Bad Bunny hit up Atlanta, Georgia, on November 3rd. Following the first leg of his sold out North American tour, the Puerto Rican artist decided to add 17 more dates. Including Atlanta's State Farm Arena, which holds a capacity of 21,000 people. DJ EU set the vibes pre-show for the crowd as they waited for the main act. Everyone enjoyed dancing to both new and throwback Latin favorites. Concertgoers were given light-up interactive wristbands, which hit every beat in the songs that played. The tour promoted X100PRE, Bad Bunny's latest solo album released back in 2018. He also performed a few songs from OASIS, which was a collaborative album with fellow reggaeton artist, J Balvin. It was no surprise that the crowd knew the words to every song, seeing as Bad Bunny is a globally recognized artist. People came from all parts of the world just to see him perform live. The amount of diversity represented in the crowd was truly beautiful sight. If you'd like to be part of this experience, don't hesitate to grab tickets for Bad Bunny's upcoming shows. #LatinoGang.
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