Last March, he announced his retirement and yesterday kicked off his last concert tour
With over 85 SOLD OUT dates, global icon Daddy Yankee‘s world tour, “La Última Vuelta”, began with unprecedented success. Denver, Colorado witnessed the historic event on Monday, July 25, where the reggaeton pioneer kicked off his farewell tour: a moment in time no one imagined would happen.
The Ball Arena in Denver, Colorado turned off its lights at approximately 9:00 PM (Local Time) creating a euphoric state where the crowd of 20,000 would experience the energy of one of the greatest Latin artists of all time and bid farewell to a legend. The show kicked off with “Campeón”, a track from Yankee’s latest album LEGENDADDY. With a masterful production, including a spectacular show of lights, visuals and multiple set changes, the show gave the audience a one-of-a-kind experience. From Villa Kennedy in Carolina, Puerto Rico to the world, Yankee took fans on a musical journey that celebrated his legacy and the biggest hits from his three decade career, including “Machucando”, “Lo Que Pasó Pasó”, “Ella Me Levantó”, among others. The show highlighted over 30 songs and included some of his newest hits featured on his most recent album LEGENDADDY, including “Remix”, “Rumbatón” and “HOT”.
For one last time, Daddy Yankee will canvas the world on his farewell tour “LA ÚLTIMA VUELTA” (The Last Round). Promoted by Cardenas Marketing Network and Raphy Pina, MR Sold Out, the five-month trek includes some of the rapper-songwriters’ biggest headline shows in North America and Latin America to date. Additionally, he will perform three tour dates in Puerto Rico on January 6, 7 and 8, 2023.