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Latin superstar Bad Bunny bringing World’s Hottest Tour to Chase Field in Phoenix

Jan 24, 2022, 2:00 PM
(Photo by Gladys Vega/ Getty Images)...
(Photo by Gladys Vega/ Getty Images)
(Photo by Gladys Vega/ Getty Images)

PHOENIX — Fans of Latin superstar Bad Bunny will have not one, but two opportunities to see him in a downtown Phoenix sports stadium this year.

The Puerto Rican singer will perform Sept. 28 at Chase Field, home of the Arizona Diamondbacks, as part of the World’s Hottest Tour.

DJ and record producer Alesso will join Bad Bunny on the 30-stop stadium tour.

Presale tickets are available at noon on Wednesday. General public ticket sales open Friday at noon.

“Bad Bunny is an international superstar and we are excited to showcase his talents while creating a memorable experience for fans at Chase Field,” D-backs President and CEO Derrick Hall said in a press release.

The Grammy Award winner is first scheduled to perform in downtown Phoenix on March 6 at Footprint Center for the El Ultimo Tour del Mundo.

Prior to 2022, Bad Bunny had performed twice in Phoenix, according to setlist.fm.

The first was in March 2018 at Comerica Theatre, which has since been renamed Arizona Federal Theatre.

He most recently hosted a show at Talking Stick Resort Arena, now Footprint Center, in November 2019.

Bad Bunny, Spotify’s most-streamed artist for each of the past two years, has produced four studio albums and has had 42 songs appear on the Billboard Hot 100.

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Latin superstar Bad Bunny bringing World’s Hottest Tour to Chase Field in Phoenix