Rosalia announced her Motomami tour following the release of her third studio album and tickets will be on sale very soon.
The Spanish singer has confirmed her world tour and will be performing across different cities in Europe, South and North America.
Here’s how to get tickets for the concerts, including their release date and prices.
Rosalia announces tour
On Monday (April 18th), Rosalia surprised her fans across the globe with the announcement of her 2022 Motomami world tour.
“MAMI WORLD TOUR 2022 my album came out 1 month ago today and I am so excited to announce that I’m going to do this tour in so many cities in the world,” the singer captioned her post.
Rosalia kicks off her tour in Spain in July 2022 before heading to South America in August and September in North America.
The final leg of the tour is in other European cities such as Berlin, Amsterdam and London. The concerts will take place in November and December 2022.
You can see the full poster announcement in the Instagram post below.
How to get tickets
Tickets for Rosalia’s Motomami tour go on sale on Friday, April 22nd at 10 am local time on ticketmaster.com and ticketmaster.co.uk for residents in the UK.
Those based in the UK, can purchase their London tickets on seetickets.com and set a reminder when tickets are on sale. Prices vary depending on the venue and city and prices are higher if you want to grab a good seat.
Most tickets for US concerts start from $95, while general admission tickets in Toronto start from $98 Canadian dollars.
VIP packages vary from location to location but expect to pay nearly $400.
According to Live Nation BE, tickets for the Belgium concert are priced between 51.40 euros (around $55 or £42) and 73.80 euros ($79 or £61).
Here are the full dates and locations for Rosalia’s Motomami tour:
- July 6th – Almería, ES – Recinto Ferial de Almeria
- July 9th – Sevilla, ES – Estadio La Cartuja
- July 12th – Granada, ES – Plaza de Toros
- July 14th – Malaga, ES – Marenostrum
- July 16th – Valencia, ES – Auditorio Marina Sur
- July 19th – Madrid, ES – WiZink Center
- July 20th – Madrid, ES – WiZink Center
- July 23rd – Barcelona, ES – Palau Sant Jordi
- July 24th – Barcelona, ES – Palau Sant Jordi
- July 27th – Bilbao, ES – Bilbao Exhibition Centre BEC
- July 29th – A Coruña, ES – The Coliseo
- August 1st – Palma, ES – Son Fusteret
- August 14th – Mexico City, MX – Auditorio Nacional
- August 17th – Guadalajara, MX – Auditorio Telemex
- August 19th – Monterrey, MX – Auditorio CitiBanamex
- August 22nd – Sao Paulo, BR – Tom Brasil
- August 25th – Buenos Aires, AR – Arena Movistar
- August 28th – Santiago, CL – Movistar Arena
- August 31st – Bogota, CO – Movistar Arena
- September 3rd – La Romana, DR – Altos De Chavon Amphitheater
- September 9th – San Juan, PR – The Coliseo
- September 15th – Boston, MA – MGM Music Hall at Fenway
- September 18th – New York, NY – Radio City Music Hall
- September 19th – New York, NY – Radio City Music Hall
- September 23rd – Toronto, ON – Budweiser Stage
- September 26th – Washington, D.C. – The Anthem
- September 28th – Chicago, IL – Byline Bank Aragon Ballroom
- October 2nd – San Diego, CA – Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre
- October 4th – San Francisco, CA – Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
- October 7th – Inglewood, CA – YouTube Theater
- October 8th – Inglewood, CA – YouTube Theater
- October 12th – Houston, TX – 713 Music Hall
- October 14th – Irving, TX – The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
- October 17th – Atlanta, GA – Coca-Cola Roxy
- October 22nd – Miami, FL – iii Points Festival
- November 25th – Porto, PT – Pavilhão Rosa Mota
- November 27th – Lisbon, PT – Campo Pequeno
- December 1st – Milan, IT – Mediolanum Forum
- December 4th – Berlin, DE – Velodrom
- December 7th – Dusseldorf, DE – Mitsubishi Electric Hall
- December 10th – Amsterdam, NL – AFAS Live
- December 12th – Brussels, BE – Forest National
- December 15th – London, UK – The O2
- December 18th – Paris, FR – Accor Arena