Here Are All the Tours You Can’t Miss in 2023

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What’s a new year’s resolution list without catching a live show by our favorite Latine artists on it? Though it seems impossible to surpass last year’s memorable tours, such as Bad Bunny’s World’s Hottest Tour and Karol G’s steamy $trip Love Tour, the already announced tours for this year will surely make 2023 just as epic. 

We ended 2022 with exciting tour announcements, such as Rauw Alejandro’s joint tour with JABBAWOCKEEZ and a rumored RBD reunion tour, but there’s much more to look forward to as artists roll out their tour announcements. With that being said, here’s an ongoing list of all the Latine tours that you can’t miss in 2023.

Maná (Feb. 10 to Dec. 1) – The Mexican rock stars are back at it again. They’re set to take their new México Lindo y Querido Tour throughout the U.S., hitting up major cities like Los Angeles, Miami, Chicago, and Las Vegas. The band recently expanded their tour, adding cities like Austin and Philadelphia for their first-ever headlining shows.

Banda MS (Feb. 24 to Dec. 2) – The Mexican banda group is celebrating its 20 years of musical trajectory with a tour in Mexico and the U.S. In this tour, the popular band will travel to cities like Nashville, Chicago, Los Angeles, and Houston before ending their tour in Fort Myers.

Grupo Frontera (Apr. 20 to Nov. 25) – The emerging norteño group is embarking on their El Comienzo tour. They will present their music in major cities like Las Vegas, NV; San Diego, CA; El Paso, TX; Atlanta, GA; and Los Angeles, CA.

Intocable (May 26 to Nov. 25) – The emblematic Regional Mexican band is back with their Evolución tour. The tour will start in Seattle, WA, and stop in cities like San Diego, CA; Las Vegas, NV; Los Angeles, CA; and Hidalgo, TX.

Fuerza Regida (July 7 to Nov. 25) – The regional Mexican music group is taking their concert party across the U.S. On their upcoming Otra Peda Tour, Fuerza Regida will hit major cities like Los Angeles, Houston, Chicago, and Las Vegas, before wrapping it up in Anaheim.

Pepe Aguilar (July 21 to Nov. 25) – The iconic Mexican singer is performing on selected solo dates throughout 2023. He’s performing in cities like Fresno, New York City, Austin, and Portland. This year, he’s also performing with his children Ángela, Leonardo, and Antonio on their Jaripeo Sin Fronteras tour.

Luis Miguel (Aug. 3 to Dec. 17) – El Sol de México finally released the highly-anticipated dates for his upcoming tour throughout the U.S. and Latin America. The global 43-city tour will grace the stages of Argentina, Chile, the U.S., and Mexico.

RBD (Aug. 25 to Dec. 1) – The iconic pop group officially confirmed their long-awaited comeback with a final tour. RBD is back with their Soy Rebelde Tour 2023 and is set to perform in arenas and stadiums across the US, Brazil, and Mexico. The five confirmed members will start in El Paso, TX, and play their final show in Mexico City.

Panteón Rococó (Sep. 3 to Dec. 30) – The emblematic Mexican ska group is making its way through the U.S. Featured tour stops include performances in Atlanta, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, and more cities.

Sin Bandera (Sep. 7 to Dec. 9) – Sin Bandera is celebrating their 20 years of hits. Their Frecuencia Tour includes cities like Laredo, El Paso, Inglewood, Nashville, New York, and more.


Deorro (Sept. 15 to Dec. 14) – The Mexican-American DJ and producer is closing his year with his Carta de Amor Tour. He will hit cities like Las Vegas, Fresno, Dallas, Orlando, and Los Angeles.

Jhayco (Sep. 28 to Dec. 10) – The Puerto Rican reggaeton singer is embarking on his Vida Rockstar Tour this fall. The upcoming 16-city trek includes stops in Boston, Chicago, San Antonio, Los Angeles, and Miami.

Marca MP (Oct. 6 to Mar. 9) – The bicultural regional Mexican group is performing live in 11 cities throughout the U.S. The new trek includes Atlanta, El Paso, Palm Desert, and more cities.

Myke Towers (Oct. 8 to Nov. 26) – The Puerto Rican rapper is back with his La Vida Es Una Tour. The highly-anticipated 21-city tour will stop in Chicago, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, El Paso, Miami, and many more cities.

Rawayana (Oct. 11 to Nov. 24) – The Venezuelan band is currently on their world tour. Their U.S. leg starts in St. Petersburg, FL, on Oct. 11 and will wrap up in Puerto Rico on Nov. 25.

