Shakira in the release party of Las Mujeres No Lloran
Alicia Civita

MIAMI - Shakira revealed the dates and cities for her 'Las mujeres ya no lloranTour'. The announcement is limited to concerts in the United States and Canada, where the tour will start in November.

Tickets go on sale to the general public next Monday, but the Colombian artist has developed an interesting strategy to expand direct access to her audience, including a presale for those who subscribe to her 'wolfpack'.

The tour, Shakira's first in six years, will start in Palm Desert, California, very near Indio. It was there, during the first weekend of the Coachella Music Festival, that the She Wolf of Latin Music told her fans that a new series of concerts was coming.

"I am starting just here," she said in the middle of her Coachella performance, where she was invited by Argentinian DJ and producer Bizarrap and her partner in her megahit Session 53.

Which cities are included in Shakira's tour?

After starting in the California desert on November 3rd, Shakira will go to Phoenix on November 7th and close the west coast leg of the tour in Los Angeles on November 9th. She will then go to Texas, where she will perform in San Antonio and Dallas on November 16th and 17th.

From there, Shakira's 'Las mujeres ya no lloran tour' goes to the east coast, moving from south to north. The first stop isMiami on November 20th; then comes Charlotte, NC, on November 23rd, Washington, DC, on November 25th, and Toronto on November 30th. Yes, it's on Thanksgiving weekend, although Canada doesn't celebrate on the same date as the US.

The last part of Shakira's tour starts on December 5th in New York City. It goes to Boston on December 8th, and Montreal on December 10th. The last two announced shows will be in the Midwest. 'Las mujeres ya no lloran tour' finishes 2024 in Chicago on December 14th, and Detroit on December 15th.

Where can I buy tickets for Shakira's 'Las mujeres ya no lloran Tour'?

According to Shakira's web site, people have until Wednesday, April 17 at 11:59 PM PT to subscribe to become part of the 'wolfpack'. The fans that do it should get an email with further instructions to purchase the tickets before the general public. It doesn't clarify if they will get a discounted price or any other perks.

The venues are all sports arenas with a capacity of 15,000 people on average, which speaks of a tour less ambitious than Karol G's 'Mañana será bonito,' and Feid's 'FerxxoCalipsis',but in consonance with her last tour. 2018's 'El Dorado Tour' was also hosted by sports arenas.

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