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What to Expect at Bad Bunny’s Most Wanted Tour – Setlist & Stage Layout

Bad Bunny’s Most Wanted Tour has officially kicked off. The iconic Puerto Rican artist’s “trap only” concerts started yesterday (Feb. 21) at the Delta Center in Salt Lake City, UT. Fans who attended the show and social media users finally got to see what El Conejo Malo has been working on for the spectacle, including the highly-anticipated setlist.

The show opened with a live orchestra playing “NADIE SABE” and “MONACO.” Once the main concert began, Bad Bunny came out wearing a loose-fitting suit with a backward baseball cap. His second look — and perhaps his most iconic — was a royal blue western outfit with fringes and embroidery. He paired this fit with his on-brand nadie sabe lo que va a pasar mañana mask, covering his face. Benito wore it as he came out riding a real horse during the second part of his show. Another highlight of the show was that one of the layouts featured him on a floating, rotating bridge on top of the floor area. This enabled fans on higher-level seats to see him up and close, similar to his floating palm tree on the World’s Hottest Tour.

As advertised, the setlist mainly consisted of his trap songs, mostly from his nadie sabe lo que va a pasar mañana album. Some of the songs performed included fan favorites like the Young Miko-assisted “FINA,” the Feid collaboration “PERRO NEGRO,” and the joint track with Bryant Myers, “SEDA.” He also included throwback trap songs like “Tú No Metes Cabra,” “Soy Peor,” and “Chambea.” “Tú No Vive Así,” “Diles,” and “Vuelve” were also part of the tour’s setlist, which were all nostalgic reminders of Benito’s start in his music career.

However, he went beyond and also included other hits. Despite Benito telling his fans not to expect songs from his past albums on this tour, the artist sprinkled in some YHLQMDLG and Un Verano Sin Ti reggaeton favorites like “Safaera,” “Yo Perreo Sola,” “La Santa,” “Efecto,” and “Me Porto Bonito.” Unlike his last tour, which featured many surprise guests, this tour’s opening day didn’t have any.

Overall, Benito’s first night in Utah was a huge success. It became the venue’s highest-grossing single-night concert ever – overriding previous revenues set by Taylor Swift and Travis Scott. Up next, Benito is performing in Las Vegas, NV, from Feb. 23 to 24.