All the Latin U.S. Tours Announced for 2023 (Updating)
Editor’s Note: The list features only U.S. tours and is updated on a bi-weekly basis. The tours that have already culminated are removed from the list.
Ever since the touring industry rebooted in 2021, Latin music has become increasingly popular, with some of its biggest acts announcing tours in 2022 — including Bad Bunny, who closed out the year with a record-breaking $435 million in tour grosses that combine more than 80 concerts from two separate treks (El Último Tour del Mundo and The World’s Hottest Tour).
Colombian star Karol G also made history, becoming the highest U.S.-grossing tour by a female Latin act with her $Trip Love Tour, grossing $69.9 million and selling 410,000 tickets across 33 shows in North America, according to numbers reported to Billboard Boxscore. The “Bichota” singer surpassed Jennifer Lopez‘s $50 million grossing It’s My Party World Tour in 2019.
While Bunny and Karol made the rounds, two of reggaetón’s big dogs, Daddy Yankee and Wisin y Yandel, also kicked off their individual farewell tours.
The former wrapped his La Última Vuelta World Tour with $197.8 million and 1.9 million tickets sold over 83 shows in 2022, making it the second-biggest tour by a Latin artist in Boxscore history. The latter wrapped the year with a historic residency of 14 sold-out concerts at the Coliseo de Puerto Rico José Miguel Agrelot, part of the duo’s La Última Misión World Tour.
Other memorable treks last year included Feid, Christian Nodal, Sebastian Yatra, and Rosalía, whose Motomami World Tour grossed $28.1 million through the end of October.
This year, the show must go on, and artists such as Rauw Alejandro, Eladio Carrión, Maná, and Ha*Ash, have all hit the road. See our list of Latin tours that have already been announced for 2023 below.
Tour: Sanz En Vivo
Spanish star Alejandro Sanz is set to come back to the U.S. for the first time since the pandemic with his Sanz En Vivo Tour, produced by Loud And Live. The 11-date trek kicks off in San Juan, Puerto Rico, in September and has stops in cities such as Chicago, New York and Houston before wrapping up in Los Angeles in October. “I expect this comeback will be filled with a lot of love, magic, good energy. Let’s enjoy music,” adds Sanz, who recently wrapped up a 15-date stint in Mexico. For ticket info, visit: www.alejandrosanz.com.
Below, the complete list of dates for Sanz En Vivo:
Sept. 16 – San Juan – Coliseo de Puerto Rico
Sept. 21 – Orlando – Amway Center
Sept. 23 – Miami – Miami-Dade Arena
Sept. 27 – Chicago – Rosemont Theater
Sept. 29 – Washington, D.C. – EagleBank Arena
Sept. 30 – New York – The Theater at MSG
Oct. 5 – McAllen – Bert Ogden Arena
Oct. 7 – Dallas – Texas Trust CU Theater
Oct. 8 – Houston – Smart Financial Centre
Oct. 12 – El Paso – El Paso County Coliseum
Oct. 14 – Los Angeles –Microsoft Theater
Argentine rock icon Andres Calamaro will deliver his timeless and latest hits, such as “Flaca” and “Aunque No Sea Conmigo,” to name a few—during a four-day U.S. stint in the fall. Confirmed dates and cities include Oct. 21 in Miami, Oct. 26 in Orlando, Oct. 30 in Boston, and Nov. 3 in New York.
Tour: MS 20 Años
Sinaloan group Banda MS de Sergio Lizárraga is hitting the road this year in celebration of its 20th anniversary. The stint will kick off in February and will feature label mate Edén Muñoz as opening act on select tour dates.
Tour: Mi Casa, Tu Casa
Becky G is going on her first headlining tour.
