Tickets on sale Mar 3rd
GRAMMY nominated and five-time Latin GRAMMY winner, critically acclaimed, singer-songwriter Camilo has announced his upcoming Camilo – North American Tour 2022. The trek, presented by entertainment company Loud And Live, will kick off on August 27th in New York at Radio City Music Hall, and will continue through November hitting major cities such as Miami, Houston, Dallas, Los Angeles, Chicago, Boston, Atlanta, Toronto, Puerto Rico and more.
This marks the first time Camilo will offer his show in the country’s main arenas as well as in two Canadian cities, a notable feat not only for Camilo, but for La Tribu who have supported him from the start of his career.
“After collaborating in 2021 on Camilo’s first and successful tour, Mis Manos US Tour, it is an honor to announce his return to the arenas of the United States, Puerto Rico and Canada with his Camilo – North American Tour 2022,” states Nelson Albareda, CEO of Loud And Live.
Pre-sales will go live on Monday, February 28th and tickets will go on sale to the general public beginning March 3rd at 10 am local time in each market via Ticketmaster.
Before starting this tour, he will perform in Paris, London, Zurich, Milan and 16 cities in Spain starting June 23rd.
Most recently, Camilo wrapped up his sold out Mis Manos Tour in December 2021 in Mexico after visiting major US cities as well as Puerto Rico, Argentina and Colombia.
Currently the admired singer-songwriter is working on his next studio album.
Camilo North American Tour 2022 Dates:
Aug 27 – New York City @ Radio City Music Hall
Sept 10 – Miami @ FTX Arena
Sept 17 – Ft Myers, FL @ Hertz Arena
Sept 18 – Orlando @ Amway Center
Sept 21 – Hidalgo @ Bert Ogden Arena
Sept 22 – Houston @ Smart Financial Centre
Sept 24 – Dallas @ American Airlines Center
Sept 25 – San Antonio @ Freeman Coliseum
Sept 28 – Laredo @ Sames Auto Arena
Sept 30 – El Paso @ Utep Don Haskin Center
Oct 2 – San Diego @ Pechanga Arena
Oct 14 – Los Angeles @ Microsoft Theater
Oct 15 – Sacramento @ Golden 1 Center
Oct 16 – San Jose @ Sap Center
Oct 20 – Toronto @ Coca Cola Coliseum
Oct 23 – Montreal @ Place Bell
Oct 28 – Chicago @ Allstate Arena
Oct 30 – Boston @ Agganis Arena
Nov 3 – Reading @ Santander Arena
Nov 4 – Washington DC @ EagleBank Arena
Nov 5 – Greensoboro, NC @ Greensboro Coliseum
Nov 6 – Atlanta @ Gas South Arena
Nov 12 – San Juan @ Coliseo de Puerto Rico