Bad Bunny is bringing his MOST WANTED tour to Philly in 2024 - WXPN | Vinyl At Heart

Three-time Grammy winner Bad Bunny made an appearance on SNL this weekend as both host and musical guest; it’s only amplifying the excitement for his 2024 world tour, which will be making a stop at Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center on April 19.

Following up on the immense success of his sixth album, Un Verano Tin Si, Bad Bunny returned with his seventh album, just over a year later. Nadie sabe lo que va a pasar mañana, released on Friday October 13th, is a twenty-two-track record featuring singles “WHERE SHE GOES” and “UN PREVIEW.” Bad Bunny made history with this release, as it became the most-streamed album in a single day on Spotify. The album has garnered over 900 million streams, and its lead track, “MONACO,” reached #1 in 16 countries on Spotify.

The album includes several collaborations, marking Bad Bunny’s first-time work with artists like Young Miko, Feid, YOVNGCHIMI, and De La Ghetto. Additionally, he reunites with familiar faces like Bryant Myers and Mora, who were featured on his previous record. Bad Bunny has also collaborated with Eladio Carrion, Laur La L, Arcángel, and Nengo Flow, in the past, all of whom make appearances on the new album. While there hasn’t been an official announcement regarding the opening acts for this tour, it’s likely that at least one or two of these featured artists will join him on stage.

In addition to Philadelphia, Bad Bunny will be visiting other Northeastern cities, including Washington, D.C., Boston, Hartford, and a three-night stint in New York City. The four-month tour kicks off in Salt Lake City on February 21 and covers both coasts of the U.S., concluding with three-nights in Miami — fitting, as he is the most-streamed artist in the city this year.

Bad Bunny is taking this tour very seriously. His announcement poster features statements emphasizing that he intends to create a more intimate and exclusive experience for his fans, bluntly stating, “If you’re not a true fan, don’t come.” He’s promising to keep it “Solamente Trap” (which translates to “Only Trap”), indicating a tour focused on his original trap-heavy sound that launched his career while not compromising the stage presence he is renowned for. The genre shift is even more evident with the release of the new record, drawing inspiration from his early work deeply rooted in Latin trap, departing from the reggaeton, slight cumbia, and pop sounds heard in his previous record.

Explore Bad Bunny’s discography in the playlist below, and watch him on SNL from this past weekend. Tickets for his Wells Fargo Center show go on sale Wednesday, October 25th, at 10 a.m. Details at WXPN’s Concerts and Events page.

Bad Bunny - Monaco
Bad Bunny - MONACO (live on SNL)
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