Colombian singer J Balvin announced on Tuesday the suspension of his “Jose” tour in the United States, which was scheduled to start on April 19, due to “unforeseen production challenges” related to the coronavirus pandemic. COVID-19.
As reported by the urban music singer himself on his Instagram account, these difficulties prevent him from offering his followers “the best show possible”before which he is forced to “hard decision” to postpone until further notice the tour that was going to start in San Antonio, Texas and included a total of 27 dates.
“I am grateful for all your love and support and at the same time I am very excited to meet each of you again on the road to celebrate together and continue with the high vibes”said the Colombian in a message in Spanish and English.
The interpreter stated that together with his team he works on every detail and that he hopes in the “next weeks” to announce the new dates of the American tour, for which the tickets will continue to be valid.
The “Jose” tour, announced in September of last year, was to conclude on June 4 in San Juan, Puerto Rico.after a route that included the main American cities, in addition to the Canadian Montreal and Toronto. The production has not given specific details how the dates that were already established and sold will be affected.
The announcement comes after the Colombian’s latest single, “Sigue”, with Ed Sheeranclimbed to number one on the list Billboard’s Latin Airplaythe thirty-fifth number one that J Balvin has achieved in the rankings of this specialized magazine.
Before that, Last month J Balvin was criticized by the Puerto Rican René Pérez, Residente, in a “tiradera”, as urban music songs are known that with their lyrics attack a particular person or situation. The disputes between Residente and J Balvin date back to 2021, when the Colombian suggested a boycott of that year’s Latin Grammy Awards ceremony.
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