Young Miko Announces THE XOXO TOUR 2024 in Latin America – Here Are the Dates

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Young Miko is expanding her upcoming tour, THE XOXO TOUR 2024, to Latin America. On June 25, the Puerto Rican rapper revealed her new tour dates, including the Dominican Republic, Costa Rica, Uruguay,  Argentina, Colombia, and more.

“LATAM 💌 so happy to be seeing you again 🥹 !! i adore you, xoxoo,” she wrote online. Young Miko’s new tour dates start at La Romana, Dominican Republic (Sept. 28). She will continue her Latin American tour in Tegucigalpa, Honduras (Oct. 2); San Salvador, El Salvador (Oct. 4); Guatemala City, Guatemala (Oct. 5); Panama City, Panama (Oct. 10); and San José, Costa Rica (Oct. 12). She will also take her music to Caracas, Venezuela (Oct. 20); Montevideo, Uruguay (Oct. 23); Córdoba, Argentina (Oct. 25); Rosario, Argentina (Oct. 27); and Viña del Mar, Chile (Oct. 31). Her last LatAm shows are scheduled for Lima, Peru (Nov. 2); and Medellín, Colombia (Nov. 8). Notably, there are no official dates in Mexico. However, she performed in Monterrey, Guadalajara, and Mexico City in March.

Although there’s no telling if she will add more cities to her Latin American leg, social media users are hoping for more dates. A social media user wrote: “young miko announced dates and not one for mexico. dale mi amorrr, don’t be afraid of success.” Another X user commented: “Young Miko is coming but not to Buenos Aires.”

Before Latin America, the “curita” singer will start THE XOXO TOUR 2024 in the U.S. She will kick off her tour in Denver, CO, on July 31. The highly-anticipated performances will also hit major cities like Phoenix, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New York, and many more.

As far as new music goes, Young Miko recently released her latest collaborations “sorry es que soy bipolarrr” with ROBI and “Sucia” with Kehlani and Jill Scott. She was also nominated for three Premios Juventud 2024 categories, including The Perfect Collab and Girl Power, thanks to her collaboration with Kany García called “En Esta Boca” and Best Urban Album for att.