Spanish singer Rosalia announced on Monday her first world tour, the ‘Motomami World Tour’, which will kick off on July 6 in Almera and take her around Spain before passing through Latin America, the United States and Europe. Tickets for the 46 concerts that make up the tour will go on sale on her website this Friday April 22 at 10:00 am local time in each of the countries that the Catalan artist will visit.
Since the dates of several shows were leaked, apparently by mistake, the expectation has been growing as fans look forward to seeing how the singer takes her innovative and irreverent ‘Motomami’ to the live stage, generating plenty of buzz on social networks.
The audience in Almeria will be the first to see Rosalia‘s new show, which will premiere on July 6 at the Recinto Ferial. From there, she will travel around Spain with double stops in Madrid and Barcelona, on July 19 and 20 at the WiZink Center and 23 and 24 at the Palau Sant Jordi, respectively. Before that, the tour will pass through Seville (July 9), Granada (12), Malaga (14) and Valencia (16). And then it will finish in Bilbao (27 July), La Coruna (29) and Palma de Mallorca (1 August).
Rosalia will also perform three concerts in Mexico: Mexico City (August 14), Guadalajara (17) and Monterrey (19). She will also visit Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico and Canada. In the United States, she will make stops in a dozen cities, including Boston, Washington, San Francisco, and Atlantawith a double recital at Radio City Music Hall in New York and the YouTube Theater in Los Angeles.
Finally, in the last months of the year, she will return to Europe, where he will tour Portugal, Italy, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium and the United Kingdom before closing the tour in France on 18 December.
The tour confirms Rosalia’s status as an international star, and she hopes to fill venues such as the Auditorio Nacional in Mexico City and the Movistar Arena in Bogot, both of which can hold more than 10,000 spectators.
Expectations for the concerts by the singer from San Cugat del Valls are high, thanks to the good reception of ‘Motomami’, an experimental album that is breaking records and in which she brings together everything from classic reggaeton to flamenco, boleros, with the rapid -fire style of American rappers and jazz interludes.
Since its release on March 18, it has reached the top of the charts on platforms such as Spotify and has received praise from the music press, including the English-speaking press, which has rated her album with one of the highest average scores of the decade.