Colombian superstar Karol G  wrapped up the Latin American leg of her MAÑANA SERÁ BONITO tour on May 10. After breaking records across twelve countries, she concluded with an electrifying finale in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The final show featured special appearances by Pedro Bial and Pabllo Vittar. Surprise guests Kevin O Chris, and DJ Dennis added to the night’s excitement, ensuring an unforgettable night for fans.

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Karol G’s MAÑANA SERÁ BONITO tour, which broke records in the United States, surpassed expectations during its twelve-country journey through Latin America. Each show celebrated music and culture, showcasing Karol G’s powerful vocals and stage presence. The tour offered outstanding visuals, choreography, and a setlist comprising popular hits, creating a standout concert experience for the attendees. Kicking off the shows in Latin America, the singer held her own two day festival in her hometown of Medellin, Colombia.

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Karol G’s achievements in Latin America include breaking records in various countries, such as selling out multiple nights at prestigious venues and setting records for ticket sales. The start of the LATAM leg came on the heels of her history-making GRAMMY win for Best Música Urbana Album, awarded to the  tour’s 2023 namesake album – Mañana Será Bonito. The finale follows her show-stopping debut at the Met Gala, embodying the event’s theme in a stunning Marc Jacobs gown, where she was lauded as one of the best-dressed celebrities of the night by EnVi.

The excitement surrounding the MAÑANA SERÁ BONITO TOUR continues as Karol G prepares for her MAÑANA SERÁ BONITO EUROPE SUMMER TOUR. The tour, starting in Switzerland on June 8, will feature 18 shows across several European countries, including Germany, France, Italy, and Spain. Already, Karol G has made history by becoming the first artist to sell out four consecutive shows at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium in Madrid, further solidifying her status as a global music sensation.

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