El Tri (Oct. 11 to Feb. 18) – The iconic Mexican rock band is celebrating its 55th anniversary with a tour across the U.S. El Tri will perform in cities like Seattle, Houston, Anaheim, Las Vegas, and Phoenix, to name a few.

El Alfa (Oct. 12 to Dec. 15) – The Dominican powerhouse is bringing his signature dembow to the U.S. His La Leyenda del Dembow Tour will kick off in Houston, TX, on Oct. 12 and will continue to major cities like Los Angeles, New York, and Miami before wrapping up in Chicago, IL, on Dec. 15.

Justin Quiles (Oct. 12 to Dec. 17) – The Puerto Rican-American reggaeton artist is embarking on his Niveles Tour in Laredo, TX, on Oct. 12. The tour will take him to Los Angeles, Chicago, and New York, before wrapping up in New Jersey on Dec. 17.

The Trilogy Tour (Oct. 14 to Dec. 10) – Ricky Martin, Enrique Iglesias, and Pitbull will join forces for The Trilogy Tour this year. The highly-anticipated tour will start in Washington, DC, on Oct. 14 and end in Vancouver, BC, on Dec. 10.

Café Tacvba (Oct. 14 to Dec. 1) – The iconic Mexican alternative rock band is ending their 2023 with a tour. They will perform in cities like Miami, Atlanta, Nashville, Charlotte, and Porterville.

DannyLux (Nov. 11 to Dec. 3) – The Mexican-American singer-songwriter is going to the East Coast to end the year on a high note. He will perform in cities like Atlanta, Nashville, New York, and more.

Mariah Carey (Nov. 15 to Dec. 17) – The iconic singer is going on a holiday tour. Her Merry Christmas One And All! Tour will reach venues in Los Angeles, CA; Denver, CO; Chicago, IL; New York, NY; and more.

Mariachi Sol de México (Nov. 18 to Dec. 23) – The Latin Grammy-nominated Maestro José Hernández and his world-renowned Mariachi Sol de México are going on their annual Christmas tour. They will hit cities like San Jose and San Francisco, CA, Seattle, WA, and more.

Mora (Nov. 24 to Dec. 10) – The Puerto Rican star is coming to the U.S. at the end of the year. He will embark on the U.S. leg of his ESTELA TOUR 2023 in Orlando, FL, on Nov. 24. The tour will take him to venues in San Diego, Atlanta, Houston, and more cities.

Aterciopelados (Nov. 27 to Dec. 9) – The iconic Colombian duo is back on the road with their El Dorado US Tour. Aterciopelados will perform in cities like Seattle, Portland, Los Angeles, Chicago, New York, and more nationwide.

Concluded Tours:

Ivan Cornejo (Jan. 31 to Feb. 17) – The Regional Mexican Gen Z artist is debuting his live performance this month. He’s taking his Dañado Tour to cities like Los Angeles, San Diego, El Paso, and  Dallas.

Danny Ocean (Feb. 2 to 26) – The Venezuelan singer-songwriter is hitting the U.S. starting in San Francisco, CA, on Feb. 2 and wrapping up in Miami, FL, on the 26. 

90’s Pop Tour (Feb. 17 to 25) – The 90’s Pop Tour is coming to the U.S.! The tour features Magneto, Kabah, JNS, Benny Ibarra, Sentidos Opuestos, Erik Rubin, and Lynda. It will make stops in Los Angeles, CA, on Feb. 17; Bakersfield, CA, on Feb. 18; San Jose, CA, on Feb. 19; Irving, TX, on Feb. 24; and Chicago, IL, on Feb. 25.

Kenia Os (Feb. 22 to Mar. 26) – The Mexican mega pop star will be touring the U.S. for the first time with her K23 Tour. She recently added four new dates to her now 19-city tour schedule: Atlanta, GA; Charlotte, NC; Orlando, FL; and Miami, FL.

Los Tigres del Norte (Feb. 24 to Apr. 29) – The iconic norteño band will embark on their Siempre Contigo Tour on Feb. 24, starting in Chesterfield, MO, and ending on Apr. 29 in Anaheim, CA.

Enjambre (Feb. 25 to Mar. 12) – One of the most recognized Mexican-American bands, Enjambre, is touring the U.S. this year. They are visiting major cities like Manhattan, NY, Chicago, IL, Seattle, WA, and El Paso, TX.

iLe (Mar. 3 to Mar. 23) – The Puerto Rican singer, composer, and vocalist is set to tour in March. She will perform in selected cities such as Washington, DC, New York, NY, Chicago, IL, Los Angeles, CA, and Austin, TX.

