Rosalía announced this Monday her first world tour, called Motomami World Tour, which will tour Spain, Latin America and the United States. The start date will be July 6 in Almería (Spain), from where she will depart to other Spanish cities to finish in European capitals. Tickets for the 46 concerts that make up the tour will go on sale on her website this Friday, April 22, at 10:00 in the morning, according to the local time of each of the 15 countries that the author of ‘Saoko’ will visit. , reported his team in a statement.
Since the dates of several of her next presentations were leaked, apparently by mistake, the expectation to see how Rosalía translates her innovative and irreverent ‘Motomami’ live has not stopped growing on social networks. After the concert on July 6 in Almería, which will take place at the Recinto Ferial and where the world tour will begin, the Catalan singer-songwriter will travel through Spain with a double stop in Madrid, on July 19 and 20 at the WiZink Center ; and in Barcelona, on the 23rd and 24th at the Palau Sant Jordi.
Before it will pass through Seville, on July 9; by Granada, on July 12; by Malaga, on July 14 and by Valencia, on July 16. The Spanish tour will end in Bilbao on July 27; in La Coruña, on July 29 and in Palma de Mallorca, on August 1.
On her jump to the American continent, Rosalía will give three concerts in Mexico: Mexico City (August 14), Guadalajara (August 17) and Monterrey (August 19). She will also visit Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Colombia, the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico and Canada.
In the United States, he will make presentations in cities such as Boston, Washington, San Francisco and Atlanta; with a double recital at the Radio City Music Hall in New York and the YouTube Theater in Los Angeles. In the last months of the year she will return to Europe, where she will tour Portugal, Italy, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium and the United Kingdom until closing the tour in Paris on December 18.
The tour confirms the international star status enjoyed by Rosalía, who hopes to fill spaces such as the National Auditorium of Mexico and the Movistar Arena in Bogotá, both with capacity for more than 10,000 spectators.
The expectations for the concerts of the Catalan are high, thanks to the good reception that her album ‘Motomami’ has had, which is breaking records and in which she deals with classic reggaeton, flamenco, boleros, the rapid verb of American rappers or jazz interludes. Since its publication 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 Anglo-Saxon press, which has rated its album with one of the highest average scores in the decade.