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On J Balvin’s 2024 Que Bueno Volver A Verte World Tour

Credit: FAME Magazine

As of November 29th, 2023, popular Latino pop singer J Balvin has announced his 2024 international world tour. Known as “Que Bueno Volver A Verte” or “Good To See You Again,” J Balvin will stop in 20 arenas around the continent of Europe. Notable ones include Switzerland’s Geneva Arena, Zurich’s Hallenstadion, Milan’s Mediolanum Forum, Berlin’s Mercedes Benz Arena, Norway’s Oslo Spektrum, Stockholm’s Tele2, Paris’ Accor Arena and Madrid’s Palacio Vistalegre. The tour will start on April 26th in Frankfurt, Germany, and end in London, United Kingdom, on June 5th. To purchase tickets for the tour, fans can go to JBalvin.com while tickets last. 

According to Pollstar, J Balvin commented on the tour in a press statement. “Latino Gang – I can’t wait to see you!” he said. “We’ve had so much fun together that we have to do it again. I’m thrilled to take a completely new show, with new music on the road with the ‘Que Bueno Volver a Verte’ tour abroad next year. We have something very special in store for you, and I can’t wait to unveil the next chapter of music we’ve been working on. Stay updated on tour information and connect with me on WhatsApp and SMS at (917) 920 5445.” As fans wait for April to approach, it will be interesting to see what the Latino singer has in store next.

J Balvin’s Que Bueno Volver A Verte Tour Dates

All the tour dates are as follows: 

J Balvin 2024 Tour
Credit: FAME Magazine

April

26 – Frankfurt, Germany – Festhalle
28 – Geneva, Switzerland – Geneva Arena
30 – Zurich, Switzerland – Hallenstadion

May

1 – Milan, Italy – Mediolanum Forum
3 – Vienna, Austria – Stadenthalle
6 – Berlin, Germany – Mercedes Benz Arena
8 – Amsterdam, Netherlands – Ziggo Dome
10 – Copenhagen, Denmark – Royal Arena
12 – Oslo, Norway – Oslo Spektrum
14 – Stockholm, Sweden – Tele2
16 – Helinski, Finland – Ice Hall
18 – Kaunas, Lithuania – Zalgiris Arena
21– Cologne, Germany – Lanxess Arena
22 – Paris, France – Accor Arena
24 – Brussels, Belgium – ING Arena
25 – Esch, Luxembourg – Rockhal Arena
28 – Barcelona, Spain – Pavello Olimpic Badalona
31 – Madrid, Spain – Palacio Vistalegre

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