The 16-date tour will run through the early fall, starting with a show Sept. 14 at Roadrunner in Boston followed by stops in New York City, Atlanta, Orlando and more. At the tail end of the month, Becky will spend consecutive nights across Texas by performing in Sugar Land, Grand Prairie, San Antonio and McAllen before playing El Paso’s Abraham Chavez Theatre. After three dates through Southern California, the tour then caps off Oct. 14 at the Arizona State Fair in Phoenix.
See the complete list of dates below:
Boza is kicking off his first-ever tour in the U.S., visiting over 20 cities starting on June 22 in Sterling, VA. During his club run, the Panamanian artist—known for hits such as “Hecha Pa’ Mi,” “Ella,” and his recent single “Volar” with Dalex—will visit fans in New York, Texas, and Florida, to name a few, before wrapping on Aug. 26 in Los Angeles, Calif. “Bringing Boza’s music, through a live performance to a market as important as the U. S. represents a major achievement for us, and reaffirms our commitment to project and expand our artists’ vision and careers,” said Giovanna Perez, founder of Tesa Entertainment, Boza’s exclusive booking and tour agency, in a press statement.
Tour: Colmillo de Leche
Presented by AEG, regional Mexican star Carin Leon will embark on his Colmillo de Leche Tour this summer. The trek will begin Aug. 10 in Chicago and will visit other major cities such as Houston, Los Angeles and Las Vegas before wrapping up Oct. 8 in Charlotte.
See the dates below:
Tour: Un Tour A Todas Partes
In support of his latest studio album Sincerándome, Carlos Rivera kicked off his “Tour To Every Part” (presented by Westwood Entertainment) in his native Mexico in the Spring, and from June 7 to 18, he will visit the U.S. before heading to Spain. The Mexican crooner will then close off his seven-month trek back to the states, where he will visit Texas, New York, and Chicago, before wrapping on Nov. 5 in Orlando, Fla.
Tour: El Tour de Los 30
Colombian star Carlos Vives — who is celebrating 30 years in music — will hit the road on a limited-run tour that kicks off Aug. 19 at New York’s iconic Radio City Music Hall and ends Nov. 5 at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. Produced by Loud and Live, the nine-date stint comes on the heels of his latest album, Escalona: Nunca Había Grabado Así.
“Loud and Live had the honor of producing the Después de Todo Vives Tour last year in the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico,” Nelson Albareda, CEO and founder of Loud and Live, said in a statement. “This year, we are extremely proud to be part of Vives’ 30-year career celebration and to be able to reconnect with his audience on this tour.”
Christian Nodal is set to return to the U.S. with his Foraji2 Tour, the mariacheño artist announced May 8. The 31-date stint will kick off Aug. 25 in Anaheim, Calif., and will make stops in Chicago, Miami, Las Vegas and Los Angeles before wrapping up Nov. 12 in Reading, Penn.
“Being on stage and sharing my music with fans is where I feel the most myself,” Nodal said in a statement. “I can’t wait to be with my fans to show them this new show that will have many surprises and of course, a lot of great music that celebrates Mexican culture in the way that it deserves.”
More info on the tour here.
Tour: XT4S1S USA
Pop star Danna Paola announced her first-ever U.S. headlining tour. Produced by Live Nation, Danna — known for hits such as “Mala Fama,” “Idiota” and her latest single “1Trago” — is set to visit 10 cities kicking off Aug. 11 in San Jose, Calif. The Mexican singer will make pitstops in Atlanta, Miami and Phoenix, before wrapping on Sept. 16 back in California. “My first U.S. tour. I can’t wait any longer to visit and sing with you for the first time,” the singer expressed in an Instagram post.
Diego El Cigala
Tour: Obras Maestras (Masterworks)
Diego El Cigala is hitting the road this year with his North American tour that will visit fourteen cities in the U.S. and Canada. Obras Maestras will kick off Sept. 13 in El Paso, Texas, and wrap on Oct. 15 in Washington DC. The Spanish flamenco artist, who has a prolific career that spans more than 30 years, will also visit fans in Miami, New York, Los Angeles, and Toronto, to name a few. Tickets for the general public con on sale at 10 a.m. local time on May 24.
