Bad Bunny has announced an upcoming US and Canadian tour for 2024 in the promotion of his latest album, No One Knows What Will Happen Tomorrow.
The 29-year-old Puerto Rican rapper and singer released the highly anticipated 22-song album last week. It is considered his first release since losing to Harry Styles at the Grammys in February.
On Thursday (October 19), Bad Bunny (real name Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio) shared a poster showing his 2024 tour dates on social media.
“No one knows what will happen tomorrow. “Don’t let him get away, because you’ll never see him again,” reads a poster caption beneath a black-and-white photo of Bad Bunny from his early days as a trap star.
“Don’t go if you’re not a true fan,” another text on the sign urged.
The 50+ date tour kicks off in Salt Lake City, Utah, on February 21, 2024. The artist will make stops in cities including Seattle, Washington; Los Angeles California; New York, New York; and Toronto, Ont. It ends in Miami, Florida, on May 26, 2024.
More dates and locations are expected to be added soon.
To prevent access to bots and resellers, Bad Bunny is asking his fans to register for the Most Wanted tour through Live Nation to “offer more tickets to real people who want to attend in concert.”
Registration is open until October 22, but tickets are not guaranteed. Access is given to fans at random, and some are placed on a waiting list.
The ‘Me Porto Bonito’ singer announced her tour before returning as host and singer for the second episode of season 49 of Saturday Night Live next week The premiere of the new season of the popular comedy show has been delayed due to the resolution of the Writers Guild of America strike last September.
Bad Bunny made his debut in the SNL in 2021 as a musical guest with presenter Regé-Jean Page (Bridgerton).