OV7 (Mar. 2 to 26) – The Mexican pop group OV7 is celebrating their 30 years together on tour. The OV7 Treinta Años Tour will stop in cities like San Antonio and El Paso, TX, Las Vegas, NV, and New York, NY.

Ibeyi (Mar. 10 to Apr. 2) – For the first time ever, the French-Cuban twin sisters are performing with a live band in major cities like Seattle, Chicago, Brooklyn, Atlanta, and Miami on their Spell 31 Tour.

Los Ángeles Azules (Mar. 11 to Apr. 2) – The Mexican cumbia group are still on their De Iztapalapa Para El Mundo Tour. This year it will start in Oakland, CA, on Mar. 11 and wrap up in Nashville, TN, on Apr. 2.

Caloncho (Mar. 22 to Apr. 3) – Caloncho is visiting 10 US cities this year, starting with Tucson, Arizona, and wrapping up in San Antonio, Texas.

Pierce The Veil (Mar. 27 to Apr. 9) – After nearly a decade, Pierce The Veil will be performing in Latin America, presenting their fifth album, The Jaws of Life. Their upcoming tour includes Mexico, Colombia, Chile, Brazil, and the U.S. Their U.S. leg–or better known as The Creative Control Tour– is alongside The Used, and other special guests.

Kim Loaiza & JD Pantoja (Mar. 31 to Apr. 15) – Loaiza and Pantoja will share stages for special dates in the U.S. They will perform their Bye Bye Tour in Chicago, IL, on Mar. 31; New York, NY, on Apr. 1; Houston, TX, on Apr. 13; and Los Angeles, CA on Apr.15.

Girl Ultra (Apr. 6 to 16) – The Mexican R&B artist will be joined by Mexican singer Foudeqush, and Tijuana-originated band Mint Field on a month-long U.S. tour this spring. They will start in San Antonio, TX, and make their way to Berkeley, CA.

BRATTY (Apr. 12 to Apr. 30) – Along with the release of her newest body of work, Es Mi Fiesta Y Si Quiero Hago Un EP, the Mexican artist is going on tour during the month of Apr. Besides Coachella, her upcoming tour will reach cities like Oakland, Los Angeles, Phoenix, El Paso, and Austin.

Tei Shi (Apr. 13 to 26) – Besides supporting Kimbra on tour, the Colombian-Canadian singer-songwriter will also go on a solo tour to promote her upcoming BAD PREMONITION EP this year. She’s set to start her North American tour on Apr. 13 in New York City and wrap it up in San Francisco, CA.

Los Bitchos (Apr. 14 to May 2) – The UK-based indie cumbia-inspired band unveiled their U.S. tour dates. The tour includes stops in San Diego, CA, Coachella, Las Vegas, NV, and New York, NY.

Rauw Alejandro & JABBAWOCKEEZ (Mar. 4 to May 6) – During last year’s Latin Grammys, these two acts gave us a taste of their collaborative abilities. And this year, they will show us more of it with a world tour that’ll take us into Rauw’s Saturno Tour.

Kinky (Apr. 29 to May 6) – Kinky, known for very energetic shows, is going on their Fierro U.S. Tour starting Apr. 29. The band formed in Monterrey, Mexico, will play in selected cities like San Diego and Los Angeles, CA; Houston, TX; and Chicago, IL.

Jackie Mendoza (Mar. 16 to May 8) – The California-based singer-songwriter is not only releasing her debut album Galaxia de Emociones this spring, but she’s also bringing the songs to life for her fans. The upcoming tour includes performances in Austin, TX; Los Angeles, CA; Philadelphia, PA; Brooklyn, NY; and Chicago, IL.

Isabella Lovestory (Mar. 16 to May 10) – The Honduran artist is going on tour in the U.S. to promote her new music and her latest album Amor Hardcore. She will start her U.S. leg at SXSW and continue to perform in cities like San Diego, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Houston, and Atlanta. She will then continue onto Canada and Europe.

Tim Bernardes (May 4 to 17) – The Brazilian songwriter recently revealed he’s coming back to the U.S. for a solo month-long tour. He will perform in major cities like New York, NY; Washington, DC; Chicago, IL; and Los Angeles, CA.

Snow Tha Product (Mar. 30 to May 19) – Snow Tha Product revealed her highly-anticipated nationwide “The Quince I Never Had” tour. The upcoming tour consists of 32 cities, with stops in major cities like Seattle, WA; Chicago, IL; New York, NY; and Las Vegas, NV.

Rebecca Black (May 4 to 20) – Rebecca Black is back with her debut album and her Let Her Burn North American Tour! The pop artist will be starting her tour at The Sinclair in Boston, MA, on May 4, and finalize it at El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles, CA, on May 20.