Tour: La Leyenda Del Dembow
El Alfa has unveiled his 2023 U.S. tour dates set for 10 cities kicking off Oct. 12 at the Smart Financial Centre in Houston and wrapping Dec. 15 at the Rosemont Theatre in Chicago. The artist’s show at New York’s Madison Square Garden on Oct. 21 is already sold out.
“I’ll sell those tickets without sweating, relaxed,” the Dominican act said on Instagram of his trek. El Alfa’s tour announcement comes on the heels of Rolling Loud confirming that he’ll be part of this year’s hip-hop festival lineup in July.
Francisca Valenzuela is kicking off her North American, Latin America and European tour with a 20-date stint across the U.S., kicking off July 11 in Denver. The Chilean singer-songwriter will then visit fans in Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Houston and Atlanta, before wrapping Aug. 12 in Fort Lauderdale.
“This tour is totally different from other tours I’ve done,” she said in a press statement. “It is the live presentation of a new album, one that is very intimate, confessional. The show will reflect that interiority, that strength, dynamism, emotion and beauty. It will be a super emotional and entertaining space.”
Tour: El Comienzo
Norteño band Grupo Frontera is celebrating its one-year anniversary with their first U.S. tour. The 20-date stint will hit cities across the U.S. such as San Antonio, Las Vegas and Atlanta. Within their first year, Grupo Frontera has already placed three songs on the Billboard Hot 100 including “Bebe Dame” with Fuerza Regida, “Que Vuelvas” alongside Carin Leon, and “No Se Va,” a viral cover that put them on the map and catapulted them to success.
Tickets will go on sale Tuesday, Feb. 21 on Ticketmaster.com.
Ivan Cornejo is taking his heartfelt sierreño hits — such as “Está Dañada” and “La Curiosidad” — on tour, unveiling his more than 30-date U.S. stint the Terapia Tour. The Música Mexicana viral star will kick off the trek with a two-dates in Chicago on Aug. 4 and Aug. 5. He will then visit fans in New York, Orlando, Nashville, Austin and Las Vegas before wrapping Terapia on Nov. 12 in San Diego, Calif.
Jesse & Joy
Sibling duo Jesse & Joy will be embarking on a tour across the U.S and Canada in support of their latest album, Clichés. Produced by Live Nation, the 29-city trek kicks off June 15 at Palladium Times Square in New York. It will make stops across North America in Toronto, San Diego, Las Vegas and more before wrapping up in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., at Revolution on August 12.
Tour: Vida Rockstar
Presented by Loud And Live, the trek will take him to 16 major U.S. cities, kicking off Sept. 28 at the Agganis Arena in Boston and wrapping on Dec. 10 at the Hertz Arena in Ft. Myers. In between the opening and closing dates, the Puerto Rican singer-songwriter born Jesús Manuel Nieves Cortés (formerly known as Jhay Cortez) will also visit his loyal fans in Newark, Washington DC, Chicago, San Antonio, Dallas, Seattle, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Atlanta, and Miami, to name a few.
Tour: Niveles USA Tour
Puerto Rican singer-songwriter Justin Quilies is set to go on a 17-date U.S. tour in the fall. Produced by Live Nation, the Niveles USA Tour will kick off Oct. 13 at The Aztec Theater in San Antonio and will visit other cities such as Los Angeles, Phoenix and New York before wrapping up Dec. 16 in Boston at Citizens House of Blues.
See the complete list of dates here.
Kany García is hitting the road with her 2023 U.S.A. Tour presented by Live Nation. The Puerto Rican crooner — known for heartfelt Latin pop songs such as “Para Siempre,” “DPM,” and “Hoy Ya Me Voy” — will visit 18 cities, kicking off Aug. 30t in San Francisco. In September, she’ll visit her fans in Houston, Chicago, New York and Atlanta, before wrapping up on Oct. 1 in Orlando.
