Bad Bunny: if you did not reach tickets, they announced a second date at the Azteca Stadium

File photo of Puerto Rican artist Bad Bunny. EFE/Thais Llorca

Given the high demand for tickets to World’s Hottest Tour in Mexico City, bad bunny announced a second date. Now, in addition to December 9, 2022, the Puerto Rican will delight his thousands of Mexican fans on December 10 at the Azteca Stadium.

During the morning of this Tuesday began the special pre-sale of tickets in Ticketmaster for cardholders of Citibanamex. The eager fans entered the platform with the dream of getting tickets for the long-awaited reggaeton music show, while the general public will look for a miracle at 11:00 in the morning on February 10.

The longing of the fans was fading after the euphoria that was unleashed during the pre-sale due to the low availability, almost zero, left for those who hoped to buy their tickets in a couple of days, when bad bunny He surprised them with a second date for CDMX, as confirmed ocesa via Twitter.

Bad Bunny opens a new date for Bad Bunny at the Azteca Stadium Photo: Ocesa
Bad Bunny opens a new date for Bad Bunny at the Azteca Stadium Photo: Ocesa

Because you asked for it, the second Azteca Stadium date is added. Don’t stop the mischief!”, reads the tweet.

Within the publication, Ocesa confirmed that the special pre-sale of tickets was a success, as he anticipated on social networks, since since the interpreter of Yonaguni announced that he would step on Mexican lands with his tour, his fans did everything to get enough money to buy their tickets. Until now, the concert on December 9 is already sold outbut hope for faithful reggaeton lovers persists after the announcement.

Those interested in attending the concert that will take place on December 10 will be able to access another special Citibanamex presale on Ticketmaster starting at noon this Tuesday. At the close of this information, the platform marks little availability on the two dates that will take place at the Azteca Stadium.

New date for Bad Bunny at the Azteca Stadium Photo: Ticketmaster
New date for Bad Bunny at the Azteca Stadium Photo: Ticketmaster

According to information from Ticketmaster, Prices range from 600 to 8,450 Mexican pesos. Fans who want to be as close as possible to Bad Bunny, that is, in the Pit Areawill have to pay the 8 thousand 450 pesos, while those who prefer to be in the court will pay from 3 thousand 600 pesos.

But if what you are looking for is to enjoy Bad Bunny’s hits without getting into debt, with much more accessible prices, they will be able to access the stands from 600 to 3 thousand 336 pesos. It is worth mentioning that the sale of tickets has no age limit, so both children and adults can attend the event, however, it should be considered that infants who are three years old must pay their ticket.

The news about the new date at the Azteca Stadium shocked social network users, who quickly positioned Bad Bunny at the top of trends on Twitter, while Ocesa’s publication was filled with reactions from Internet users who ranged from messages of encouragement and memes even some other complaint.

(Capture: @El_kasss/Twitter)
(Capture: @El_kasss/Twitter)

“When I have a son I will make two savings funds for him from birth, one for his university and another in case he suddenly comes across a Bad Bunny concert and wants to go”, “When your turn in line to buy tickets at Ticketmaster for the Bad Bunny concert it is 250,572″, were some of the messages they wrote jokingly.

the long awaited World’s Hottest Tour It will start on August 5 in Florida, United States and will end in December with three dates in Mexico; the 3 in Monterrey, the 9 and 10 in the CDMX.


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