Junior H will be hitting the road in the U.S. this fall. Today (July 11), the Mexican singer announced the dates for his upcoming 2023 Sad Boyz Tour.
Alongside Peso Pluma and Natanael Cano, Junior H has become one of the most-streamed corridos tumbados artists. Back in 2020, he told Remezcla, “I hope with this project that people get to know more here in the U.S. and in Mexico. That’s the goal: to keep growing from here and little-by-little reach the people.” Since emerging with Cano on the Rancho Humilde label, Junior H has achieved that dream by surpassing over 27 million monthly listeners on Spotify with his sad boy anthems.
Junior H flew in a helicopter from the Crypto.com Arena in L.A. to the Honda Center in Anaheim, CA, for the announcement. The Sad Boyz Tour will kick off on Aug. 11 at the Crypto.com Arena. Throughout the fall, he will perform concerts in major cities like Miami, Las Vegas, San Jose, Brooklyn, and Anaheim. On Nov. 3, Junior H will co-headline a concert with Natanael Cano at the Toyota Arena in Ontario, CA.
Tickets for Junior H’s Sad Boyz Tour will go on sale this Friday at 10 a.m. local time. For more information about the tour, check out the Live Nation website.
Earlier this month, Junior H appeared on Rauw Alejandro’s latest album Playa Saturno. He featured on the reggaeton song “Picardía.” Peso Pluma worked with Junior H twice on his album Génesis. He featured on the songs “Luna” and “Lady Gaga” alongside Gabito Ballesteros. Both collaborations with Junior H charted on the Billboard Hot 100 chart after the LP’s release.
Natanael Cano reunited with Junior H on his latest album Nata Montana. He featured on Cano’s song “Eres.” Junior H’s most recent hit is “El Tsurito” featuring Peso Pluma and Gabito Ballesteros. In his recent Instagram posts, he hinted that he’s working on new music.