Rosalia Announces Massive “Motomami” World Tour

Spanish singer Rosalia has announced the dates for a massive world tour in support of her breakthrough album “Motomami”, which will be launched with 12 dates in Spain in July and will cover a total of 46 shows in 15 countries across Europe. from North America and Latin America and will see her for the rest of the year. The dates appear below.

Variety called “Motomami,” Rosalia’s third album, “an album as musically innovative as we heard last year. He finds her delivering on all the promise and innovation those releases suggested and so much more, while keeping the sound rooted in her stunning voice (and singing entirely in Spanish). There have been plenty of songs and albums that are generally in this innovative direction of pop and hip-hop, but it’s hard to think of any that’s based on such a jaw-droppingly talented singer.

Of his carefully calculated ascent, Variety said in a 2019 article titled “Is Rosalia the Next Global Music Superstar?” “She does it on her own terms and according to her own plan, without a hit single or even a song sung in English (even though she is almost fluent), which is doubly remarkable in the American music market, traditionally phobic of foreign languages.

Tickets go on sale Friday, April 22 at 10 a.m. local time.

ROSALÍA – MOTOMAMI WORLD TOUR 2022 DATES:

Wed Jul 06 – Almería, Spain – Almeria Exhibition Center

Saturday July 9 – Seville, Spain – La Cartuja Stadium

Tuesday July 12 – Granada, Spain – Bullring

Thu July 14 – Malaga, Spain – Marenostrum

Saturday July 16 – Valencia, Spain – Marina Sur Auditorium

Tuesday, July 19 – Madrid, Spain – WiZink Center

Wed July 20 – Madrid, Spain – WiZink Center

Sat July 23 – Barcelona, ​​Spain – Palau Sant Jordi

Sun July 24 – Barcelona, ​​Spain – Palau Sant Jordi

Wednesday July 27 – Bilbao, Spain – Bilbao Exhibition Center BEC

Friday July 29 – La Coruña, Spain – The Colosseum

Monday August 1 – Palma, Spain – Son Fusteret

Sunday August 14 – Mexico City, Mexico – National Auditorium

Thu August 25 – Buenos Aires, Argentina – Movistar Arena

Sunday August 28 – Santiago, Chile – Movistar Arena

Wednesday August 31 – Bogota, Colombia – Movistar Arena

Saturday, September 3 – La Romana, Dominican Republic – Altos De Chavon Amphitheater

Thu Sept. 15 – Boston, MA – MGM Music Hall at Fenway

Sunday, September 18 – New York, New York – Radio City Music Hall

Monday, September 19 – New York, New York – Radio City Music Hall

Friday, September 23 – Toronto, Canada – Budweiser Stage

Monday, September 26 – Washington, DC – The Anthem

Wednesday, September 28 – Chicago, Illinois – Byline Bank Aragon Ballroom

Sunday, October 2 – San Diego, CA – Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theater

Tuesday, October 4 – San Francisco, CA – Bill Graham Civic Auditorium

Friday, October 7 – Inglewood, CA – YouTube Theater

Saturday, October 8 – Inglewood, CA – YouTube Theater

Wednesday, October 12 – Houston, Texas – 713 Music Hall

Friday, October 14 – Irving, Texas – The Toyota Music Factory Pavilion

Monday, October 17 – Atlanta, Georgia – Coca-Cola Roxy

Saturday, October 22 – Miami, Florida – iii Points Festival

Friday, November 25 – Porto, Portugal – Rosa Mota Pavilion

Saturday November 26 – Lisbon, Portugal – Campo Pequeno

Thu December 1 – Milan, Italy – Milan Forum

Sunday, December 4 – Berlin, Germany – Velodrom

Wednesday, December 7 – Düsseldorf, Germany – Mitsubishi Electric Hall

Saturday December 10 – Amsterdam, Netherlands – AFAS Live

Monday, December 12 – Brussels, Belgium – Forest National

Thu December 15 – London, UK – The O2

Sunday December 18 – Paris, France – Accor Arena

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