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Maluma is going back on tour, unveiling U.S. dates and venues of his Papi Juancho 2021 World Tour on Monday (Feb. 22).
“I can’t believe I’m finally announcing my next tour, I’m crying of joy,” he expressed on Instagram. “I miss you guys, finallyyyyyyyy!!!!!!!!!”
The U.S. leg of his tour will kick off on Sept. 2 at the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, Calif., and will run until Oct. 24 at Allstate Arena in Chicago, IL.
The fall tour, produced by Cardenas Marketing Network (CMN), will also make pit stops in cities such as Las Vegas, New York, Atlanta, and Miami, to name a few, with additional tour dates potentially added in the coming weeks.
"I couldn't be more excited to announce my return to the concert stage. It’s what I have been dreaming about for months and we are going to celebrate together like never before,” the Colombian singer expressed in a press statement. “It’s going to be a celebration! This will be my fourth U.S. tour and I am planning a brand new show full of surprises for my fans and lots of new music off my last two albums ‘Papi Juancho’ and ‘7DJ.’”
General tickets go on sale at 10:00 a.m. local time on February 26 via Ticketmaster. An exclusive fan pre-sale on Feb. 25 will be made available by Maluma on Instagram as well as a pre-sale by CMN and WK Entertainment using the code: CMN, WKE.
According to the statement, “CMN will follow and comply with recommendations and guidelines imposed by governmental authorities and public health departments.”
Based on current North Carolina state regulations, no public tickets will be available for the 2021 Atlantic Coast Conference men’s and women’s basketball tournaments, the ACC announced Thursday. Admission to each game of the event will be limited to family and guests of team personnel.
Both tournaments will be held at Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, North Carolina. The women’s basketball tournament is scheduled for March 3-7 and the men’s tournament is March 9-13. The ACC and its 15 member institutions will continue to follow the policies and protocols in the ACC’s Medical Advisory Report.
The ACC Women’s Basketball Tournament first round (Wednesday), second round (Thursday) and quarterfinal (Friday) games will be broadcast on the Regional Sports Networks. The semifinals will air on ACC Network and the championship game will be televised on ESPN2. All men’s tournament games will air on either ACC Network or ESPN/ESPN2.
The Greensboro Coliseum Complex has instituted the Patron Health Initiative, a program dedicated to the safety of patrons, staff and performers stemming from the COVID-19 outbreak. Face coverings are mandatory for every person in the facility and must be worn at all times, except while actively eating and drinking in your seat.
Should local and state guidelines change, the league would take those under consideration.