Pitbull recently announced his plans to hit the road this summer on his headlining U.S. trek, The Bad Man Tour, and it should be a delight to his fans everywhere. He will bring special guests Prince Royce and newly-added singer and songwriter Farruko along for the ride.
The Bad Man Tour will kick off on July 6 in Fresno, Calif., and will take on cities such as Houston, Atlanta, Detroit and many more, before wrapping up in mid-August. Tickets to see Pitbull are currently on sale now.
With July just around the corner, the secondary market is steadily rising in demand for tickets to attend The Bad Man Tour this summer. According to data provided by Razorgator, tickets are currently averaging $190. Mr. Worldwide’s tour will begin at the Save Mart Center in Fresno, where tickets are averaging $237, with the lowest get-in rate at $88.
Other stops along Pitbull’s massive tour route include The Forum in Los Angeles, Calif. on July 7, where tickets are averaging $164 and the cheapest ticket is available for $42. On July 30, the Amalie Arena in Tampa, Fla. will host Pitbull, with tickets currently averaging $191, and the lowest get-in rate clocking in at $47. For his show at the Verizon Center in Washington, DC on Aug. 4, tickets are averaging $203, with the cheapest available ticket listed at $48. Parking in Washington DC, along with the other several cities Pitbull will be appearing in this summer, can be found easily and secured ahead of time through Parkwhiz.com.
Pitbull has enlisted fellow artist Prince Royce to join him out on the road for support. The singer and songwriter was recently seen out on tour opening for Ariana Grande in 2015, and is also known for singles such as “Stuck On A Feeling” feat. Snoop Dogg, and “Back It Up” feat. Pitbull himself.
Pitbull also recently announced that the Puerto Rican singer and songwriter Farruko, who is known for his collaborations with acts such as Daddy Yankee, Jory and J Alvarez, will also appear with him out on the road this summer.