Rico Nasty (Apr. 16 to May 27) – Rico Nasty is currently on her North American tour. It will hit major cities like Brooklyn, Houston, Las Vegas, and Los Angeles before wrapping up in Cincinnati.

Ha*Ash (Apr. 7 to May 28) – The Mexican sister duo is celebrating their 20 years of career with a new U.S. tour. The new Mi Salida Contigo Tour will begin on Apr. 7 in Miami, FL, and will make its way through cities like Atlanta, Houston, El Paso, and Phoenix before concluding on May 28 in Stockton, CA.

Anuel AA (Apr. 28 to May 28) – Anuel’s Legends Never Die Tour is finally set to happen this year. Major cities include Miami, FL, Los Angeles, CA, Chicago, IL, and New York, NY.

Los Farmerz (May 12 to 28) – Rancho Humilde’s Regional Mexican group Los Farmerz is touring this spring. Their tour dates include Oklahoma City, OK; Clements, CA; and Philadelphia, PA.

Mariachi Vargas De Tecalitlán (Apr. 14 to May 28) – The popular Mexican folk mariachi group will embark on their Mexicano Desde La Raíz World Tour this Apr. Tour stops cover: Los Angeles and San Diego, CA, Washington, DC, and more.

Duki (May 17 to May 29) – The Argentine rapper and singer is bringing his energy to five selected shows in the U.S. He will perform in New York on May 17, Miami on May 19, Chicago on May 25, Los Angeles on May 28, and San Diego on May 29.

León Larregui (May 1 to 30) – The Mexican alternative rock artist is back with new music and a month-long U.S. tour called “Prismarama.” During this upcoming 16-city round, he will perform in Los Angeles, CA, Las Vegas, NV, New York, NY, and Chicago, IL, among other locations.

Ana Gabriel (Feb. 16 to June 3) – Ana Gabriel’s Por Amor A Ustedes Tour will start in San Jose, CA, on Feb. 16 and end in Miami, FL, on Jun. 3. Other tour stops include Los Angeles, CA, Austin, TX, Atlanta, GA, and Chicago, IL.

Blessd (May 6 to June 16) – The emerging Colombian singer-songwriter is set to perform in the U.S. during May and June. He will start his “Blessd Corner North American Tour” in Atlanta, GA, and will wrap it up in Chicago, IL.

Feid (Apr. 20 to June 18) – The rising Colombian star is returning to North America with his quickly selling-out his 33-city Ferxxo Nitro Jam Underground Tour. The tour will start on Apr. 20 in Seattle, WA, and wrap up in Miami, FL, on June 18.

Fonseca (June 3 to 18) – The Colombian singer is embarking on his Viajante Tour, which will span through the U.S. and Europe this summer. During this anticipated U.S. leg, Fonseca will visit popular cities like Houston, New York, Chicago, Atlanta, and Miami.

Rodrigo y Gabriela (May 18 to June 19) – The Grammy award-winning duo Rodrigo y Gabriela are back with a new album, In Between Thoughts… A New World. With the new album, they announced their upcoming tour that’ll make its way through Texas, Arizona, California, Oregon, and Massachusetts.

Grupo Arriesgado (Mar. 17 to June 24) – The young Sinaloan regional music group will perform in selected U.S. cities, including Seattle, Houston, San Jose, and Los Angeles, during their Risky Tour 2023.

Bella Dose (Apr. 7 to June 30) – The Latine bilingual girl group will be embarking on their U.S. tour on Apr. 7, starting in Los Angeles, CA. They will visit major cities like New York City, Chicago, Miami, and conclude their shows in Myrtle Beach on June 30.

Ángela Aguilar (June 2 to 24) – The “Princess of Mexican Music” will be performing sans her family in eight cities across the U.S. this summer. She will start her Piensa En Mi Tour in Chicago, IL, on June 2, then make her way to perform in major cities like New York, Las Vegas, and Houston before wrapping her shows in Phoenix on June 24.

Cour T. (June 9 to 28) – The Brazilian producer and DJ is playing selected shows in June. He will be performing in San Francisco, Orlando, Pomona, New York, and wrapping up his tour in Las Vegas.

Fuego (June 6 to July 1) – Emerging Dominican artist Fuego is performing in North America as part of the first phase of his Fireboy Forever Tour. The anticipated 15-city tour includes stops in New York City, Orlando, Denver, El Paso, and Los Angeles.

Hello Seahorse! (June 7 to July 1) – The Mexican alternative rock band will be going on tour this summer. They will begin in Chicago, IL, and hit major cities like New York, Atlanta, Las Vegas, and Los Angeles before their final date in El Paso, TX.

