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Rosalía announces huge world tour


Rosalía has today (April 18) shared details of a world tour – check out the dates below.

READ MORE: Rosalía – ‘Motomami’ review: an electrifying serve from a left-field mastermind

The ‘Motomani World Tour’ will be Rosalía’s first world tour and will see her travel to 15 countries for a 46-date run.

The tour begins in July in Almería, Spain at Recinto Ferial de Almeria and will then make stops in Barcelona, Madrid, Mexico City, São Paulo, Santiago, New York, Toronto, Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, Milan, Amsterdam, London and more before wrapping in Paris at the French capital’s Accor Arena.

Tickets for the tour go on sale on April 22 and 10am local time. You can buy tickets for the shows here.


JULY06 – Almería, Spain – Recinto Ferial de Almeria09 – Sevilla, Spain – Estadio La Cartuja12 – Granada, Spain – Plaza de Toros14 – Malaga, Spain – Marenostrum16 – Valencia, Spain – Auditorio Marina Sur19 – Madrid, Spain – WiZink Center20 – Madrid, Spain – WiZink Center23  – Barcelona, Spain – Palau Sant Jordi24 – Barcelona, Spain – Palau Sant Jordi27 – Bilbao, Spain – Bilbao Exhibition Centre BEC29 – A Coruña, Spain – The Coliseo

AUGUST01 – Palma, Spain – Son Fusteret14 – Mexico City, Mexico – Auditorio Nacional17 – Guadalajara, Mexico – Auditorio Telemex19 – Monterrey, Mexico – Auditorio CitiBanamex22 – Sao Paulo, Brazil – Tokio Marine Hall25 – Buenos Aires, Argentina – Arena Movistar28 – Santiago, Chile – Movistar Arena31 – Bogota, Colombia – Movistar Arena

SEPTEMBER03 – La Romana, Dominican Republic – Altos De Chavon Amphitheater09 – San Juan, Puerto Rico – The Coliseo15 – Boston, MA – MGM Music Hall at Fenway18 – New York, New York – Radio City Music Hall19 – New York, New York – Radio City Music Hall23 – Toronto, Canada – Budweiser Stage26 – Washington, D.C. – The Anthem28 – Chicago, Illinois – Byline Bank Aragon Ballroom

OCTOBER02 – San Diego, California – Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre04 – San Francisco, California – Bill Graham Civic Auditorium07  – Inglewood, California – YouTube Theater08 – Inglewood, California – YouTube Theater12 – Houston, Texas – 713 Music Hall14 – Irving, Texas – The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory17 – Atlanta, Georgia – Coca-Cola Roxy22 – Miami, FL – iii Points Festival

NOVEMBER25 – Porto, Portugal – Altice Forum Braga27 – Lisbon, Portugal – Altice Arena

DECEMBER01 – Milan, Italy – Mediolanum Forum04 – Berlin, Germany – Velodrom07 – Dusseldorf, Germany – Mitsubishi Electric Hall10 – Amsterdam, Netherlands – AFAS Live12 – Brussels, Belgium – Forest National15 – London, United Kingdom – The O218 – Paris, France – AccorHotels Arena

Rosalía’s album ‘Motomami’, which dropped on March 18, received a glowing five-star review from NME’s Nick Levine, who described the record and its songs as some of “the most thrilling, forward-thinking and discombobulating music we’re likely to hear all year”.

“Rosalía isn’t so much carving out her own lane as building her own ultra-modern, super-bendy sonic motorway. It’s one you’ll want to hurtle down again and again.”

Recently, Rosalía shared her admiration for BLACKPINK member Lisa, and also sent the K-pop star a copy of her latest album ‘Motomami’.

The Spanish singer-songwriter recently sat down for an interview with Radio Disney México in light of the release of her latest album. During the interview, she was asked if she would be open to venturing into Asian music.

“I really like Lisa [of BLACKPINK]. I’m a fan of her,” she sai [as translated by Koreaboo]. However, when asked about the possibility of a collaboration between the two musicians, Rosalía said that she would have to leave that up to fate though continued to praise Lisa.

“I really love her, this girl dances so well,” she said.

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