Latin music artists Europa 2024
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Europe is sizzling this summer with the vibrant rhythms and performances of Latin music stars and the passion of their fans. From sold-out concerts to highly anticipated tours, artists like Luis Miguel, Karol G, Christian Nodal, Manuel Turizo, and María Becerra, among many others, are making waves, ensuring that fans across the continent are treated to unforgettable musical experiences.

While Latino artists have always chosen Europe for their summer tours, the number of tickets being sold and the massive reactions of fans inside and outside of the music venues are historic.

Christian Nodal: The Heartthrob of Latin Music

Nodal Pal Cora Europa
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An artist making significant strides on the old continent is Nodal, whose unique blend of mariachi and modern sounds has garnered a massive following around the world.

Nodal's European tour included three massive shows in Zurich, Paris, and London, where he had an incredible sold-out show.

Next stops include Madrid, where he will perform at the WiZink Center on July 5, Barcelona at the Palau Sant Jordi on July 12, and Marbella on July 13. Nodal's European stint ends at the Milano Latin Festival, in Italy, on July 19.

His deeply emotional performances and heartfelt lyrics resonate with fans, while his polemic romance with Ángela Aguilar has kept him on the headlines, making his concerts highly anticipated events​.

On June 6, the king of mariacheño debuted a new song called "Kbron y Medio" and released an accompanying music video where Nodal sings about heartbreak and infidelity. Soon after the release of the track the news of his relationship with Aguilar created quite a stir.

Karol G is transforming European cities in Latin towns

Karol G's European tour has been a massive success, with tickets flying off the shelves for her concerts. The Colombian reggaeton star has captured the hearts of fans globally. Her two concerts at London's O2 Arena were standout events, selling out within minutes. She was recognized there as the artist who had achieved sold-out status the fastest in the history of the iconic venue.

Fans were treated to an electrifying performance that featured a blend of her biggest hits and stunning visuals. As Karol G continues her tour, she's set to perform in major cities like Berlin (tonight) and Lisbon, before wrapping up her "Mañana será bonito Tour" with four dates in Madrid's Santiago Bernabeu legendary stadium.

El Sol will rise in Europe

Luis Miguel started the European leg of his tour on June 28th in Córdoba, Spain. He has a total of 21 dates in the country, including an unexpected stint at Real Madrid's stadium Santiago Bernabeu. The rest of his concerts are in enclosed venues.

According to Pollstar, Luis Miguel's tour is among the three more profitable this year in the Americas. It's hard to imagine he won't achieve the same results in Europe.

Anitta, Maná, Camilo, Luis Fonsi, Manuel Turizo, Pedro Capó, Kany García, Ricky Martin, Emilia, Gente de Zona, Carlos Vives, Mon Laferte, and Feid are also among the long list of Latino artists touring Europe this summer, showing how Latin music is king around the world.

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