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.
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.
Maná (Feb. 10 to Sept. 23) – 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.
Ana Gabriel (Feb. 16 to Jun. 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.
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.
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.
Carla Morrison (Mar. 3 to Mar. 10) – The passionate singer will continue her El Renacimiento era with selected tour dates in the U.S. Her tour dates this year include: Washington, DC; Brooklyn, NY; and Chicago, IL.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Eladio Carrión (May 11 to June 4) – The Puerto Rican artist is set to perform in 11 cities, including Dallas, Atlanta, and Miami, during his The Sauce USA Tour.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Kali Uchis (Apr. 25 to May 30) – Not only is Kali Uchis dropping her third studio album Red Moon In Venus, in March, but she’s also going on tour this spring. The tour will begin on Apr. 25 in Austin, TX, and wrap up on May 30 in Phoenix, AZ.
Y La Bamba (Apr. 26 to May 23) – The alternative and experimental band will be on the road promoting their seventh album Lucha. They’re embarking on their spring tour in Portland, OR, on Apr. 26 and finalizing it in Denver, CO, on May 23.
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.
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.