Bad Bunny "Most Wanted Tour" Miami
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MIAMI - Puerto Rican superstar and indisputable Latin music king Bad Bunny concluded his stunning "Most Wanted Tour" with three spectacular, sold-out concerts in Miami. The tour, promoted by Live Nation, spanned 46 dates in 30 different arenas, grossing approximately $208 million and selling over 700,000 tickets. He now holds the record for the highest earnings in the history of the Barclays Center, surpassing Jay-Z's.

The numbers show a very different image from the pictures of empty arenas and losses.

In Miami, el Conejo Malo closed the U.S. leg of the tour saying goodbye to the county. He wasn't alone, as supermodel and (ex?) girlfriend Kendall Jenner doesn't seem to have left his side since they were seen leaving their hotel together the morning after the Met Gala. While the Kardashian's younger sister previously hid from the cameras, she didn't seem to have any problems being recorded and photographed with him, even in some playful and sexy moments.

Bad Bunny's historic "Most Wanted Tour"

Since its start in Salt Lake City in February, the "Most Wanted Tour" captivated audiences with its unique combination of powerful performances, impressive visual effects, and Bad Bunny's unmatched charisma. While some nights the audience reported to have seen him quiet, at times looking sideways - as in the show in Houston, Benito was at his best in Miami. Talkative, even playful. And above all, very grateful for the support.

As it happened every night of the tour, the last show began with a 10-minute musical performance by The Philharmonic Orchestra Project, comprised of 24 exceptional musicians. The group was directed by the Colombian Grammy-winning producer, composer, and conductor Carlitos López. In addition to opening the show with "Nadie Sabe" and "Mónaco," orchestra members made appearances among the audience during "Mr. October."

In Miami, the over two-hour show was divided into four segments, taking attendees on a journey through each chapter of Bad Bunny's illustrious career. A carefully curated setlist, starting with a current presentation featuring tracks from "Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va a Pasar Mañana," delighted fans with a medley of trap songs reminiscent of his early career, such as "Diles," "Chambea," "Soy Peor," and "Tu No Metes Cabra."

Then came a medley of hits like "La canción," and "Callaita", which Bad Bunny sang with the lonely company of a grand piano (and the screaming voices of the over 24,000 fans that filled the Kaseya Center to the brim).

The night also included surprises and fan favorites like "Un Verano Sin Ti" and "YHLQMDLG." Additionally, there were performances of songs like "Yo perreo sola," "Safaera," and "Me porto bonito."

Bad Bunny Miami
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A masterful production

The tour's production was a visual and auditive experience, featuring two stages, one of them with raising capabilities, and a floating runway. He also had world class light design and intricate pyrotechnics.

In spite of the size of the venue, the show felt intimate, with Benito making sure that he got close to most segments of the arena. It was also a masterful theatrical experience divided into four acts, completed with lasers, explosions, smoke columns, and a cast of 20 dancers. Beyond the visual spectacles, Benito surprised his fans in various cities, including New York, Los Angeles, Houston, and Sacramento, among others, with guest artists such as Bryant Myers, Eladio Carrión, Feid, Grupo Frontera, Mora, and Young Miko.

Not in Miami, though Benito carried the show himself, and he really didn't need anyone else.

Bad Bunny and Kendall Jenner take Miami

The fans went wild when he did enter the stage on a horse after the second intermission, and applauded him for minutes. Many also spent part of the night trying to spot Miss Jenner, as she was seen during the first two Miami shows.

She was there! and not only fans captured her image by one of the entrances to the floor, but there are videos of the couple in their hotel, around town, and even being playful with each other backstage. While this second time around, there has been no official statement about the nature of their relationship, people are convinced they are back on.

As the "Most Wanted Tour" comes to an end, the Latin Grammy and Grammy winner prepares to return to the la isla del encanto. The highly anticipated three sold-out concerts will take place on June 7, 8, and 9 at the Coliseo de Puerto Rico. With Kendall? Only time and the paparazzi (and internet stalkers) will tell.

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