WATCH: Here’s How Bad Bunny Celebrated Wrapping Up ‘El Último Tour Del Mundo’

Lead Photo: Photo by Chris Cornejo.
Photo by Chris Cornejo.
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Bad Bunny is finally done with his first tour of the year: El Último Tour Del Mundo 2022. Ever wonder how he celebrates his wins? He may not be much of a social media person these days, but luckily, those who surround him posted how Benito celebrated his wins. Not only had he just won a Grammy award for his latest album, but he was also closing out the sold-out 35-tour date stop at the FTX Arena in Miami, Florida on April 3. 


TERMINAMOS EUTDM 35|35 ✅ Gracias por TODO @Bad Bunny agradecido con todo el equipo y con ustedes el publico que tanto nos apoyo. Nos vemos pronto, los amo ❤️

♬ sonido original – Thony González 👁

The Puerto Rican dancer Antonio Gonzalez, one of Bad Bunny’s dancers throughout the tour, posted on his Instagram stories how they received Bad Bunny after the last performance. Sporting goggles and ponchos, we see the tour’s entire crew singing Drake’s “Started From the Bottom” in anticipation as they wait for Benito to come off the stage. Once the Puerto Rican icon finally comes out, he is immediately soaked in celebratory champagne, looking very excited to be welcomed by everyone as Drake’s “Trophies” plays in the background.

In another video from the night, we see Bad Bunny and his tour crew huddling, emotionally singing Queen’s “We Are the Champions.” After the backstage celebrations, the icon hit up a Miami nightclub, where he DJed a bit.

Throughout this highly-awaited tour, we saw it all. From the “Dakiti” singer welcoming WWE legend The Undertaker in Dallas to his tribute to the late L.A. Laker Kobe Bryant in Los Angeles to him kissing by a fan on stage in Seattle, El Último Tour Del Mundo was truly one for the books.

Although the sold-out arena tour that featured his recent two albums El Último Tour Del Mundo and YHLQMDLG is over, fans have a lot to look forward to this year. Bad Bunny promised to reveal the date for his upcoming album’s release once he finished his tour – so we’re all ready to countdown to it. 

Moreover, he still has his upcoming stadium tour, World’s Hottest Tour, which is kicking off on Aug. 5 in Orlando, FL.