Where to buy Bad Bunny tour tickets?

POP superstar Bad Bunny floored fans when he announced his 2022 tour on Monday, April 12 after his WrestleMania 37 win.

Here's how you can get tickets to see the man himself live in action…

Where to buy Bad Bunny tour tickets?

Bad Bunny has not yet confirmed where exactly tickets will be sold. Often tickets for major concerts like these are sold through Ticketmaster.

Bad Bunny also has his own Tour merch website which could be worth keeping an eye on.

We do know, however, that tickets go on sale on April 16 at 12 pm. 

The dates for the tour range from February to April 2022 across North America – we don't know yet whether a European leg has been planned.

Bunny will be performing in Washington, DC, Phoenix, Las Vegas, San Jose, Seattle, Portland, Englewood, Los Angeles, San Diego, Dallas, Houston, Hidalgo, El Paso, Denver, Rosemont, Villaldivia, Newark, Brooklyn, Boston, Charlotte Atlanta, Orlando and Miami.

How much will they cost?

At present, Bunny has not announced how much the tickets will cost.

But his loyal fans seem willing to see him perform at any cost.

One wrote on Twitter: "All im saying is if i gotta spend 1,000 on a bad bunny concert i will…"


Another posted: "bad bunny can take all my money".

When did Bad Bunny announce his tour?

Bunny announced the tour on Monday, April 12, following his WrestleMania debut.

The recording artist featured on night one of Mania 37 in Tampa, Florida

Bad Bunny ended up pinning former WWE champion The Miz, to win the match and the announcement video rolled after his fight.

The video features WWE star Triple H.

Who is Bad Bunny?

Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio, better known by his stage name Bad Bunny, is a Puerto Rican reggeaton artist.

He has collaborated with artists including J Balvin, Ozuna, Farruko, El Alfa, Arcángel and Daddy Yankee.

Bad Bunny, 26, has released three studio albums: X 100pre (2018) and YHLQMDLG (2020), El Ultimo Tour Del Mundo, plus a joint album with J Balvin titled Oasis.

His biggest tracks include, Yo Perreo Sola, La Romana, Ignorantes, La Noche De Anoche, all of which are sung in Spanish.

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