“I expect the Don Juan U.S. Tour to be an exhilarating experience that they’ll never forget!” he said in a statement.
Maluma has added a new North American leg to his ongoing “Don Juan World Tour,” and tickets to the 30-city live trek are looming ahead of its early September start date.
How can I get tickets to Maluma’s Don Juan tour?
Maluma will kick off his Don Juan tour in Spain on June 16, 2023.
Tickets for the upcoming shows are on sale now and can be purchased directly on his website or through Ticketnetwork.
Where is Maluma performing?
Maluma’s international tour stops include:
- June 16 at Monte Do Gozo (Santiago de Compostela, Spain)
- June 18 at Ushuaia (Ibiza, Spain)
- June 23 at Viva Latino Festival (Vienne, France)
- June 24 at the Trapeton Summer Bash Festival (Basilea, Switzerland)
- July 1 at the Puro Latino Fest (Sevilla, Spain)
- July 2 at Ushuaia (Ibiza, Spain)
- July 5 at the Villa Bellini Fest (Catania, Italy)
- July 7 at the Weekend Beach Festival Torre del Mar (Málaga, Spain)
- July 8 at the Granca Live Fest (Gran Canaria, Spain)
- July 11 at the Montreaux Jazz Festival (Montreux, Switzerland)
- July 12 at Rock in Roma (Rome, Italy)
- July 14 at the Trapeton Summer Bash Fest (Gdansk, Poland)
- July 16 at the Brutal Fest (Napoli, Italy)
Maluma’s North American tour stops include:
- August 31 at Golden 1 Center (Sacramento, CA)
- September 2 at Moda Center (Portland, OR)
- September 3 at Climate Pledge Arena (Seattle, WA)
- September 6 at SAP Center at San Jose (San Jose, CA)
- September 9 at Kia Forum (Inglewood, CA)
- September 10 at Footprint Center (Phoenix, AZ)
- September 15 at Toyota Arena (Ontario, Canada)
- September 21 at AT&T Center (San Antonio, TX)
- September 22 at Payne Arena (Hidalgo, TX)
- September 24 at Don Haskins Center (El Paso, TX)
- September 29 at H-E-B Center at Cedar Park (Cedar Park, TX)
- September 30 at American Airlines Center (Dallas, TX)
- October 5 at UBS Arena (Long Island, NY)
- October 6 at Madison Square Garden (New York, NY)
- October 7 at Mohegan Sun Arena (Uncasville, CT)
- October 8 at Prudential Center (Newark, NJ)
- October 12 at Allstate Arena (Rosemont, IL)
- October 14 at The Santander Arena (Reading, PA)
- October 15 at Agganis Arena (Boston, MA)
- October 19 at Capital One Arena (Washington, DC)
- October 21 at Spectrum Center (Charlotte, NC)
- October 22 at State Farm Arena (Atlanta, GA)
- October 26 at Smoothie King Center (New Orleans, LA)
- October 28 at Amalie Arena (Tampa, FL)
- October 29 at Hertz Arena (Estero, FL)
- November 3 at Amway Center (Orlando, FL)
- November 4 at Kaseya Center-formerly Miami-Dade Arena (Miami, FL)
Why did Maluma name his tour Don Juan?
Maluma took a year off from touring to focus on his music, but now he’s back and ready to give fans an “experience that they’ll never forget.”
No opener or supporting act has been specified for Maluma’s “Don Juan World Tour.” Do we even dare to hope for an appearance by his past collaborators like The Weeknd or Madonna? How about one-time Marry Me co-star Jennifer Lopez?
How Can I Get Tickets for Maluma’s 2023 Tour?
Tickets are available via StubHub, where orders are 100% guaranteed through StubHub’s FanProtect program. StubHub is a secondary market ticketing platform, and prices may be higher or lower than face value, depending on demand.
The announcement for the tour was a cheeky video of Hugh Hefner, the late founder of Playboy Magazine, who shared the news of the “Felices Los 4” singer’s tour via a hilarious Spanish voice-over parody.
“I took a year off from touring to focus on perfecting what I feel is the best album of my career, Don Juan,” said Maluma via press release. “I can’t wait to perform the new songs from the album for my fans for the very first time, alongside my greatest hits, in what I consider to be my most ambitious concert production yet.”
The tour, which shares a name with Maluma’s upcoming album, will kick off in Sacramento, CA, on Aug. 31. From there, the tour will visit prestigious arenas such as The Forum in Los Angeles (Sep. 9), Madison Square Garden in New York (Oct 6), and the Kaseya Center in Miami (Nov. 4).
He went on to reveal that the tour is named after his upcoming album.
“I took a year off from touring to focus on perfecting what I feel is the best album of my career, Don Juan,” he continued.
“I can’t wait to perform the new songs from the album for my fans for the very first time alongside my greatest hits in what I consider to be my most ambitious concert production yet.
“I’ve waited to give my fans a music and concert experience unlike any other and I expect the Don Juan U.S. Tour to be an exhilarating experience that they’ll never forget!”
The Don Juan tour follows his successful Papi Juancho World Tour, which grossed over $24.5million, according to Billboard.