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J Balvin announces huge London and European shows as part of massive 2024 world tour

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J Balvin has announced huge shows in London and Europe as part of his “Que Bueno Volver A Verte” 2024 world tour.The tour comes off the heels of the Spanish singer’s most recent Summer festival circuit where he headlined multiple sold-out shows in Paris, Spain, Switzerland, Singapore, Australia and many more.Kicking off on April 26 at Festhalle in Frankfurt, Germany, Balvin will then go on to hit arenas across 20 European cities including Geneva, Zurich, Milan, Vienna, Berlin, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Oslo, Stockholm, Helinski, Kaunas, Cologne, Paris, Brussels, Esch, Barcelona, Madrid, and Lisbon.

The tour will wrap up on June 5 in London at The O2 Arena.A ticket pre-sale will begin on Thursday, November 30th at 10am local time.

General ticket sales will commence on Friday, December 1 at 10am local time. Visit here for tickets and J Balvin’s official website for more information.A post shared by J Balvin (@jbalvin)Speaking about the upcoming international tour in a press release, Balvin said: “Latino Gang – I can’t wait to see you!

We’ve had so much fun together that we have to do it again! I’m thrilled to take a completely new show, with new music on the road with the ‘Que Bueno Volver a Verte’ (Good To See You Again) tour abroad next year.”He continued: “We have something very special in-store for you and I can’t wait to unveil the next chapter of music we’ve been working on.

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