It’s been more than a year since we have not been able to attend live concerts. After many of the already scheduled concerts were canceled, here is a list of shows you don’t want to miss out on.
No Latinx gettogether is complete without the iconic sing along to “suavementeeee, besameeeee que quiero sentir tus labios besándome otra vez” from Elvis Crespo ‘s song “Suavemente”. Well, wait no longer and go enjoy a great night of merengue. Elvis will be in the Mayan Theater in Los Angeles this upcoming May 15, 2021.
Switching genres to alternative rock and ska, Elefante and Inspector, will be at the Riverside Municipal Auditorium in Riverside on Friday, May 20, 2021, and at the Mayan Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday, May 30, 2021. This is definitely a show you won’t want to miss out so get ready to sing “Asi es la Vida” by Elefante and “Amargo Adios” by Inspector to sing the sorrows away.
Banda Sinaloense MS de Sergio Lizarraga and Snoop Dogg’s most recent collaboration “Que Maldición” is a hit we have all been waiting to hear and sing along to live. This iconic duo will be live in the Toyota Arena in Ontario on Saturday, July 10, 2021. Now, who doesn’t want to see the best of these two’s both worlds come together in one place?
Last but not least, reggaeton artists have been skyrocketing with their new releases throughout the whole lockdown. Some artists to look forward to seeing live are Maluma and Bad Bunny.
With Maluma’s recent releases like “Hawaái”, you will want to sing your heart away in The Forum of Inglewood on Friday, September 3rd, 2021.
And to top it all off, Bad Bunny recently released dates to his El Último Tour del Mundo. He will be at the STAPLES Center in Los Angeles on Thursday, February 24, 2022, and at The Forum of Inglewood on Friday, February 25th, and Saturday, February 26th of 2022. Although these tickets were sold like hot cakes, there are still some being resold at astonishing prices. Will you be buying tickets to his tour? Or do you already have yours?
Despite the fact that little by little we are returning to normality, we must not forget to take precautions. If you choose to attend any of these events, the use of the facemask is essential for you and others to remain safe.
Remember to follow CDC guidelines when wearing a facemask. Face coverings should still be worn in addition to staying at least 6 feet apart, especially when indoors around people who don’t live in your same household. Click here for more updated information on COVID-19 guidelines.
This article was published on April 22, last updated April 29 and information is subject to change by CDC guidelines.