Half of 2023 may be coming to a close, but there’s still so many tours to look forward to this year. There are more tours by Latin artists than ever to choose from, including superstars like Karol G, Becky G and Romeo Santos. There are also Latin pop stars who are touring the U.S. for the first time like Danna Paola, Tini and Peso Pluma.
LATINA has lined-up the best tours to look forward to this summer, fall and winter.
Karol G, Mañana Será Bonito Tour
The demand for Karol G’s Mañana Será Bonito Tour keeps growing. For the first time, the Colombian superstar will perform concerts in stadiums across the U.S. The tour is named after her historic album. Karol G became the first female Latin artist to hit No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart with a fully Spanish LP. On August 11, she will kick off the first show at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas. Karol G will visit stadiums throughout the rest of the month and September, including the Rose Bowl in Pasadena twice.
RBD, Soy Rebelde Tour
Last year, Karol G brought Anahí back to the stage for the first time in years. Now Anahí will be rejoining her RBD bandmates Dulce María, Maite Perroni, Christian Chávez and Christopher von Uckermann for a special reunion tour. The Mexican pop group will be performing their classics in stadiums and arenas in the U.S. on the Soy Rebelde Tour. The tour kicks off on August 25 at the Sun Bowl Stadium in El Paso. The U.S. leg wraps at the BMO Stadium in Los Angeles on Oct. 22. RBD will also be visiting cities in Mexico, Brazil and Colombia.
Romeo Santos, Fórmula, Vol. 3: The Tour
One artist who is no stranger to performing in stadiums in the U.S. is Romeo Santos. After selling out the SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles and Citi Field in New York City, the Dominican-American icon will be bringing his tour back to the states this fall. The second U.S. leg of his Fórmula, Vol. 3: The Tour kicks off on Oct. 4 at the Save Mart Center in Fresno. Throughout that month and November, Santos will be performing in arenas like the Forum in Inglewood and the Prudential Center in Newark. The King of Bachata will close out his stateside concerts on November 14 at the Amway Center in Orlando.
Maluma, Don Juan World Tour
Maluma will be performing in concerts across the U.S. again on his Don Juan World Tour. The tour is named after his upcoming album, which includes his recent singles like “La Fórmula” featuring Marc Anthony, “La Reina,” and the hypnotic “Coco Loco.” The Colombian superstar also has an arsenal of hits from his past albums that will most likely be included in the setlist. The U.S. leg of the Don Juan World Tour kicks off on August 31 at the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento. Maluma will be visiting stateside arenas throughout September, October and early November. That stateside leg will wrap up on November 4 at the Kaseya Center in Miami.
Ricky Martin, Enrique Iglesias and Pitbull, The Trilogy Tour
Two of Latin music’s pop icons will be joining forces again for a joint tour. Ricky Martin and Enrique Iglesias are teaming up for the Trilogy Tour. The title of the tour is a nod to including Pitbull in the mix this time around. Martin, Iglesias and Mr. 305 will kick off the tour on October 14 at the Capital One Arena in Washington, D.C. Throughout that month, November, and December, the three artists will be performing concerts in arenas like Madison Square Garden in New York City, the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles and the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. The tour will wrap up in the U.S. on December 8 at the Climate Pledge Arena in Seattle.
Peso Pluma, The Doble P Tour
Fresh off becoming the biggest Mexican artist on the planet, Peso Pluma is currently touring the U.S. for the first time. Due to the high demand to see him live, he added more dates to the Doble P Tour. Peso Pluma is booked and busy, performing concerts this month through to October in the states. The last date will take place at the Honda Center in Anaheim on Oct. 20. After scoring multiple global corrido hits with artists like Bizarrap and Eslabon Armado, he will release his next album Genesis on June 22.
Kali Uchis, Red Moon In Venus Tour
After performing at Coachella this year, Kali Uchis embarked on the successful Red Moon In Venus Tour. The Colombian-American superstar will be performing in arenas in the U.S. for the first time on the second leg of the tour. Uchis will bring the tour back to the states on September 22 at the Viejas Arena in San Diego. She will also perform concerts in more California cities, such as Sacramento, Los Angeles and Oakland. The fall tour also includes stops in Las Vegas and El Paso, where it wraps up on October 3. Dominican rapper Tokischa will be her opening act at all the concerts. Buscabulla will also join Uchis at the Hollywood Bowl.
Becky G, Mi Casa, Tu Casa Tour
For the first time in her career, Becky G will be performing on her own headlining tour of the U.S. Fresh off her performance at Coachella, the Mexican-American superstar will embark on the Mi Casa, Tu Casa Tour this fall. The tour kicks off on September 14 at the Roadrunner in Boston. Throughout September and October, Becky G will be performing concerts in major cities like New York, Los Angeles, Orlando, Phoenix and Atlanta. The last date will take place at the Arizona State Fair in Phoenix on October 14. She is currently working on her regional Mexican music album, which she previewed with the song “Chanel” featuring Peso Pluma.
Jhayco, Vida Rockstar Tour
Jhayco will be touring the U.S. again this fall. The Puerto Rican superstar will embark on his Vida Rockstar Tour, which is the name of the new era in his career. This year, Jhayco has released his hits like “Mami Chula” featuring Quevedo and the sensual “Cuerpecito.” The U.S. leg of his tour kicks off on September 28 at the Agganis Arena in Boston. Throughout October and December, Jhayco will perform concerts in venues like the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, the Prudential Center in Newark and Rosemont Theatre in Chicago. The stateside date will take place at the Hertz Arena in Ft. Myers.
Danna Paola, XT4S1S Tour USA
After selling out arenas in Mexico City, Danna Paola will be bringing her XT4S1S Tour to the U.S. This will be the Mexican pop star’s first headlining tour in the states. The tour will kick off on August 11 at the San Jose Civic. Throughout that month and September, Paola will be performing in venues like the YouTube Theatre in Inglewood, Palladium Time Square in New York and James L. Knight Center in Miami. The tour will wrap up at the Magnolia in El Cajon on September 16. Paola is currently working on her next album, which she previewed with the hits “XT4S1S” and “1 Trago.”
Tini, Tini Tour 2023
Tini has sold out stadiums in Latin America and Spain. The Argentine pop star will be bringing the Tini tour to the U.S. for the first time. Tini will be hitting up three major cities with the tour. She will kick off the stateside trek on Halloween at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. On November 2, Tini will perform at the Kaseya Center in Miami. The tour will come to a close on November 3 at the Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Tini is currently supporting her album “Cupido,” which features her hits like “La Triple T” and “La Loto” with Becky G and Anitta.
Eladio Carrión, The Sauce USA Tour
After performing at Coachella earlier this year, Eladio Carrión has extended his Sauce USA Tour. The Puerto Rican rapper will perform in different venues across the U.S. this fall. The second leg of Carrión’s tour kicks off on October 7 at the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago. Throughout that month, he will also visit major cities like New York, Las Vegas, Anaheim and Los Angeles. Carrión’s tour will wrap up on November 11 at the FPL Solar Amphitheatre in Miami. Earlier this year, he released his album 3MEN2 KBRN, which featured explosive collaborations with Lil Wayne, Future, 50 Cent and his close friend Bad Bunny.
Lucas Villa is a freelance music contributor for LATINA. His work is also featured in Rolling Stone, Billboard, Teen Vogue, MTV News and W Magazine.