbled streets of neighbourhoods like San Telmo, visit old cafes where poets used to gather, witness traditional gaucho displays of horsemanship and folk dancing at the Feria de Mataderos, and explore the political history of the Plaza de Mayo, where huge crowds turned out to see Eva Perón speak.

5. You can enjoy a wealth of culture

Long seen as Latin America’s capital of culture, Buenos Aires has almost 300 theatres, 380 bookstores and 160 museums, and some of them will take your breath away. The Teatro Colón is one of the world’s best opera houses, with outstanding acoustics and beautiful interiors, the Ateneo Grand Spendid is considered one of the most beautiful bookshops in the world, and you’ll find creative, artistic expression not only in the many galleries and cultural centres, but in the streets themselves. The city has its own traditional form of folk art known as fileteado, recognised as cultural heritage by UNESCO, and you can find incredible street art on every corner (pay a visit to the incredible 2000m² mural El regreso de Quinquela in Barracas).

6. Festivals and events

A guide to what’s happening in Buenos Aires throughout the year.
• 125th Argentine Open Polo Tournament: One of the world’s greatest polo tournament every November – December.
• International Tango Festival and World Cup: (Every August. 2018 edition: August 9 – 22) Two weeks of concerts, shows, classes and milongas every August. Come to watch, listen or dance!
• BA International Jazz Festival: (November 14 – 19, 2018) Everything from Bebop to jazz fusion at this international festival every November.Click here for more

7. You can eat like a king

Designated Ibero-American capital of Gastronomic Culture 2017, the city boasts outstanding culinary options, from elegant 19th and early 20th century “bares notables” to some of Latin America’s most acclaimed contemporary restaurants and bars. Dining is important in Buenos Aires, and you can enjoy the world’s best steaks, Argentina’s famous malbec wines, and hearty Andean fare, plus there’s pizza, pasta and ice cream on every corner thanks to the city’s Italian heritage. Buenos Aires boasts several restaurants recognised in Latin America’s 50 Best. Local treats to look out for include the traditional infusion mate and addictive alfajores – chocolate-covered double-deck cookies filled with caramel-like dulce de leche.

UPCOMING LATIN CONCERTS & FESTIVALS 2022 (CAMILO, JUAN LUIS GUERRA, BAD BUNNY & MORE)

UPCOMING LATIN CONCERTS & FESTIVALS 2022

#LaXEnPrivado Presenta: EL ALFA EN PRIVADO
WHEN: August 15, 2022 (Secret Location | NYC)
Listen to LA X96.3 FM daily for a chance to win tickets to this private invite only event. You could also listen via the Uforia App | x96.3fm

KAROL G: “$TRIP LOVE” TOUR
WHEN: Sept 6, 2022 (Rosemont, IL) to Oct 29, 2022 (Vancouver, BC)
ARTIST INFO: Karolgmusic.com
Click here for full schedule / tickets

CAMILO – NORTH AMERICAN TOUR 2022
WHEN: Aug 27, 2022 (Radio city Music Hall, NYC) to Nov 12, 2022 (Coliseo De Puerto Rico)
ARTIST INFO: Camilolatribu.com
Click here for full schedule / tickets

JUAN LUIS GUERRA: “ENTRE MAR Y PALMERAS” TOUR
WHEN: March 5, 2022 (Houston, TX) to June 4, 2022 (Orlando, FL)
ARTIST INFO: Juanluisguerra.com
Click here for full schedule / tickets

SUENOS MUSIC FESTIVAL
WHEN / WHERE: May 28 & 29, 2022 (Chicago, IL)
PERFORMERS: Ozuna, Jbalvin, El Alfa, Sech, Myke Towers, Wisin y Yandel, Jhay Cortez, and more
INFO: Click here for full lineup / tickets

BAD BUNNY: WORLD’S HOTTEST TOUR
WHEN: Aug 5, 2022 (Orlando, FL) to Sept 30, 2022 (Los Angeles, CA)
Click here for full schedule / tickets

WE WILL CONTINUE REVISING THIS LIST WITH NEW TOUR DATES. Contact us with any suggestions.
* Dates, performers and venues are subject to change

Bad Bunny announces “World’s Hottest Tour” | Here’s the full schedule

Puerto Rican megastar Bad Bunny announced his World’s Hottest Tour that will take place in stadiums in both the United States and Latin America during the second half of 2022. This will be the second tour of the year for Bad Bunny, who will start with El Último Tour Del Mundo starting February 9 and has sold out in record time.

