J Balvin’s ‘Jose Tour 2022’ Coming to Vegas

Tickets go on sale Friday, September 17 at noon

By Jason R. Latham | Las Vegas, NV | Michelob ULTRA Arena

At this point, J Balvin doesn’t need a Las Vegas residency, he needs a residence.

The five-time Latin Grammy winner just booked Mandalay Bay’s Michelob ULTRA Arena for an April 23, 2022 stop on his José Tour 2022, which kicks off in San Antonio and wraps with a concert in Puerto Rico next June.

Tickets go on sale Friday, September 17 at noon via AXS. If you’re going you’ll need to provide proof of full COVID-19 vaccination or proof of a negative COVID test within 48 hours of the show. You’ll also have to follow Nevada’s indoor mask guidelines, assuming they haven’t changed by spring 2022.

Balvin’s tour announcement comes as the “Blanco” and “Qué Más Pues?” artist puts his stamp on a three-weekend party experience dubbed J Balvin NEON at Resorts World’s Ayu Dayclub. The event, a “multi-day musical journey curated by J Balvin,” kicked off Saturday, September 4 and returns Friday, September 10 with a weekend of performances by Tainy, Karol G, DJ Pope, Matt Paris, and Cornetto, among others. Balvin himself will perform Saturday, September 11 and return Friday, September 17 during the final weekend of NEON. 

Previously, the reggaeton singer held a residency at the short-lived KAOS club inside the Palms, and he’s been a fixture at the Latin Grammy ceremonies held on the Strip. 

It’s just a matter of time before he settles in Vegas for good and starts showing up in the background of your Sunday brunch photos.

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