Maluma Adds European Dates to His ‘Maluma World Tour’

Latin music’s youth idol Maluma has just announced new concert dates in Europe and Israel, marking the very first time he will perform in London, Amsterdam, Paris, Dusseldorf, Ulm, Milan, Naples, Rome and Tel Aviv.

Leading up to those dates, Maluma will also make eight tour stops in Spain as part of his second tour of the country. Check out the dates, below.

September 8           Tenerife              Recinto Portuario
September 9           Gran Canaria     Anexo Estadio Gran Canaria
September 13         Bilbao                 BEC, Bilbao Exhibition Center
September 17         Barcelona           Palau Sant Jordi 
September 20         Madrid                WiZink Center
September 22          Murcia               Plaza de Toros de Murcia
September 23          Málaga              Auditorio Municipal de Málaga
September 24          Seville               Auditorio Rocío Jurado
September 26          London              Shepherd’s Bush Empire
September 28          Amsterdam        AFAS Live
September 30          Paris                  Le Zénith
October 2                 Dusseldorf         ISS Dome
October 3                 Ulm                    Ratiopharm Arena
October 6                 Milan                  Pala Yamamay
October 7                 Naples               Palapartenope
October 8                 Rome                 Atlantico Live
October 12               Tel Aviv               Live Park

* Additional dates may be confirmed in the coming weeks.

Maluma recently closed his third Mexican tour last night, making history after selling out every single venue in which he performed marking a resounding success, unprecedented by any urban artist, nor be any Colombian artist.

Maluma also closed the tour with yet another milestone. . . selling out the Arena Ciudad de México, this past Saturday, May 20th, becoming the first urban artist and also the first Colombian to achieve the feat. The tour marked his third consecutive sold outs at both the Arena Monterrey and the Auditorio Telmex in Guadalajara and his second sold out in a row at the Estadio Gasmart baseball stadium in Tijuana.