Karol G Embarks On Massive European Arena and Stadium Tour

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Karol G embarks on a massive European arena and stadium tour to punctuate a chart-topping year.

Colombian superstar Karol G has announced her highly anticipated European tour debut, bringing her Mañana Será Bonito Tour to arenas and stadiums across Europe in June and July 2024.

Produced by Live Nation, the nine-country, 10-date stretch kicks off on Saturday, June 8 at Zurich, Switzerland’s Hallenstadion, with stops in Cologne, Amsterdam, London, Paris, Milan, Antwerp, Berlin, and Lisbon, before closing at Madrid, Spain’s Santiago Bernabeu Stadium on Saturday, July 20.

The European leg of the tour follows Karol’s 27-date trek across 14 cities in Latin America, with stops in countries including Colombia, Mexico, Peru, Chile, Argentina, and Brazil.

It’s been a record-breaking year for the star, who has taken the world by storm to become the first female artist to hit No. 1 on the Billboard Top 200 with a Spanish-language album. This year, Karol landed at No. 3 on Billboard’s Top Latin Artists Chart, No. 3 on Vevo’s Most Watched Artist chart in the US, and for the third consecutive year at No. 1 on Vevo’s Most Watched Artist Global list.

Beyond breaking streaming records, Karol G has dominated the stage at festivals like Lollapalooza, and award shows including the 2023 Billboard Music Awards and the VMAs — both of which saw her taking home coveted awards. She was also victorious at the 24th Latin Grammy Awards in Seville, taking home awards for Album of the Year, Best Urban/Fusion Performance, and Best Urban Music Album.

Her tour has grossed $145 million with 843,000 tickets sold across 18 show dates, but Karol G’s not finished racking up the ticket sales. The European presale starts on Wednesday, December 13 at 10 AM local time, with additional presales running throughout the week ahead of the general on-sale beginning Friday, December 15 at 10 AM local time.

Mañana Será Bonito 2024 European Tour Dates


  • 08 | Hallenstadion — Zurich, Switzerland
  • 11 | Lanxess Arena — Cologne, Germany
  • 14 | Ziggo Dome — Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • 18 | The O2 — London, UK
  • 22 | Accor Arena — Paris, France
  • 25 | Mediolanum Forum — Milan, Italy
  • 29 | Sportpaleis — Antwerp, Belgium


  • 02 | Mercedes-Benz Arena — Berlin, Germany
  • 07 | Altice Arena — Lisbon, Portugal
  • 20 | Santiago Bernabeu Stadium — Madrid, Spain