Named after the group’s first single in nearly 10 years, the “Inmortal” tour grossed $25.8 million and sold 189,000 tickets, according to figures reported to Billboard Boxscore. That’s 15 shows between Feb. 5 and March 10, 2020.

Although the group has reunited multiple times since disbanding in 2011 (see timeline below), this is the “last and final” Aventura concert together, according to Santos on Instagram.

Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. ET on Wednesday via Ticketmaster.com.

Billboard can not confirm if fans who purchased tickets for the March 12 show will be able to use their tickets on Aug. 14. We have reached out to organizers for further comments but did not hear back at press time.

2014 – Yankee Stadium

In 2014, Henry, Max, and Lenny joined Romeo on the second night of his historic Yankee Stadium concert, becoming the first time the group shared the stage in four years.

2016 – United Palace Shows

They later kicked off what would be their “last shows together” with a four-date tour at the United Palace Theater in New York in February.

2019 – “Inmortal” Single & Billboard Latin Music Awards

Three years later, they released their first single in almost 10 years, coined “Inmortal” and part of Santos’ fourth studio album Utopia. The song entered Billboard’s Hot Latin Songs and Hot 100 charts. That same year, Aventura performed it live alongside Raulin Rodriguez and won tropical duo/group of the year at the Billboard Latin Music Awards.

2019 – MetLife Stadium

The group later joined forces at Romeo’s “Utopia” concert at the MetLife Stadium, where they performed some of their biggest hits including “Obsession” alongside Cardi B.

2020 – Inmortal Tour

Aventura announced their reunion tour “Inmortal” with more than 30 confirmed dates across the U.S. and Canada. The tour kicked off on February 5 at The Forum in Inglewood and came to an end on March 10 at the former AmericanAirlines Arena in Miami due to the global pandemic.

2020 – Virtual Concert

In the midst of the quarantine lockdown, Aventura blessed fans with a nearly one-hour virtual concert via Bud Light Seltzer Sessions.





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