Bad Bunny: World’s Hottest Tour World’s Hottest Tour tickets will go on sale Friday, January 28 at worldshottesttour.com with a special pre-sale scheduled for Wednesday, January 26.

Below is the full schedule with dates and cities for the World’s Hottest Tour

United States Tour Dates

August 5th – Orlando, Florida – Camping World Stadium.

August 9th – Atlanta, Georigia – Truist Park (With special guest Alesso).

August 12th – Miami, Florida – Hard Rock Stadium (With special guest Alesso).

August 18th – Boston, Massachusetts – Fenway Park (With special guest Alesso).

August 20th – Chicago, Illinois – Soldier Field.

August 23rd – Washington, DC – Nationals Park (With special guest Alesso).

August 27th – New York, New York – Yankee Stadium (With special guest Diplo).

September 1st – Houston, Texas – Minute Maid Park (With special guest Alesso).

September 7th – San Antonio, Texas – Alamodome (With special guest Alesso).

September 9th – Dallas, Texas – AT&T Stadium (With special guest Alesso).

September 14th – Oakland, California – RingCentral Coliseum (With special guest Alesso).

September 17th – San Diego, California – PETCO Park (With special guest Alesso).

September 23rd – Las Vegas, Nevada – Allegiant Stadium (With special guest Alesso).

September 28th – Phoenix, Arizona – Chase Field (With special guest Alesso).

September 30th – Los Angeles, California – SoFi Stadium (With special guest Diplo).

Latin America Tour Dates

October 21st – Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic – Estadio Olímpico Félix Sánchez.

October 28th – Santiago, Chile – Estadio Nacional Julio Martínez Prádanos.

November 4th – Buenos Aires, Argentina – Estadio de Vélez (José Amalfitani).

November 11th – Asuncion, Paraguay – Estadio La Nueva Olla.

November 13th – Lima, Peru – Estadio Nacional.

November 16th – Quito, Ecuador – Estadio Olímpico Atahualpa.

November 18th – Medellin, Colombia – Estadio Atanasio Girardot.

November 22nd – Panama City, Panama – Estadio Rommel Fernández Gutiérrez.

November 24th – San Jose, Costa Rica – Estadio Nacional.

November 26th – San Salvador, El Salvador – Estadio Cuscatlán.

November 29th – San Pedro Sula, Honduras – Estadio Olímpico Metropolitano.

December 1st – Guatemala City, Guatemala – Explanada Cardales de Cayalá.

Visit worldshottesttour.com for updates and to purchase tickets

SIRIUSXM AND PANDORA HOST AN EXCLUSIVE PANDORA LIVE EL PULSO EVENT FEATURING J BALVIN

SiriusXM and Pandora Celebrate Latinx and Hispanic Heritage Month with New Initiatives to Highlight Latinx and Hispanic Artists and announces exclusive Pandora LIVE El Pulso performance by J Balvin

SiriusXM channels will salute the impact of Latinx and Hispanic culture on contemporary music and entertainment with special programming featuring Andrés Calamaro, Becky G, Chucho Valdes, Diego Torres, Tainy and more

SiriusXM and Pandora Launch ‘Small Stage Series’ – Top Artists in Music and Comedy Performing at Small Iconic Venues

In addition to launching the Satélites station, Pandora will host an exclusive Pandora LIVE El Pulso event featuring a performance from 5 time Latin GRAMMY-winning artist J Balvin, also known as “the global ambassador of Reggaeton.” Balvin, a favorite on Pandora’s popular El Pulso station, will perform his massive global hits as well as music from his recent album Jose. Fans will have the opportunity to witness the exclusive show taping live and those unable to attend will be able to enjoy the event virtually on October 13 at live.pandora.com. The performance will also air on SiriusXM’s Caliente and Pitbull’s Globalization channels.

Balvin’s Pandora LIVE El Pulso event lands after the launch of his Artist Takeover Mode on El Pulso, out now. Listen to J. Balvin’s Artist Takeover Mode on EL Pulso here.

