Here, you will find all of the best Latin tours happening this year. Hailing in from countries such as Cuba, Columbia, Mexico, Spain, Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, and more. Salsa, Mariachi, Latin-pop, Bachata, Cumbia, Nuevo Flamenco, Tango, Tejano, Reggaeton, Banda, Trap Corridos, even Sad Sierreño. There are endless genres, and even more musicians playing to them, beyond our borders.
Now, here are the best Latin tours and music festivals in 2022. Artists from around the world who are broadening our global perspective with their music and shows. Trust us. You don’t want to miss out on hearing these voices, live.
Wisin y Yandel
On Tour: August 30, 2022 – December 2, 2022
This one is about to be huge—and their last. This summer, the Puerto Rican reggaeton duo Wisin y Yandel are touring together for the last time. It’s Wisin y Yandel’s first joint tour since 2019’s “Como Antes” trek. Now, this summer through the fall, Wisin y Yandel are taking their ” La Última Misión” Tour to major cities around the globe. The “La Última Misión” Tour is definitely one you don’t want to miss.
On Tour: August 24, 2022 – October 15, 2022
It’s not easy being one of the most influential, Latin trap music pioneers. According to Puerto Rican rapper Anuel AA, it takes illustrious proclivity, global connections, and a charismatic relentlessness to accomplish what he’s done so far. After winning the 2019 Billboard Latin Music Award for New Artist of the Year, Anuel AA went on to tour with Karol G, collaborate with Akon and Ozuna, and even compete in the MLB’s 2019 celebrity softball game alongside fellow Latinx artist Daddy Yankee.
This summer, Anuel AA and his fans have a lot to celebrate. This past November, Anuel AA released his fourth studio album Las Leyendas Nunca Mueren. The record debuted high on Billboard’s Top Latin Albums chart, making it his fourth consecutive number one album. Fans of Anuel AA, you have to catch him on his “Legends Never Die” Tour. Coming straight from the artist’s mouth: “it’s about to be on another level.”
On Tour: September 16, 2022 – October 9, 2022
For longtime fans of Prince Royce, the Bachata artist is giving back this fall with a dedicated 11-date trek through North America. Dubbed the “Classics” Tour, a celebration of his greatest hits, Prince Royce’s upcoming venture is meant to honor his decade-long journey to where he stands now.
“I am thrilled to be able to share the Classic Tour with all of my fans who have been there for me unconditionally since the very beginning of my career,” Prince Royce said in a statement. “I am still here thanks to you all and this tour is for you. I’m filled with gratefulness.”
On Tour: August 27, 2022 – November 6, 2022
Just a year after his “Mis Manos” Tour, Camilo is getting ready for another jaunt through the U.S. The North American leg of Camilo’s self-titled 2022 tour opens in New York and spans 23 dates. Fans will have the opportunity to catch Camilo between albums, the chart-topping Mis Manos and his forthcoming third studio album.
“My heart is filled with joy, and I’m so proud of this tour that we’re about to experience,” said Camilo in a statement about his upcoming tour. “While I write this, my heart races as I imagine being together again. La Tribu has grown.”
On Tour: April 22, 2022 – September 17, 2022
Maná, widely considered as Mexico’s most beloved rock band, is holding residency at L.A’s The Forum this spring and summer. Committed to delivering amazing concerts for one of their most beloved communities, the Maná residency is about to make history at The Forum.
Fans, get ready to hear hits such as “El Rey” and “Mariposa Traicionera” from one of Mexico’s longtime talents. We think Maná will be one of the best shows you can attend in 2022.
On Tour: August 5, 2022 – October 1, 2022
Attending Bad Bunny’s “El Último Tour del Mundo” isn’t simply a matter of seeing one of the most prolific and successful artists live. It’s about being a part of history. Bad Bunny’s “El Último Tour del Mundo” is, currently, the highest grossing tour by a Latine artist. An arena tour, of only 35 shows, grossed $116.8 million and sold 575,000 tickets.
Outside of the Latinx music world, Bad Bunny is, according to Bloomberg, the No. 1 tour in the world. Bigger than Billie Eilish. Bigger than Dua Lipa. Bad Bunny is celebrating the wide, unanimous love of his latest album El Último Tour del Mundo. There is no stopping Bad Bunny, the music, the hustle. We’re beyond lucky to be on this planet while Bad Bunny takes it over one album and tour at a time.
On Tour: April 8, 2022 – October 16, 2022
Marisela Hernandez—often referred to as “Latin Madonna” and sometimes called “Dama de Hierro (Lady of Iron)”—is going on an extensive U.S tour this spring and summer. Since her cover version of Barbara George’s single “I Know (You Don’t Love Me No More),” retitled “Ya No,” hit No. 1 on the Billboard Latin Songs chart in 1990, Marisela has maintained communities of fans.
“I have beautiful fans in little towns that I don’t even know yet,” she said to the Press Democrat. Fans of Marisela who have yet to catch one of her concerts, we think this year is as good as any to finally see her live.
On Tour: June 2, 2022 – November 26, 2022
This year the renown Mexican regional music band, Grupo Intocable, will return to the cities that have been giving them love for decades. They will perform throughout the summer and fall, hitting cities like El Paso who have flocked to their concerts for years and years. Intocable, bringing their unique blend of Tejano conjunto music, Norteño folk rhythms, pop ballads and rock, cannot wait to get people swaying and dancing this year.
Los Hombres G
On Tour: March 4, 2022 – June 25, 2022
Since 1983, Los Hombres G have been at the forefront of Ibero-American music. Hailing from Madrid, and influenced by the English new wave and the first albums of The Beatles, Hombres G remain beloved pioneers in the Spanish pop rock genre.
This year, Hombres G are touring through the U.S over to perform in 17 different cities. Their last album, La esquina de Rowland, came out in 2019. But we anticipate that Hombres G will be performing from all decades and eras of their enduring career.
On Tour: April 23, 2022 – October 16, 2022
Mexican singer/songwriter Francisco Javier Barraza Rodríguez, also known as Pancho Barraza, performed among the traditional Mexican music scene until 1995, when he dropped his solo debut, Mis Canciones De Amor.
Now, Pancho Barraza is touring through the summer and fall, bringing his extensive discography of Mexican music to venues nationwide. Fans, you can never go wrong by attending a Pancho Barraza concert—one of the most beloved acts in the genre.
On Tour: August 19, 2022 – December 3, 2022
For the first time in three years, Gloria Trevi will be touring the U.S. Back in 2019, Trevi’s “Diosa de la Noche” tour, with support from Latin pop star Karol G, was cut short due to the pandemic. Now, following six sold-out shows at the Auditorio Nacional in Mexico City, Gloria Trevi will bring her “Isla Divina” Tour to the states.
Since her early 90’s arrival Gloria Trevi has performed in the vein of Prince and Madonna, reigning as the one of the supreme leaders of Mexican pop music. Gloria Trevi’s “Isla Divina” Tour promises shows over 2 hours long, nearly 15 different outfit changes, colorful dancers and stages, and around 25 hits from Trevi’s enduring catalog.
MUSIC FESTIVALS (MORE TBA)
Viva! Music Festival
Festival Date: June 25, 2022
Latin music fans in the U.S, the Viva! Music Festival in L.A could very well become the biggest, the best, day of summer 2022. The Viva! Music Festival will take place at Dodger Stadium on June 25th, just one day of immense talent—but the lineup is incredible.
The 2022 Viva! Music Festival features El Fantasma, Kali Uchis, Daddy Yankee, Becky G, J. Balvin, and so many more. The Viva! Music Festival is definitely in the running for the best Latin music festival happening this year.