Flor de Toloache (Apr. 15 to July 15) – The mariachi band will perform 10 dates in the U.S. They will hit cities like Littletown, NC, Orange, CA, and Brooklyn, NY, as part of their newest tour. They will also perform selected dates with Mariachi Vargas.

Juan Wauters (June 1 to July 16) – Uruguay-born songwriter Juan Wauters will hit the road this year. In support of his newest album Wandering Rebel (out June 2), Wauters will visit cities like Chicago, Atlanta, and Los Angeles on his upcoming U.S. tour.

Buscabulla (July 11 to 27) – The experimental Puerto Rican duo will be hitting the States this summer. They will perform in cities like San Diego, Los Angeles, Portland, Seattle, and Houston.

Jesse & Joy (June 15 to Aug. 12) – The Latine pop duo will hit the road once again. They are set to start their North American tour on June 15 in New York, NY. The duo will hit cities like Silver Springs, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, El Paso, and Atlanta, before finishing up their lengthy tour in Fort Lauderdale on Aug. 12.

Big Time Rush (June 22 to Aug. 12) – In major throwback news, the pop music boy band is set to make their comeback with the Can’t Get Enough tour this summer. The band will start in Fort Worth, TX, and wrap up their tour in Las Vegas, LV.

Natalia Jimenez (Aug. 4 to 19) – The Spanish singer is celebrating her 20th anniversary with five special shows in August with her 20 Años Tour.

Santa Fe Klan (June 10 to Aug. 20) – The Guanajato-born rapper Santa Fe Klan is coming back to the U.S. for his third tour. This time, he’s bringing two special guests with him: Snow Tha Product and Tornillo. The Todo Y Nada Tour will hit major cities like Seattle, Rosemont (Chicago), New York, Houston, Las Vegas, and Los Angeles.

Carla Morrison (Mar. 3 to Aug. 21) – The passionate singer will continue her El Renacimiento era with selected tour dates in the U.S. She will sing in selected U.S. cities such as Napa, San Diego, Los Angeles, Seattle, and Chicago.

Coco & Breezy (Apr. 22 to Aug. 25) – The Afro-Latina duo is playing selected dates in the U.S. this year. Their dates include performances in Miami, Austin, Chicago, New York, and San Francisco.

Boza (June 22 to Aug. 26) – The Panamanian artist Boza is embarking on his first-ever U.S. tour this summer. The Volar tour will visit over 20 cities, including Houston, Chicago, Nashville,  Miami, and Los Angeles.

Villano Antillano (Aug. 17 to Aug. 27) – As Remezcla exclusively announced, La Villana is going on her first-ever solo tour, La Sustancia X USA Tour. In this seven-date tour, she will hit cities like Miami, Atlanta, Charlotte, and New Haven, as part of her latest album promotion.

Danna Paola (Aug. 11 to Sep. 16) – The Mexican pop star is finally coming to the U.S. for the first time! Her XT4S1S Tour stops include San Jose, Los Angeles, Miami, Rosemont, New  York, and more selected dates.

Ryan Castro (Sep. 1 to 22) – The Colombian hitmaker unveiled his Ghetto Star USA Tour dates. The tour will take him to cities like Atlanta, New York, Los Angeles, and many more.

Lido Pimienta (June 17 to Sep. 29) – Lido Pimienta will perform in selected U.S. cities this year. The major cities include Maspeth, NY, on June 17; Santa Fe, NM, on June 22; Chicago, IL, on July 27; and Denver, CO, on Sept. 29, among other dates.

Hermanos Gutiérrez (June 18 to Sep. 29) – The Swiss-Ecuadorian brothers are touring the U.S. this year. They are performing in cities like Nashville, Brooklyn, Seattle, Portland, Denver, and Los Angeles.

Karol G (Aug. 11 to Sep. 28) – La Bichota is back! This time, she’s taking her new Mañana Será Bonito Tour to important stadiums across the U.S. The selected dates include Las Vegas, Pasadena, Miami, Houston, Dallas, and New Jersey. Pasadena, Miami, and New Jersey will host a second show. In a recent tour update, the Colombian star added six new dates, including San Francisco, Chicago, and Orlando.

Cimafunk (Aug. 3 to Oct. 1) – The Afro-Cuban artist will start his tour in Brooklyn, NY, on Aug. 3. He will then perform in cities like Amagansett, NY, Newport, RI, and San Jose, CA, before wrapping up his tour in Jacksonville, FL, on Sep. 16. After, he will start his Blue Note Residency in New York from Sept. 26 to Oct. 1.

