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Romeo Santos Plans To Make a Stop in Dallas This Summer

Currently Holding Both The #1 Latin Album And #1 Latin Song In The Country…

ROMEO SANTOS Announces Details Of The First U.S. Leg Of His Highly-Anticipated FORMULA VOL. 2 Tour

– Tickets For Many Markets Are Now On-Sale –

Romeo Santos’ Formula Vol. 2 Notched The Strongest Debut Of Any Latin Album in The Last 8 Years And Has Now Exceeded Platinum Level Sales In Just Its Second Week At #1.  Simultaneously, Santos’ Single “Odio” (Featuring Drake) Is The #1 Latin Song In The Country For a 6th Straight Week Since Its Debut.

Now, The King Of Bachata – Consistently One of Latin Music’s Top Concert Draws– Is Returning To Stages Across The United States With A String Of May & June Arena Appearances Leading Up To A Historic Yankee Stadium Concert on July 12th.  Pre-Sales Begin 3/20 or 3/26 as Noted Below:


Romeo Santos’ Formula Vol. 2 Tour

5/21           San Diego, CA             Valley View Casino

5/22           Los Angeles, CA          STAPLES Center (*Pre-sale 3/26)

5/23           Oakland, CA                Oracle Center

5/25           Las Vegas, NV             Mandalay Bay

5/29           Atlanta, GA                  The arena @ Gwinnett Center

5/30           Orlando, FL                  Amway Center (*Pre-sale 3/26)

5/31           Miami, FL                    American Airlines Arena (*Pre-sale 3/26)

6/4              Houston, TX                Toyota Center

6/6              San Antonio, TX         AT&T Center

6/7              Dallas, TX                    American Airlines Center

6/11           Washington, DC          Patriot Center

6/13           Chicago, IL                   All State Arena

6/15           Philadelphia, PA          Liacouras Center/Temple U. (*Pre-sale 3/26)

6/20           Boston, MA                 Agganis Center (*Pre-sale 3/26)

7/12           New York, NY             Yankee Stadium (*Pre-sale 3/26)

– All Ticket Pre-sales begin on 3/20 unless as noted with: *Pre-sale 3/26.

 To purchase your tickets, click here.

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