Bad Bunny is nothing short of phenomenal. The last time I had the privilege of witnessing this international megastar’s live performance was at WrestleMania 37. On that memorable night, Bad Bunny made a grand entrance in true WrestleMania fashion, arriving in an 18-wheeler. He executed flawless moves like the gravity-defying cross body, an impressive falcon arrow, and a pitch-perfect Canadian Destroyer, ultimately achieving victory. Bad Bunny further dazzled with a breathtaking 5-star performance when WWE brought WrestleMania Backlash to San Juan, Puerto Rico earlier in 2023. If you haven’t yet seen the incredible drone video of his entrance, I highly recommend you do so – it’s a must-see. Personally, I often kick off my long runs here in Tampa with that video. The artist is all set to perform live at downtown Tampa’s Amalie Arena on May 21.
Ticket registration is currently open and will remain so until Sunday, 10/22 at 11:59 pm EST. The year 2023 brought us Taylor Swift, Lana Del Rey, and Beyonce, and now in 2024, we have the privilege of experiencing Billy Joel, Sting, and Bad Bunny. Tampa is undoubtedly a fantastic place for music enthusiasts.
The primary promotional image for Bad Bunny’s Most Wanted Tour features a vintage photograph of the artist from his earlier days as a prominent figure in the trap music scene. This captivating image is complemented by a poignant quote, emphasizing the unpredictability of the future and the importance of seizing the present moment.
The tour, jointly produced by Live Nation and Bad Bunny’s label, Rimas, is set to kick off on February 21 at Utah’s Delta Center. From there, Bad Bunny’s tour will journey to various cities, including Las Vegas, Phoenix, San Francisco, and Los Angeles, ultimately concluding on May 26 in Miami, right after his performance in Tampa.