J Balvin Postpones ‘Jose’ North American Tour, Cites Covid-Related Production Setbacks

J Balvin is rescheduling the entirety of his North American Jose tour, which was set to begin in San Antonio on April 19. The decision to postpone comes a week ahead of its launch as the artist cited Covid-related delays and challenges in production.

“Throughout the past year, we have been working tirelessly to bring you an exciting and immersive ‘Jose’ Tour experience where everyone feels welcome to the party,” Balvin wrote to his fans. “Covid has caused some unforeseen production challenges, and I wouldn’t be able to keep my promise of giving you the absolute best show possible. Because I believe you deserve that, I’ve made the difficult decision to reschedule the tour.”

The 28-date tour was scheduled in support of Balvin’s fifth studio album Jose, shared back in September. He expressed that new dates are in the works with more information to come in the following weeks.

“I’m continuously in awe of all your love and support and I can’t wait to see you on the road where we will celebrate together and keep the good vibes rolling,” he added.

Touring aside, Balvin is still on the up. Most recently, the Colombian singer and rapper teamed up with Ed Sheeren for a pair of collaborations: “Forever My Love” and “Sigue.”

Music

Products You May Like

Articles You May Like

Classical/Rock Violinist Daisy Jopling Guests On The Mike Wagner Show on iHeart Radio

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.