Bad Bunny Tickets
The sensational Puerto Rican rapper, singer and producer, Bad Bunny is currently touring North America to promote his debut studio album, ‘X 100pre.’ So, get your hands on Bad Bunny tickets at the earliest and watch him as he delivers yet another amazing performance in your city next. Benito Antonio Martinez Ocasio or better known as Bad Bunny’s career exploded when he put out his breakthrough single, Diles and since then, there has been no stopping him. He has gone on to win multiple awards and even worked with some of the industry’s biggest stars including, Cardi B and Becky G.
Bad Bunny came to prominence pretty quickly, finding huge fan base in Spanish speaking countries and is currently ruling the Latin trap scene. He has now hit the road as a part of his latest outing and will be trekking through different cities all across North America. So, book your Bad Bunny tickets from here if you want to party with him live.
Gaining some traction
Taking his inspirations from, Marc Anthony, Héctor Lavoe, Daddy Yankee and Vico C, Bad Bunny has always been interested in music. After studying audiovisual communication from the University of Puerto Rico, he began working as a bagger at a grocery store. During this time, he stated to record and put up music on SoundCloud. Out of the many songs he put out, Diles grabbed the attention of DJ Luian who immediately signed him to his label, Hear this Music. This track was officially released in 2016 and became a monstrous hit as it went quadruple times platinum in Latin America. It also featured appearances from popular Latino stars including, Ozuna, Farruko, Mambo Kingz, Arcángel, Ñengo Flow.
Bad Bunny then continued to drop many successful singles throughout 2016 including, Soy Peor, Caile, Prayer and Tu No Vive Así. The first track from the list landed at the nineteenth spot on the Hot Latin Songs chart and was certified platinum by the PROMUSICAE. He also filmed the music video of this track which collected more than six hundred and fifty million views on YouTube.
Making his way to the top
While he achieved a lot of fame and popularity in 2016, Bad Bunny garnered even more success in 2017. He started the year by releasing two consecutive platinum singles Me Llueven and No Te Hagas. The former contained guest verses from Poeta Callejero and Mark B while the latter featured an appearance from Jory Boy. He didn’t stop producing hits and dropped many more bangers including, Tu No Metes Cabra, Vuelev and Krippy Kush all of which were certified platinum by PROMUSICAE. In the same year, he dropped a collaborative single with J Balvin, Prince Royce, DJ Luian and Mambo Kingz entitled, Sensualidad which not only went triple platinum in Spain but also topped the charts in the country.
Bad Bunny was also seen being featured in multiple singles including, Mayores by Becky G. This track was certified twenty one times platinum in Latin America and also topped the charts in many countries including, Romania, Peru, Panama, Ecuador and Bolvia. In November of 2017, he became the host of Beats 1’s first Spanish language show, ‘Trap Kingz.’
Reaching for the skies
Bad Bunny’s career continued to progress further in 2018 as he kept on churning out addictive singles. He released his first single of the year in January with Natti Natasha titled, Amantes de una Noche which recorded double platinum sales in Latin America. He then followed it up by coming out with hits like, Solita, Amorfoda and Dime. Bunny also featured on a Cardi B song titled, I Like It which helped him gain recognition in the United States where this track sold more than five million copies. It also topped the Billboard Hot 100 and got nominated for a Grammy under the category for, ‘Record of the Year.’ In addition, the track made the Billboard’s list of the, ‘100 Best Songs of 2018.’
X 100pre and North American tour
On December 24, 2018, Bad Bunny finally released his long awaited debut studio album, ‘X 100pre.’ The album turned out to be a massive hit in the States and reached at the eleventh spot on the Billboard 200. It also collected positive reviews from Rolling Stone, The Guardian and Pitchfork and featured collaborative tracks with stars, Drake, El Alfa and Diplo.
Bad Bunny has now embarked on North American tour to promote, ‘X 100pre’ across the continent. He will be playing shows in multiple cities including, Dallas, Orlando, Estero, San Jose, Los Angeles and New York. So, if you want to catch him perform live then simply grab your Bad Bunny tickets early.
BAD BUNNY NEWS AND UPDATES
Bad Bunny extends 'X100PRE' tour
Bad Bunny Tour Dates 2020 & Concerts
Nothing beats the joy of watching your favorite music artist perform live! Bad Bunny's concert dates are out and fans are looking forward to the upcoming shows. The next concert will be held in San Juan at the Hiram Bithorn Stadium on 30-Oct-20, while the last available date is for the event scheduled for San Juan at the Hiram Bithorn Stadium on 31-Oct-20. For complete information regarding dates and venues, please visit our website.
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Bad Bunny Ticket Prices
The average price for Bad Bunny Tickets start from $0. The minimum get in price is $0 for Bad Bunny Tickets at the Hiram Bithorn Stadium, San Juan. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
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Q:Has Bad Bunny announced his tour dates?
A:Yes! The Puerto Rican hit maker Bad Bunny has announced his North American tour dates. He kicked off the tour in the continent by performing his first show in New York on March 1, 2020. From there, he went on to play plenty of shows in cities including Phoenix, Las Vegas and Houston. Bunny is still on tour and is yet to perform live in many more cities before he concludes the trek in September. So, if you are interested in catching him live in concert then buy your Bad Bunny tickets from our reliable brokers today.