Bad Bunny Wraps Up Record-Breaking “Most Wanted Tour” in Miami

Breaking concert gross records in 16 major venues
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Bad Bunny Wraps Up Record-Breaking “Most Wanted Tour” in Miami

Bad Bunny has wrapped up his highly successful “Most Wanted Tour” with three sold-out shows in Miami. Promoted by Live Nation, the tour spanned 46 dates across 30 different arenas and grossed approximately $208 million, selling over 700,000 tickets. This tour has cemented Bad Bunny's status as a leading artist, breaking records and captivating audiences worldwide.

Bad Bunny Sets Arena Records
(Photo Credit: Eric Rojas)

Record-Breaking Performances

Bad Bunny made history by becoming the highest-grossing artist at Barclays Center, surpassing Jay Z's 12-show record. Additionally, he set all-time concert gross records in 16 out of the 30 arenas he performed at, including:

  • Delta Center, Salt Lake City, UT
  • Footprint Center, Phoenix, AZ
  • Chase Center, San Francisco, CA
  • Golden 1 Center, Sacramento, CA
  • Climate Pledge Arena, Seattle, WA
  • Arena, Los Angeles, CA
  • Ball Arena, Denver, CO
  • Capital One Arena, Washington, DC
  • TD Garden, Boston, MA
  • Wells Fargo Center, Philadelphia, PA
  • XL Center, Hartford, CT
  • Moody Center, Austin, TX
  • American Airlines Center, Dallas, TX
  • Spectrum Center, Charlotte, NC
  • Amway Center, Orlando, FL
  • Kaseya Center, Miami, FL
Bad Bunny’s Electrifying "Most Wanted Tour"
(Photo Credit: Eric Rojas)

A Spectacular Show

Kicking off in Salt Lake City in February, the “Most Wanted Tour” captivated audiences with high-energy performances, stunning visuals, and Bad Bunny’s charismatic presence. Each show began with a 10-minute musical performance by The Philharmonic Orchestra Project, led by Grammy-winning producer Carlitos Lopez. The orchestra opened with “Nadie Sabe” and “Monaco” and made appearances throughout the night, adding a unique musical element to the concert.

Bad Bunny's Four-Part Concert Journey
(Photo Credit: Eric Rojas)

Immersive Experience

The two-hour show was divided into four segments, taking fans through different chapters of Bad Bunny’s career. The setlist included tracks from his latest album, "Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va Pasar Mañana," and medleys of his early trap hits like “Diles,” “Chambea,” “Soy Peor,” and “Tu No Metes Cabra.” Fans also enjoyed performances of "Un Verano Sin Ti" and "YHLQMDLG" favorites, along with raw renditions of "Un x100to," "La Canción," "Amorfoda," and "Otra Noche en Miami."

Bad Bunny's Spectacular Four-Act Tour
(Photo Credit: Eric Rojas)

Stunning Production

The tour’s production was a visual and auditory feast, featuring two stages, a floating walkway, and intricate pyrotechnics. The show was split into four acts, complete with lasers, explosions, pillars of smoke, and a dance crew of 20. In various cities, Bad Bunny surprised fans with guest appearances by artists like Bryant Myers, Eladio Carrión, Feid, Grupo Frontera, Mora, and Young Miko.

Bad Bunny's Grand Finale: Puerto Rico
(Photo Credit: Eric Rojas)

Final Performances in Puerto Rico

As the “Most Wanted Tour” concludes in the United States, Bad Bunny prepares to perform three highly-anticipated sold-out shows in his native Puerto Rico. These performances will take place on June 7, 8, and 9 at the Coliseo de Puerto Rico, promising to be a memorable homecoming for the Grammy-winning artist.

Bad Bunny's Record-Breaking Tour Concludes


With a groundbreaking tour that captivated audiences and set new records, Bad Bunny has solidified his place as a powerhouse in the music industry. Fans eagerly await his next move as he returns to Puerto Rico for what promises to be an unforgettable series of shows.