Get ready to see Maluma in all its glory.
On Monday, the Colombian star announced the United States leg of his Don Juan World Tour, which will kick off on August 31 in Sacramento, California.
During the 30-city tour, the “ADMV” singer 29 will stop in major cities such as Los Angeles, New York, and Boston, and conclude on November 4 in Miami.
“I’m so excited to be returning to the arenas in the US this fall. I took a year off from touring to focus on perfecting what I think is the best album of my career. Don Juan,” he said in a press release.
“I look forward to performing the new songs from the album for the first time for my fans alongside my biggest hits in what I consider to be my most ambitious concert production ever,” he added. “I’ve been waiting to give my fans a unique music and concert experience, and I expect the Don Juan USA Tour to be an exciting experience they will never forget!”
Maluma also announced the news with a parody video on Instagram revealing who Hugh Hefner’s “Don Juan” (Maluma’s alter ego) is.
Pre-sale for the shows begins at 10:00 EST on Thursday, and general ticket sales begin Friday at 10:00 EST at www.cmnevents.com..
Maluma last toured the US in 2022 for the Papi Juancho Maluma World Tour in support of the 2020 album. Papi Juanco. He has since released #7DJ and Love and Sex Tapes.
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In December, he shared a video that pays homage to “Papi Juancho”, a nickname he adopted and named for his 2020 album. While writing that it was time to say goodbye to Papi Juancho “forever”, he also introduced a new person named “Don Juan”. The move has convinced fans that a new album is on the way, but a release date has yet to be announced.
Earlier this month, the singer joined Spotify’s Billions Club for songs that have been streamed 1 billion times. Maluma achieved this feat with his song “Hawái”.
See the Don Juan World Tour dates below:
Thursday, August 31: Sacramento, CA – Golden 1 Center
Saturday, September 2: Portland, OR – Moda Center
Sunday, September 3: Seattle, WA – Climate Commitment Arena
Wednesday, September 6: San Jose, CA – SAP Center
Saturday, September 9: Los Angeles, CA – Kia Forum
Sunday, September 10: Phoenix, AZ – Footprint Center
Wednesday, September 13: Las Vegas, NV – Grand Garden Arena
Friday, September 15: Ontario, CA – Toyota Arena
Saturday, September 16: San Diego, CA – Pechanga Arena
Thursday, September 21: San Antonio, Texas – AT&T Headquarters
Friday, September 22 Hidalgo, Texas – Payne Arena
Sunday, September 24: El Paso, Texas – UTEP (Don Haskins)
Friday, September 29: Austin, TX – HEB Center
Saturday, September 30 Dallas, Texas – American Airlines Center
Sunday, October 1 Houston, Texas – Smart Financial Center
Thursday, October 5: Belmont Park, NY – UBS Arena
Friday, October 6: New York, NY – Madison Square Garden
Saturday, October 7: Uncasville, CT – Mohegan Sun Arena
Sunday, October 8: Newark, NJ – Prudential Center
Thursday, October 12: Chicago, IL – Allstate Arena
Saturday, October 14: Reading, PA – Santander Arena
Sunday, October 15: Boston, MA – Agganis Arena
Thursday, October 19: Washington, DC – Capital One Arena
Saturday, October 21: Charlotte, NC – Spectrum Center
Sunday, October 22: Atlanta, GA – StateFarm Arena
Thursday, October 26 New Orleans, LA – Smoothie King Center
Saturday, October 28 Tampa, FL – Amalie Arena
Sunday, October 29 Fort Myers, FL – Hertz Arena
Friday, November 3 Orlando, FL – Amway Center
Saturday, November 4 Miami, FL – Kaseya Center