Latin Music Concerts Tickets | Schedule 2024/2025

Latin Music Concerts Info

Latin Music Concerts

As the name suggests, Latin music originates from Latin countries, cements an epic element of excitement. The current Latin music scene is generally associated with regions of the world where the dominant languages are Spanish and Portuguese.

Latin music is technically an umbrella term that covers a wide variety of unique subgenres. Some famous examples would be samba (Brazil), tango (Argentina and Uruguay), bachata (Dominican Republic), reggaeton (Puerto Rico, Panama, and Jamaica), cumbia (Colombia), salsa (Cuba), corrido (Mexico), and mambo (Cuba).

The advent of musicians like Pitbull, Shakira, Jennifer Lopez, Selena, and Enrique Iglesias has propelled Latin music to new levels of fame in the mainstream media. Here are a few popular recommendations of Latin music concerts happening throughout the US.

Time to Get Your Groove On

Winning a Grammy and being nominated for it five times, Ricardo Arjona has made a strong impact in the world of Latin American music. His "Circo Soledad" tour was received exceptionally well in the Latin music community. Additionally, "Hecho A La Antigua" became the most-watched streamed concert in Latin American history. "Blanco Y Negro" or Black and White is his current album that will hit the stages this coming year.

Some of the venues he will perform at include Talking Stick Resort Arena (Phoenix, Arizona) and Tucson Music Hall (Tucson, Arizona). Also, La Hacienda Event Center (Midland, Texas), Don Haskins Center (El Paso, Texas), Sames Auto Arena (Laredo, Texas), Bojangles Coliseum (Charlotte, North Carolina) and more.

Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio is a Puerto Rican singer and songwriter. Better known by his stage name Bad Bunny, he has made waves in the Latin American music space. He has garnered a substantial worldwide audience by collaborating with hip hop giants like Drake (MÍA) and Cardi B (I Like It).

A flamboyant sense of style and his generational artistic talent have made him one of the biggest names in Latin American hip hop. Diles (2016), Caile (2016), Crazy But Millionaire (2017), Do not Go Goat (2017), It Kills Me (2017), and Blockia (2017) are some of the hits he has released over the years.

Some of the venues he will be performing at this upcoming year are the Ball Arena (Denver, Colorado) and Don Haskins Center (El Paso, Texas). Even the Payne Arena (Hidalgo, Texas) and American Airlines Center (Dallas, Texas) are on the list. From hip hop to salsa, the Latin American scene has a lot of experiences to offer you. Check our extensive list of Latin music concerts to book a ticket to an event of your choice.

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