Karol G

Karol G will embark on her first-ever U.S. headlining tour this fall, calling it the “most exciting show” of her entire career. Dubbed “Bichota Tour,” after her unapologetic and empowering single, Karol kicks off her monthlong tour Oct. 20 in Denver’s Mission Ballroom. She’ll make pit stops in Los Angeles, New York, Atlanta and Miami before wrapping up in San Juan’s Coliseo de Puerto Rico. “Bichota Tour” — where Karol will perform hits off of her most recent album, KG0516 — is presented by Smirnoff, produced by AEG Presents, and booked by UTA. Tickets are already on sale via karolgmusic.com.

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Rauw Alejandro

After the success of “Todo de Ti” on social media and with his upcoming album Vice Versa, Rauw Alejandro is ready to hit the road. With more than 50 dates confirmed, the Puerto Rican artist is “crazy to sing all of these songs lives,” he tells Billboard.  The tour kicks off July 15 in Raleigh, N.C., and wrap up on Jan. 15 in Los Angeles. In between, Rauw will make stops in New Jersey, Las Vegas, Texas and even back-to-back dates in Spain. “It’s going to be a long ride but we’re ready, my team is ready, to give everything on stage.” Tickets are already on sale via RauwAlejandro.com.

Marco Antonio Solis y Los Bukis

Slated for Aug. 27 at the SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, Sept. 4 at Soldier Field in Chicago, and Sept. 15 at AT&T Stadium in Dallas, the limited-run tour is titled “Una Historia Cantada (A Sung History).” It will put Marco Antonio Solís onstage with his bandmates for the first time in 25 years. In addition to his Los Bukis dates, Solís will also perform two solo dates this year, Sept. 10 and 11 at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. Those dates are part of several that were postponed due to the pandemic.

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