Global sensation Bad Bunny is set to dazzle North Texas in 2024 with two Dallas concerts on May 3 and 4 as part of his highly-anticipated ‘Most Wanted Tour, according to a Dallas Morning News article. They say,
“World-famous musician Bad Bunny is returning to North Texas with two concert dates in Dallas as part of his “Most Wanted Tour” next year.
The Puerto Rican artist announced the tour through social media, and a poster for the tour showed that the three-time Grammy Award winner has concerts scheduled May 3 and 4 in Dallas. He also had concerts planned in Austin and Houston, the poster showed.”
Bad Bunny’s ‘Most Wanted Tour’ spans 47 shows across 31 cities, with two unforgettable days in Austin, Dallas, and Houston. The tour kicks off on Feb. 21 and concludes on May 26 in Miami, according to a WFAA article which says,
“The tour will be 47 shows nationwide in 31 different cities. He will perform in Austin, Dallas and Houston for two days in each city, according to a press release. First, Bad Bunny will perform at the Moody Center in Austin on April 26 and 27, then head down to the Toyota Center in Houston on April 30 and May 1, and finishes his Lone Star stay at the American Airlines Center in Dallas on May 3 and 4.
The tour begins on Feb. 21 in Salt Lake City, Utah, and ends May 26 in Miami.”
Bad Bunny continues to shatter records, with his latest album becoming the most-streamed on its debut day. His impact extends beyond language, captivating audiences worldwide, according to a Dallas Observer article. It reports,
“The rapper/singer keeps breaking records. Just this year, his most recent album, “nadie sabe lo que va a pasar mañana” (“no one knows what will happen tomorrow”), became the most-streamed album on its debut day. And he’s been at the top for a long time without any help from sorta-mami-in-law Kris Jenner.
The singer also breaks barriers as a Spanish-speaking artist among audiences who don’t speak the language, although even those of us who do speak Spanish are hardly able to understand a word he’s saying.”
Bad Bunny fans are urged to register for the Most Wanted Tour to combat ticket scalping and ensure genuine fans have access. Registration closed Oct. 22, with a random code distribution.