UPCOMING LATIN CONCERTS & FESTIVALS 2021 (AVENTURA, KAROL G, RUBEN BLADES & MORE)

UPCOMING

[LIST WILL CONSISTENTLY BE UPDATED WITH NEW TOUR & FESTIVAL INFO]

AVENTURA: GIRA INMORTAL
UPCOMING DATES: Aug 14, 2021 (Miami, FL), Aug 22, 2021 (Arlington, TX), Aug 29, 2021 (Chicago, IL), Sept 5, 2021 (Los Angeles, CA), Oct 9 (Metlife Stadium – East Rutherford, NJ)
More Info / Tickets: www.Aventuraworldwide.com

KAROL G: BICHOTA TOUR 2021
DATES: Oct 27, 2021 (Denver, CO) – Nov 27, 2021 (San Juan, PR)
MORE INFO / TICKETS: www.Karolgmusic.com

RUBÉN BLADES – SALSWING TOUR!
DATES: Nov 20, 2021 (Oakland, CA) to Dec 5, 2021 (Chicago, IL)
MORE INFO / TICKETS: www.rubenblades.com

MON LEFERTE U.S. TOUR 2021 W/ FLOR DE TOLOACHE
DATES: Sep 14. 2021 (Seattle, WA) to Oct 28, 2021 (Tucson, AZ)
MORE INFO / TICKETS: www.latino.life/monlaferte2021

WE WILL CONTINUE REVISING THIS LIST WITH NEW TOUR DATES. Contact us with any suggestions.
* Dates, performers and venues are subject to change

AVENTURA ANNOUNCE THEIR FIRST U.S. TOUR IN OVER 10 YEARS [Updated Dates]

Award-winning bachata superstars Aventura announce their first U.S. tour in over 10 years. As one of the most influential Latin groups of all time, Romeo Santos, Lenny Santos, Henry Santos and Max Agende Santos will bring their exhilarating bachata sound to seven cities in the new year. Produced by Live Nation, the outing will kick off February 6th in Los Angeles, CA and make stops in Dallas, Houston, Chicago, Boston, Washington D.C. and Miami.

[UPDATE 2021]

They have recently added additional stadium dates. The Live Nation produced stadium tour will go on sale this Friday, July 23, 2021 at 12pm local time through www.ticketmaster.com. Citi is the official presale credit card of the Inmortal Stadium Tour. As such, Citi cards members will have access to purchase pre-sale tickets beginning today, Tuesday, July 20 at 12pm local time through Tursday, July 22nd at 10pm . For complete details visit www.citientertainment.com 

NEW DATES ADDED TO: Inmortal Stadium Tour

August 14, 2021: Hard Rock Stadium – Miami, FL *Sold Out

August 29, 2021: Wrigley Field – Chicago, IL *New Date *JUST ADDED*

September 5, 2021: Dodger Stadium – Los Angeles, CA *New Date *JUST ADDED*

October 9, 2021: Metlife Stadium – East Rutherford, NJ *New Date *JUST ADDED*

October 14, 2021: Globe Life Field – Arlington, TX *New Date *JUST ADDED*

[New Music] @KarolG announces new album, tracklist and cover art

[New Music] @KarolG announces new album #KG0516 and the tracklist and cover for the album.

She will be premiering a song from the album tonight, Wed. 3/24/21 on @FallonOnTonight. Album comes out on 3/25/21.

The Road To The Calle Ocho Festival 2020

Since 1978, Carnaval Miami has been organized by the Kiwanis Club of Little Havana and is held annually between February and March.  Through the dedicated support of the club’s members, volunteers and dedicated corporate and community partners, Carnaval Miami has grown into one of the largest Latin cultural celebrations in the United States, culminating with the world-famous El Festival de la Calle Ocho (Calle Ocho Festival).

Here are some events leading up to Calle Ocho Festival which takes place March 15th, 11am -7pm.

Carnaval Miami 2020 officially kicks off on February with the Miss Carnaval pageant. The pageant winner will not only be awarded cash prizes and scholarships, but the opportunity to be the face of Carnaval Miami 2019 with sponsored entry into the Miss Florida USA pageant.

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

Feb 8: Miss Carnaval Miami. More Info / Tickets
March 7: Cordials & Candy. More Info / Tickets
March 7 & 8: Carnaval On The Mile (FREE). More Info
March 7 & 8: Cork & Fork. More Info / Tickets
March 9: Domino Tournament (FREE). More Info 
March 12: Golf Classic. More Info / Tickets
April 11: Soccer 5v5 (FREE). More Info

Carnaval Miami is organized annually by the Kiwanis Club of Little Havana. All proceeds benefit the Kiwanis of Little Havana Foundation’s youth development programs. For more information about the Kiwanis of Little Havana, or Carnaval Miami 2020 sponsorship opportunities, visit http://carnavalmiami.com

*DATES SUBJECT TO CHANGE. VISIT CARNAVALMIAMI.COM FOR UPDATES.