Los Fabulosos Cadillacs
Following a memorable performance at the 2023 Coachella festival, Los Fabulosos Cadillacs announce five U.S. dates kicking off Sept. 22 at the Smart Financial Centre in Houston, Texas. The Argentine rock group, behind hits such as “El Matador,” “Siguiendo La Luna,” and “Mal Bicho,” will also visit fans in California and New York, before wrapping on Oct. 1 at the Hard Rock Live in Hollywood, Florida. All shows, except the one in Los Angeles, are produced by Loud And Live and Move Concerts. Tickets will go on sale at 10 a.m. local time on April 28 on the group’s official website.
Tour: Luis Miguel Tour 2023
El Sol de México is rising. Luis Miguel is set to hit the road for his first tour in five years. The Mexican crooner announced the dates for his 43-date stint in North and South America, which will kick off Aug. 3 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The CMN-produced trek will visit major cities in the U.S. such as Chicago, Las Vegas, Miami and Los Angeles before wrapping up Dec. 17 in Guadalajara, Mexico.
See the complete list of dates here.
Tour: Gracias U.S. Tour
Celebrating a prolific trajectory that spans over five decades, Lupita D’Alessio has unveiled her 2023 farewell tour called “Gracias.” The 10-city U.S. trek will visit key venues in the fall such as the YouTube Theater in Los Angeles and The Rosemont in Chicago. D’Alessio, known for timeless hits “Que Ganas De No Verte Nunca Mas,” “Mudanzas,” and “Mentiras,” will be joined on tour by her talented son Ernesto D’Alessio as a guest artist. Tickets will go on sale at 10 a.m. local time on Friday, April 28.
Tour: Don Juan
Produced by CMN (Cardenas Marketing Network), Maluma’s Don Juan U.S. Tour — named after his upcoming studio album — will kick off Aug. 31 at the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, Calif., and wrap on Nov. 4 in Miami’s Kaseya Center. In between, he will make stops in Las Vegas, Houston, New York, Chicago, Boston, Atlanta, and Orlando, to name a few.
Tour: México Lindo y Querido
Following its unprecedented run at the L.A. Forum, where it had an exclusive residency that had the band playing monthly, Maná is now taking its show across the U.S. with a new tour called México Lindy y Querido. “Our shows are a big party and a celebration of life,” drummer Alex González told Billboard Español. “We are excited to continue that celebration and share it with more people across the United States.” The U.S. leg of the tour will kick off Feb. 10 in Los Angeles.
After successfully touring Latin America, Manuel Turizo has announced the U.S. leg of his 2000 Tour. Produced by CMN Events, the nearly monthlong trek kicks off Oct. 6 at Miami’s James L. Knight Center and wraps Nov. 3 in Chicago. The Colombian act — known for hits such as “Una Lady Como Tu,” “La Bachata” and “El Merengue” — will also visit New York City, Los Angeles and other key cities. “I am eager to meet my audience in the United States,” he said in a statement. “I aim to deliver an unforgettable show.”
Pre-sale begins at 10 a.m. local time on Thursday, July 27, and general sales at 10 a.m. local time on Friday, July 28.
Marco Antonio Solís
Tour: El Buki Tour
After his stints with Los Bukis in 2021 and 2022, Marco Antonio Solís returns with his solo tour in March. Named the El Buki Tour, the Live Nation-produced trek will take the Mexican singer-songwriter to key markets such as Los Angeles, Dallas and Las Vegas before wrapping up in Chicago on Oct. 15. “I will be going around the world to reunite with all of you and take my music that you all receive with so much love,” he said.
Tickets can be purchased here.
