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All the Records Karol G Has Broken With the Mañana Será Bonito World Tour (Updating)

As the first Latina to ever embark on a global stadium tour, Karol G has broken records along the way with her Mañana Será Bonito World Tour. The stint, which is currently making is way through Latin America, takes its title after Karol’s history-making album, which, in February 2023, became the first Spanish-language album by a female Latin artist to top the Billboard 200.

The trek kicked off last summer in the United States where it became the hottest ticket, selling out Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., Metlife Stadium in New Jersey and the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif., where she became the first Latin artist to sell out two consecutive nights.

Most recently, the Colombian hitmaker’s show in San José, Costa Rica sold 104,686 tickets between the two sold-out nights (March 9-10), marking the highest ticket sales ever for a concert in the country, according to Live Nation. Her two shows in Costa Rica broke the previous record set by Coldplay in 2022. After wrapping up her Mañana Será Bonito tour in Latin America in May, Karol will make her way through Europe kicking off June 8 in Zurich and will wrap July 23 in Madrid’s Santiago Bernabéu Stadium.

According to Billboard Boxscore, in 2023, Karol — who was honored with woman of the year at Billboard‘s 2024 Women in Music event — grossed $155.3 million and sold 925,000 tickets from 20 shows. She landed at No. 11 on the 2023 Year-End Boxscore Charts. Below, an updating list of all the times Karol’s Mañana Será Bonito World Tour has broken records or made history.

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