Daddy Yankee only has 15 concerts left. We found some of the cheapest tickets

Daddy Yankee only has 15 concerts left. We found some of the cheapest tickets
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The King of Reggaeton is stepping down from his throne.

Daddy Yankee, 46, has just 15 concerts left on his “La Ultima Vuelta Tour” before stepping away from the music industry.

However, he’s making sure he goes out with a bang.

“I’m going to give my best production, best concert tour, and I’m going to say goodbye celebrating these 32 years of experience,” he shared in an emphatic Instagram video.

So, if you want to pay your respects to the man who brought the world “Gasolina,” “Despacito” (along with Luis Fonsi, of course), and this year’s rapturously received “LEGENDADDY,” we’ve compiled a comprehensive list of all remaining tour dates.

Plus, we did you one better and found all the cheapest upper-level tickets to get you in the door, hoping to see the King one last time.

So, sit back, throw on your favorite Daddy Yankee track — seriously, why aren’t you blasting “Gasolina” yet?— and take a look at all the lowest prices on Vivid Seats for each upcoming Daddy Yankee show.

Daddy Yankee “Lau Ultima Vuelta” 2022-2023 tour schedule

Daddy Yankee tour datesTickets start at
Tuesday, Dec. 6 at the Spectrum Center in Charlotte, NC$105
Thursday, Dec. 8 at the Prudential Center in Newark, NJ$146
Friday, Dec. 9 at the UBS Arena in Elmont, NY$122
Saturday, Dec. 10 at the Santander Arena in Reading, PA$131
Monday, Dec. 12 at Allstate Arena in Rosemont, IL$70
Tuesday, Dec. 13 at Allstate Arena in Rosemont, IL$85
Thursday, Dec. 15 at the Moody Center in Austin, TX$105
Friday, Dec. 16 at the AT&T Center in San Antonio, TX$106
Sunday, Dec. 18 at the Amway Center in Orlando, FL$136
Monday, Dec. 19 at the Amway Center in Orlando, FL$85
Wednesday, Dec. 21 at FTX Arena in Miami, FL$120
Thursday, Dec. 22 at FTX Arena in Miami, FL$127
Friday, Jan. 6 at Estadio Hiram Bithorn in San Juan, PRUSD 282
Saturday, Jan. 7 at Estadio Hiram Bithorn in San Juan, PRUSD 311
Sunday, Jan. 8 at Estadio Hiram Bithorn in San Juan, PRUSD 429

(Note: The New York Post confirmed all above prices at the publication time. All prices are subject to fluctuation and include additional fees at checkout.)

Daddy Yankee concert review

These final 15 shows will be the last leg of Daddy Yankee’s tour. The first stretch of the run took place from July 27 through Sept. 20.

Billboard reviewed his July 28 gig at Los Angeles’ Kia Forum and called the concert a “high-tech, riveting show.”

Their complete review includes 1) Daddy Yankee’s set list, 2) a recap of all the show’s wild visuals and costume changes, plus 3) a recounting of the surprising generations of fans that attended the show can be found here.

Other Latin stars on tour in 2023

Thank goodness all of the following acts aren’t also calling it quits in the near future.

Make sure to catch these five huge Latin tours in 2023 to ensure these groups keep it going for the foreseeable future.

• Wisin Y Yandel

• Anuel AA

• Los Angeles Azules

• Los Tigres Del Norte

Los Temerarios

The ultimate pilgrimage will take place in 2022, though.

On Dec. 3, the Besame Mucho Festival is taking over Los Angeles’ Dodger Stadium.

A few headliners set to electrify crowds that day include Caifanes, Los Tigres Del Norte and Sin Bandera, to name just a few.

You can snag tickets for the one-day extravaganza here.