LOS ANGELES – Puerto Rican singer Bad Bunny kicked off his US tour with some special concerts in Los Angeles this weekend and is now gearing up to begin the second leg of his Latin America tour.
The urban music star kicked off her “World’s Hottest Tour” with two consecutive shows starting Friday at Los Angeles’ Sophie Stadium, where Archangel, Bomba Esterio, Cardi B, Chenko Corleone, Ivy Queen and Jodi Jowell made guest appearances. took. Randy.
A mix of energy, intimacy and partying, his fans were overwhelmed, who sang with the artist for two nights in a row.
Saturday’s concert also included a special moment when the City of Los Angeles honored the artist for “the immense cultural impact it had on the Latino community of the City of Los Angeles” by declaring October 1 as Bad Bunny’s official day.
“World’s Hottest Tour” took the critically acclaimed two-time Grammy Award winner “Bad Rabbit” to 15 cities across the United States, where they played 21 sold-out shows.
According to a statement from its publicist, the much-anticipated concert series has sold over 944,000 tickets to date, grossing over $232 million.
The Puerto Rican star is now set to tour Latin America in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, starting October 21, where he will continue to give his fans hits from his album “Un Verano Sin Ti”.
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