The Colombian singer Maluma returns to Barcelona to perform from his latest album, 11:11.
Metro: L1 (Red) & L3 (Green), Espanya
FGC: L8, Espanya
Maluma returns to Spain to give two concerts in Madrid and Barcelona that will have both towns talking. The performances are part of the Maluma World Tour that’s taking the Colombian all over America and Europe to promote his latest album, 11:11. His first stop in Spain will be to the Palau Sant Jordi, on the 28th of March. In setting up the shows, Maluma expressed gratitude for the support he’s felt from the people of Catalonia ever since he launched his musical career back in 2011.
On the 28th, Maluma will offer a new kind of performance, with a distinctively futuristic vibe, a band, and a troupe of 12 dancers. The concert will celebrate the singer’s trajectory, bringing all the excitement and adrenaline of his latest work along with his inimitable lyrics and trademark blend of reggaeton, trap, and other urban contemporary styles. Without a doubt, it’s sure to be a riveting live performance, given the visual effects and stage design with which Maluma typically delights audiences.
With his last world tour, Maluma sold over a million concert tickets, becoming the world’s top-grossing Latin artist. In addition, he’s received various prestigious recognitions from the music industry, including a Latin Grammy for best contemporary pop vocal album in 2018. Maluma’s also a something of a phenomenon on social networking sites, with over 23 million Facebook followers and 46 million on Instagram, figures which have made him into one of the biggest Latin music stars of our time.