One of the most recognized urban artists worldwide, J Balvin announces the suspension of his US tour, announced in September 2021 that he would embark on a series of concerts with his “José Tour 2022”, even revealing the dates and places where he would perform.
The tour included 28 confirmed concerts in cities in the United States such as San Francisco, Las Vegas, Tucson, Portland, Miami, Charlotte, New York, Houston, Dallas, Atlanta and Washington DC, as well as Montreal and Toronto, in Canada.
However, the Colombian reggaeton player has just announced through his social networks the suspension of the tour, which was scheduled to start on April 19, in San Antonio, Texas, due to “unforeseen production challenges” related to the pandemia.
J Balvin announces the suspension of his US tour
These difficulties prevent him from offering his followers “the best possible show”, before which he is forced to make the “difficult decision” to postpone the “José Tour 2022” until further notice.
“To All My Fans: During this past year we have worked tirelessly to offer you a show like no other where everyone feels welcome at the party of every performance on the ‘Jose’ USA tour. However, Covid-19 has caused some unforeseen production challenges that will not allow me to keep my promise to give you the best show possible” Balvin explained in an Instagram post.
“My team continues to work out every single detail, and we will give you the new dates in a few weeks. Your tickets will remain valid. I feel 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 high vibes” he concluded in a message he shared in Spanish and English.
With the launch of his new album “José”, it was already expected that it would be accompanied by great surprises such as his 2022 tour, but everything indicates that fans will have to be a little more patient for the rearrangement of dates and that the artist announce them again.
Recall that a couple of months ago, J Balvin went through difficult times after his mother had to be admitted to the intensive care unit at a hospital in Medellín, Colombia, after complications from Covid.
Mrs. Alba Mery Balvin was hospitalized for several days after contracting coronavirus and although she had been stable, her health later became complicated. Fortunately, Alba managed to overcome the disease after two weeks hospitalized.
It should be noted that the increase in Covid infections led to the fact that at the beginning of this week, the city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, became the first large city in the United States to re-impose the use of masks indoors.