Tour: Party Monster
On the heels of its Quinceañera World Tour, which celebrated the group’s 15th anniversary, Mexican band Matute is set to hit the road once again with its Party Monster 2023 Tour. Members Jorge, Tana, Pepe, Irving, Nacho and Oso promise a nostalgic experience for their ’80s-music lovers and fans. See the confirmed U.S. dates below:
8/17 – Miami, FL @ James L Knight Center
8/19 – Atlanta, GA @ Coca Cola Roxy
8/20 – Charlotte, NC @ Ovens Auditorium
8/24 – San Antonio, TX @ The Majestic
8/25 – Laredo, TX @ Sames Auto Arena
8/26 – Hidalgo, TX @ Payne Arena
8/31 – Dallas, TX @ The Pavilion @ Toyota Music Factory
9/1 – Houston, TX @ Smart Financial Centre
9/2 – El Paso, TX @ El Paso County Coliseum
9/3 –Phoenix, AZ @ Celebrity Theatre
9/8 – Los Angeles, CA @ YouTube Theater
9/9 – Las Vegas, NV @ The Pearl
9/10 – San Jose, CA @ San Jose Civic
9/28 – Elizabeth, NJ @ The Ritz Theatre
9/29 – Chicago, IL @ The Rosemont
Tour: La Vida Es Una
Myke Towers announced the dates of his La Vida Es Una U.S. Tour with 21 cities confirmed. In support of his latest studio album, the trek kicks off Oct. 8 at the Rosemont Theatre in Chicago and wraps Nov. 26 in Miami’s Kaseya Center. In between, the Puerto Rican rapper and reggaeton star will make pit stops in Los Angeles, Dallas, New York, Atlanta and Orlando, to name a few.
Tour: Antología: 20 Años
Celebrating a notable 20-year career, Natalia Jiménez will embark on a tour across her native Spain, Mexico, and The United States. For the North American leg, the pop powerhouse will have a five-day stint kicking off Aug. 4 at the Balboa Theater in San Diego and wrapping Aug. 19 at the Factory Deep Ellum in Dallas. Jiménez will also visit fans in Los Angeles, Chicago, and New York.
Pepe Aguilar is set to headline two tours this year. The Mexican music star will be playing across the U.S. starting July 22, marking his first solo tour since 2017. Over the past five years, he had been touring with his family — featuring his children Ángela Aguilar, Leonardo Aguilar and brother Antonio Aguilar Jr. — in the top-grossing Jaripeo Sin Fronteras spectacle, which he will also be headlining this year.
Corridos rising star Peso Pluma will go on his first-ever U.S. tour this year. The Mexican singer-songwriter will start his Live-Nation-produced stint in Ontario, Calif., on April 8, and includes stops in 24 cities across the U.S.
“It has always been a dream of mine and the whole Peso Pluma family to go on tour in the U.S. and I definitely didn’t expect it to happen so soon, but I am looking forward to connecting with my fans in every city and getting to experience every moment of this with them,” the regional Mexican artist — who was Billboard‘s Latin Artist on the Rise in March — said in a statement. “We have a great show planned, lots of new music on the way, exciting collaborations, and showing everyone what the Double P is made of.”
Check out the complete list of dates here.
Tour: Los Muchachos
Colombian pop group Piso 21 announced their 2023 U.S. tour called Los Muchachos (the boys) — which is also the title to their upcoming studio album. Produced by Loud and Live along with Tesa Entertainment, in partnership with Three Six Zero, the four-member act (Dim, Lorduy, Pablo and El Profe) will visit seven U.S. cities in the fall, starting at New York’s Palladium Time Square on Sept. 8, and wrapping Oct. 1st at The Studio at the Factory in Dallas. Piso 21 will also visit fans in New York, Miami and Orlando, to name a few.
Tour: ¿Quién Trae Las Cornetas?
