Just Announced: Pitbull’s September 18th concert at the StateFarm Arena in Hidalgo, TX has been cancelled.
Pitbull finished his Bad Man Tour with a bang last night at the Pepsi Center in Denver, CO! The 28-show tour was Pitbull’s very first solo-headlining arena tour in North America.
Pitbull brought The Bad Man Tour to Chi-Town last night for an exhilarating 27th show on the tour. He brought the house down as he performed his unforgettable 80-minute set at … Continue Reading The Bad Man Tour: Pitbull Sets the Roof on Fire at Chicago’s United Center
Pitbull’s Bad Man Tour rolled into the Brick City last night for the 26th show on the North American tour.
Mr. Worldwide brought the party to Boston’s TD Garden last night (Aug. 12) for the 25th show on The Bad Man Tour.
Just Announced: Pitbull’s August 21 concert at the Rabobank Arena in Bakersfield, CA with Becky G has been cancelled.
Mr. 305 brought The Bad Man Tour to the 6ix last night (Aug. 10) for the 24th show on the tour, where he played Toronto’s Molson Canadian Amphitheatre.
Pitbull brought The Bad Man Tour to Detroit, MI as he performed to a packed crowd of over 15,000 fans at the DTE Energy Music Theatre.
Mr. Worldwide brought his Bad Man Tour to the Bethel Woods Center for The Arts in Bethel, NY last night (August 7) for the 22nd show on the tour.
Pitbull’s The Bad Man Tour rolled into Hartford, CT’s XFINITY Theatre last night (August 6) for the 21st show on the tour.
Pitbull brought The Bad Man Tour to Allentown, PA’s PPL Center last night (August 5) for the 20th show on the tour.
Pitbull took the stage at Washington D.C.’s Verizon Center last night (August 4) for the 19th show on The Bad Man Tour.
“It feels good to be home!” exclaimed Pitbull at the beginning of his set at the BB&T Center in Fort Lauderdale last night.
Mr. Worldwide took the stage at Tampa FL’s Amalie Arena last night (July 30) for the 16th show on The Bad Man Tour.
While halfway through of his Bad Man Tour, Pitbull brought the party to the Philips Arena in Atlanta, GA last night.
Pitbull brought The Bad Man Tour to San Antonio’s AT&T Center where performed to a sold-out crowd of nearly 19,000 fans!