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J Balvin announces 2024 European arena tour

The Colombian star will hit 20 arenas across the continent next year with his Que Bueno Volver a Verte tour

By Lisa Henderson on 29 Nov 2023

image © Wikimedia Commons/Jeff Pinilla

J Balvin aka ‘The Prince of Reggaeton’ has announced a 2024 European arena tour, Que Bueno Volver a Verte (How Good to See You Again).

The outing comes on the heels of the Colombian artist’s most recent summer festival circuit where he headlined multiple sold-out shows in Paris, Spain, Switzerland, Singapore, Australia and many more.

The Que Bueno Volver a Verte tour kicks off on 26 April at Festhalle in Frankfurt, Germany, before hitting 19 more arenas in Geneva, Zurich, Milan, Vienna, Berlin, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Oslo, Stockholm, Helinski, Kaunas, Cologne, Paris, Brussels, Esch, Barcelona, Madrid, and Lisbon, and wrapping on 5 June in London at The O2 Arena.

“I’m thrilled to take a completely new show, with new music on the road”

“Latino Gang – I can’t wait to see you! We’ve had so much fun together that we have to do it again!” says J Balvin. “I’m thrilled to take a completely new show, with new music on the road with the ‘Que Bueno Volver a Verte’ (Good To See You Again) tour abroad next year. We have something very special in store for you and I can’t wait to unveil the next chapter of music we’ve been working on.”

Balvin, represented by WME worldwide, is one of the best-selling Latin music artists, with sales of more than 35 million records worldwide.

The ‘Mi Gente’ singer has also made history as the first Latino artist to headline Lollapalooza and also the NFL kickoff concert.

April 26 – Frankfurt, Germany – Festhalle
April 28 – Geneva, Switzerland – Geneva Arena
April 30 – Zurich, Switzerland – Hallenstadion
May 1 – Milan, Italy – Mediolanum Forum
May 3 – Vienna, Austria – Stadenthalle
May 6 – Berlin, Germany – Mercedes Benz Arena
May 8 – Amsterdam, Netherlands – Ziggo Dome
May 10 – Copenhagen, Denmark – Royal Arena
May 12 – Oslo, Norway – Oslo Spektrum
May 14 – Stockholm, Sweden – Tele2
May 16 – Helinski, Finland – Ice Hall
May 18 – Kaunas, Lithuania – Zalgiris Arena
May 21– Cologne, Germany – Lanxess Arena
May 22 – Paris, France – Accor Arena
May 24 – Brussels, Belgium – ING Arena
May 25 – Esch, Luxembourg – Rockhal Arena
May 28 – Barcelona, Spain – Pavello Olimpic Badalona
May 31 – Madrid, Spain – Palacio Vistalegre
June 1 – Lisbon, Portugal – Passeio Maritimo Alges
June 5 – London, UK – The O2


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