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Bad Bunny Announces His 2024 Most Wanted Tour: Here Are the Dates

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Just six days after unleashing his new studio album, Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar Mañana, Bad Bunny has announced he’s hitting the road in 2024 in support of the set.

In a short clip posted on his Instagram Thursday (Oct. 19), the Puerto Rican artist continues with his new Western concept and is wearing a denim, fringe jacket, cowboy boots, his signature plaid scarf and a brown face covering while riding a tall horse. At one point, he stops to check out some “wanted” posters against a wall, showing a photo of a younger Bunny (most specifically, one from his beginnings when he did trap music). The poster reads “Most Wanted Tour” at the top and “2024” in the bottom. The clip later reveals an official website for fans to register and see the tour dates.

The Most Wanted Tour, produced by Live Nation and Rimas, will kick off Feb. 21 in Salt Lake City and runs until May 26 in Miami, Fla. In between, Benito will make stops in Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Chicago, New York, Houston, Atlanta, and more U.S. cities. The tour poster also notes “and more…” at the end of the list of dates, hinting that more shows may be announced.

Bunny’s forthcoming tour backs his new 22-song set that — with songs such as “Monaco,” “Mercedes Carota” and “Thunder y Lightning” — for the most part marks his return to his Latin trap roots. On the album, he also reeled in some of his longtime collaborators such as Arcangel, Mora and Ñengo Flow, as well as Feid and Young Miko, to name a few. 

“I hope you can enjoy this album that I did with a lot of work,” he expressed on his WhatsApp channel to his more than 16 million followers. “All my projects have been done with lots of love for you, but this album, specifically, is 100% for you like no other.”

The 2024 Most Wanted Tour will follow the artist’s World’s Hottest Tour stadium run, which closed in 2022 with a record-breaking $435 million in tour grosses.

See his announcement below:

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