Piso 21 (Sep. 8 to Oct. 1) – The Colombian group will embark on their fall tour in New York, NY. The Los Muchachos Tour will take Piso 21 to other cities like Chicago, IL; Miami, FL; Los Angeles, CA; Houston, TX; and Dallas, TX.

Arcángel (Aug. 26 to Oct. 1) – After successfully performing seven “Just In Time” shows at the Coliseo de Puerto Rico José Miguel Agrelot in PR, the Puerto Rican artist is bringing his show to the U.S. on his Just In Time World Tour. He will embark on his tour in Rosemont, IL, and conclude in Orlando, FL.

Kany García (Aug. 30 to Oct. 1) – The Puerto Rican singer-songwriter is performing across the U.S. starting in August. She’ll hit major cities like San Francisco, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Houston, and New York, before concluding her tour in Orlando.

Pabllo Vittar (June 23 to Oct. 2) – The Brazilian drag queen and pop singer is coming to North America! After releasing her recent album Noitada, she will embark on her new Noitada Tour starting in Seattle, WA, on June 23. The tour will also take her to Orlando, Atlanta, Brooklyn, Chicago, and Los Angeles.

Kali Uchis (Sep. 22 to Oct. 3) – Kali Uchis’ The Red Moon in Venus Tour isn’t over yet. The Colombian-American singer is continuing her tour with a second leg this fall. Her new headlining arena tour dates include San Diego, Sacramento, Oakland, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, and El Paso. Her special guests include Buscabulla (in Los Angeles only) and Tokischa on each date.

That Mexican OT (Sep. 10 to Oct. 4) – The Texan musician is taking his Lonestar Luchador Tour throughout the nation. He will embark on his tour in Denver, CO, on Sep. 10 and hit major cities like Chicago, New York, Atlanta, and Los Angeles, before wrapping up in Oakland, CA, on Oct. 4.

Ambar Lucid (Sep. 15 to Oct. 6) – The Mexican-Dominican-American artist is going on her North American ESTRELLA Part 2 Tour this fall. Ambar Lucid will start in Canada before heading to U.S. cities like Seattle, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Austin, and many more. The tour includes support by EthanUno on all dates. She will also be joined by Rubio and MJ Nebreda in selected cities.

Carin León (Aug. 10 to Oct. 8) – The Mexican superstar is hitting the road this year with his Colmillo De Leche Tour. The tour will reach arenas in Rosemont, Las Vegas, L.A., Miami, Houston, Atlanta, and more.

Novalima (Aug. 3 to Oct. 9) – The Afro-Peruvian beat makers are taking their music on tour this summer and fall. They will hit major cities like Los Angeles, Seattle, Portland, New York City, and Chicago.

Y La Bamba (May 2 to Oct. 14) – The alternative, experimental band will be on the road promoting their seventh album Lucha. Their extensive tour dates include solo shows, as well as shared stages with Julia Jacklin and Black Belt Eagle Scout, and St. Paul & The Broken Bones.

Alejandro Sanz (Sept. 16 to Oct. 14) – The popular Spanish singer-songwriter is touring the U.S. on his Sanz En Vivo tour. The 11-city tour run includes stops in major cities like Miami, Chicago, New York, El Paso, and Los Angeles.

Becky G (Sept. 14 to Oct. 15) – The Mexican-American singer is finally headlining her first-ever U.S. tour. The Mi Casa, Tu Casa Tour will reach stages across the U.S., including in major cities such as New York, Atlanta, El Paso, San Diego, and Los Angeles.

Marco Antonio Solís (Mar. 3 to Oct. 15) – Marco Antonio Solís is not ready to leave the stage just yet. The emblematic Mexican singer-songwriter announced his solo El Buki World Tour 2023, stopping in 40 cities in North America and Spain this year.

Divino Niño (Aug. 18 to Oct. 19) – The American-Colombian rock band based in Chicago, IL, is going on tour from August to October. They will play venues in cities like Brooklyn, Dallas, El Paso, Los Angeles, and many more.

Peso Pluma (Apr. 8 to Oct. 20) – The emerging corridos tumbados artist is set to make his debut U.S. live performances starting in Apr. His Doble P Tour kicks off on Apr. 8 at the Toyota Center in Ontario, CA, and will wrap up on Oct. 20 in Anaheim, CA, at the Theater in the Honda Center.

Gondwana (Sept. 16 to Oct. 21) – The Chilean reggae band is touring the U.S. this fall. For their Rising Growing and Flying Tour, they will perform in cities like San Diego, Brooklyn, New York City, and more.