The Venezuelan band has announced an ambitious headlining tour with stops in countries in North, South and Central America. With more than 40 dates, the trek is set to kick off in the U.S. Oct. 11 in Florida. For the first leg of the tour, the group will travel the country visiting other states such as New York, Georgia and Illinois. Dates for ¿Quién Trae Las Cornetas? below:
Tour: Soy Rebelde
Mexican pop band RBD— comprised of Anahí, Dulce María, Christian Chavez, Maite Perroni, and Christopher von Uckermann (Alfonso Herrera will not join his bandmates) — is set to visit Mexico, Brazil, and the U.S. In total, the 26-date stint will tour 10 stadiums and 16 arenas. The Live Nation-produced trek will kick off in El Paso, Texas, at the Sun Bowl Stadium on Aug. 25 and will make stops in key U.S. cities such as Chicago, New York, Miami, and Los Angeles.
Tour: Formula, Vol. 3 — La Gira
In the midst of his Latin American tour, Romeo Santos unveiled he will be touring the U.S. as well. Following his already-announced stadium shows in Los Angeles, New York, Miami and Houston, Santos will continue his tour in other cities such as Las Vegas, Chicago and Nashville. See the dates below:
Santa Fe Klan
Tour: Todo Y Nada
Santa Fe Klan is going on tour this summer. Produced by AEG, the Todo Y Nada tour will kick off in June in Seattle with stops in Austin, Los Angeles and Washington before wrapping in Denver in August. The stint is set to feature special guests Snow Tha Product and Tornillo.
“I am thrilled to begin touring again across the U.S. this summer,” the Mexican artist said in a statement. “After my tour last summer, this will be my third tour in the U.S. and fans can expect a ton of new music and an elevated show with a whole new production. I’m grateful for everyone involved in putting on this tour and I can’t wait for fans to experience what we’re preparing,” said Santa Fe Klan.
Ticket info here.
Tour: Después de la Tormenta
Colombian singer-songwriter Santiago Cruz is ready to croon his fans during his 10-city stint that kicks off Oct. 24 in Atlanta’s City Winery and wraps Nov. 9 in Puerto Rico’s University of PR Teatro. “Well, it seems that 2023 is becoming a year of fulfilling dreams! It is with great enthusiasm that I share this news,” the “Y Si Te Quedas, ¿Qué?” singer shared on Instagram.
Siddhartha is currently making the rounds in Mexico but on May 24 he will visit fans in the U.S., kicking off at The Fillmore in San Francisco. During most of June, the former Zoé band member will visit key cities including Los Angeles and Houston, before continuing his tour run in Latin America. The rock artist will then return to the U.S. on Oct. 20 for a show in Atlanta, which will then transport to more U.S. cities including New York, Chicago, and Las Vegas, to name a few.
Sin Bandera is hitting the road in 2023, celebrating a 20-year trajectory as duo. Composed by Mexican singer-songwriter Leonel Garcia and Argentine singer-songwriter Noel Schajris—each who also have their solo careers—will kick off the trek on Sept. 7 at The Pavilion in Irving, TX, and wrap on Dec. 9 at The United Palace in New York. The renowned pop act will also visit fans in Phoenix, Inglewood, Miami, and Atlanta, to name a few.
Tour: TINI Tour
Argentine superstar TINI has announced three-date stint dubbed the TINI Tour. The U.S. outing is set to kick off on Oct. 31 at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. It will be followed by a show in Miami on Nov. 2 and will wrap in New York on Nov. 3. The concert series will be produced by ZamoraLive and Zcape Productions. Starting May 5, tickets can be purchased here.
Yahritza Y Su Esencia
Tour: The Obsessed
Sibling trio Yahritza Y Su Esencia is set to go on their first-ever U.S tour this summer. Named after their debut EP, The Obsessed Tour is set to kick off Aug. 15 in their hometown Washington. They’ll then visit different states such as Oregon, Texas and California. The 11-date stint was announced on June 13 as “the first shows of the tour,” the Mexican music band wrote on social media. “We’ve been anxiously waiting for this moment and we are so excited to finally meet you all.