Lupita D’Alessio (Sept. 22 to Oct. 22) – The emblematic Tijuana-born singer is performing her last shows before she officially retires from the music scene. D’Alessio’s 10-city Gracias Tour includes stops in Los Angeles, El Paso, Las Vegas, San Antonio, and Chicago. Her son, Ernesto D’Alessio, will serve as her invited special guest.

Jean Dawson (Sep. 24 to Oct. 22) – The Mexican-American experimental musician is taking his music on the road this fall. He will perform in Santa Cruz, CA, Nashville, TN, Hamden, CT, Madison, WI, and Boulder, CO, before ending his tour at Las Vegas’ When We Were Young Festival.

Alejandro Fernández (Sept. 8 to Oct. 22) – El Portillo is back with a tour dedicated to his late father, Vicente Fernández. During most of his shows, he’s continuing his family’s signature father-son tradition, bringing along his own son, Alex Fernández. The anticipated tour will start in Sacramento, CA, on Sept. 8 and conclude in Miami, FL, on Oct. 22.

Bandalos Chinos (Sep. 21 to Oct. 26) – The Argentinean indie pop band is performing in the U.S. this fall. They will tour in cities like Denver, Chicago, New York, and many more.

Manuel Turizo (Sep. 28 to Oct. 29) – The rising Colombian star is hitting the road this fall. He will embark on his 2000 Tour in Chicago, IL, on Sep. 28 and continue performing in major cities like Miami, Atlanta, and New York, before ending his tour in El Paso, TX, on Oct. 29.

Los Gemelos de Sinaloa (July 1 to Nov. 3) – The Sinaloense twin brothers are embarking on their 22-city Bueno y Malo Tour this summer. The regional Mexican duo will start their tour in Santa Ana, CA, on July 1 and visit cities like Houston, Chicago, Phoenix, San Diego, and New York before concluding their run in Los Angeles, CA, on Nov. 3.

Tini (Oct. 31 to Nov. 3) – The Argentinian pop star announced three major dates for her Tini Tour. The selected cities for her first-ever U.S. tour are Los Angeles, CA, on Oct. 31; Miami, FL, on Nov. 2; and New York, NY, on Nov. 3.

CNCO (May 9 to Nov. 4) – The Latin American boy band is set to hit the road for their “Última Cita” farewell tour that will make stops in the U.S., Latin America, and Europe. The tour embarks on May 9 in La Paz, Bolivia.

Maluma (Aug. 31 to Nov. 4) – Papi Juancho is coming back to the U.S. this year. The Colombian superstar will start the U.S. leg of his Don Juan World Tour in Sacramento, CA, on Aug. 31. The tour will reach venues in cities like Portland, Los Angeles, Phoenix, San Diego, and Atlanta before ending in Miami, FL, on Nov. 4.

Carlos Vives (Aug. 19 to Nov. 5) – The global Colombian artist will celebrate his 30 years of musical trajectory with his El Tour de Los 30 in the U.S. The upcoming tour will make stops in cities like New York, Chicago, Miami, Orlando, and Houston, before wrapping up in Los Angeles.

Carlos Rivera (June 7 to Nov. 5) – La Academia’s famed Mexican singer Carlos Rivera will embark on his Un Tour A Todas Partes this summer. He will begin performing in Denver, CO, on June 7 and end in Orlando, FL, on Nov. 5.

Santiago Cruz (Oct. 24 to Nov. 9) – The Colombian singer is kicking off his Después de la Tormenta Tour in Atlanta on Oct. 24. He will perform in cities like Washington DC, Boston, and Chicago, before wrapping up in Puerto Rico.

Junior H (Aug. 11 to Nov. 10) – It’s official! The Mexican singer announced his 2023 Sad Boyz Tour. The tour will kick off in Los Angeles, CA, on Aug. 11 and hit major cities like Miami, Phoenix, and El Paso, before concluding in Houston, TX, on Nov. 10.

Yahritza y Su Esencia (Aug. 15 to Nov. 10) – The Mexican-American trio is going on their first-ever tour. The Obsessed Tour kicks off in Seattle, WA, on Aug. 15 and will hit major cities like Portland, OR, San Diego, CA, Riverside, CA, and Phoenix, AZ, before wrapping up in Houston, TX.

Los Temerarios (Feb. 3 to Nov. 11) – The emblematic Mexican group from Fresnillo, Mexico, is on tour this year. They started their U.S. tour in San Jose, CA, and will conclude it in McAllen, TX.

Eden Muñoz (Aug. 25 to Nov. 11) – The Regional Mexican singer Eden Muñoz is set to perform 14 shows in the U.S. He’s starting his tour in Brooklyn, NY, on Aug. 25, and wrapping it up in Irving, TX, on Nov. 11.

Eden Muñoz (Aug. 25 to Nov. 11) – The Regional Mexican singer Eden Muñoz is set to perform 14 shows in the U.S. He’s starting his tour in Brooklyn, NY, on Aug. 25, and wrapping it up in Irving, TX, on Nov. 11.

Eladio Carrión (Oct. 7 to Nov. 11) – The Puerto Rican artist is expanding his The Sauce USA Tour. The new dates include performances in Chicago, New York, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, and San Diego. His special guest on this second tour leg is Venezuelan rapper Big Soto.

Alan Palomo (Oct. 17 to Nov. 11) – The Mexican singer, also known for his work as the mastermind behind Neon Indian, is touring the U.S. from October to November. He will perform in cities such as Dallas, Philadelphia, and Brooklyn.

Ivan Cornejo (Aug. 4 to Nov. 12) – The Mexican-American singer-songwriter is taking his Terapia Tour throughout the U.S. this year. He will start in Chicago, IL, on Aug. 4 and wrap it up in San Diego, CA, on Nov. 12.

Christian Nodal (Aug. 25 to Nov. 12) – The Mexican crooner will embark on his Foraji2 Tour this summer. He will perform in cities such as Anaheim, New Orleans, Chicago, Atlanta, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, and more.

Gera MX & Nanpa Básico (Aug. 31 to Nov. 12) – The Mexican hip-hop artist Gera MX and the Colombian rapper Nanpa Básico are teaming up on Que Chimba La Raza Tour that will start in Los Angeles, CA, on Aug. 31 and wrap up in Chicago, IL, on Nov. 12.

Son Rompe Pera (Sept. 21 to Nov. 12) – The Mexican cumbia punk rockers are on tour this fall. They will spread their cumbia punk to cities like Chicago, Austin, and Seattle.

Cuco (Oct. 19 to Nov. 12) – The Mexican-American experimental artist is performing live in the U.S. and Mexico this fall. His upcoming Hitchhiker Tour includes Miami, San Antonio, and Los Angeles.

Gipsy Kings & Tonino Baliardo (Oct. 25 to Nov. 12) – The renowned Catalan band will hit the road in October and November. They will perform at venues in Arizona, Texas, Tennessee, and Connecticut, to name a few stops of their Renaissance Tour.

Romeo Santos (Oct. 4 to Nov. 14) – The King of Bachata is performing his Fórmula Vol. 3 Tour this fall. He will start the highly-anticipated tour in Fresno, CA, on Oct. 4 and wrap it up in Atlanta, GA, on Nov. 14 before making his way to Canada.

Siddhartha (May 24 to Nov. 15) – The Mexican alternative rocker is set to embark on his U.S. tour on May 24 in San Francisco, CA. He will perform in major cities like Los Angeles, Atlanta, New York City, and Las Vegas. The tour ends on Nov. 15 in Seattle, WA.

Ana Barbara (Aug. 31 to Nov. 18) – The Mexican singer’s U.S. leg of her Bandidos Tour starts in Monterey, CA, on Aug. 8 and wraps up in Chicago, IL, on Nov. 18. Selected tour dates also feature Majo Aguilar.

La Doña (Sep. 20 to Nov. 18) – The Chicana experimental artist is hitting the road to promote her newest EP. The Can’t Eat Clout Tour will embark in New York on Sep. 20. It will continue with performances in San Diego, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and more.

Edith Márquez (Jan. 28 to Nov. 19) – The Mexican songstress is currently on a tour through Mexico and the U.S. The tour’s U.S. leg starts in Santa Barbara, CA, on Aug. 5, and will conclude in Phoenix, AZ, on Nov. 19.

Jaripeo Sin Fronteras Tour (Aug. 4 to Nov. 19) – Besides performing alone on selected dates, Pepe Aguilar will also bring his Jaripeo Sin Fronteras tour to the U.S. this year. The popular tour features performances alongside his children Ángela, Leonardo, and Antonio. The tour will start on Aug. 4 in Lauderdale, FL, and finalize on Nov. 19 in Sacramento, CA.

Luna Luna (Sept. 23 to Nov. 19) – The Austin-based band is wrapping up their 2023 with their Solo Tu Tour alongside Michael Seyer. The indie synth-pop music makers will hit major cities like Portland, Los Angeles, El Paso, Chicago, Atlanta, and Nashville.

Depresión Sonora (Nov. 18 to 22) – The Spanish artist and producer is performing in the U.S. in Nov. He will be performing in selected cities such as Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Chicago.