Trueno Announces ‘El Último Baile’ 2024 Tour in the United States

The Argentine rapper’s concert run also includes dates in Latin America and Europe

Trueno is set for welcoming a new era in his music career. He will release his upcoming album, El Último Baile (The Last Dance), on May 24, which pays homage to the genre he is most passionate about: hip hop.

The Argentine artist has become a major figure for a whole new generation in the urban genre, and his fans are excited for this new stage of his career. After revealing more information about his next studio work, including its tracklist and cover, the rapper has announced the dates for his El Último Baile Tour.

The international concert run will kick off on June 7 in Guatemala and wrap up on December 19 in Santiago de Chile. Furthermore, as Trueno has already teased, more dates are to be confirmed.

 

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Latin America, Europe, and the United States are some of the destinations where fans will be able to enjoy the new songs live. He’ll be touring the U.S. in August 2024, with stops in San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York City, and Miami.

«There is nothing I like more than playing live, and even more if it is taking my country and my culture to every place I go. Thank you for giving me this opportunity, get ready to break everything!,» the singer wrote on via Instagram.

Trueno’s El Último Baile Tour Dates in the US

  • August 10 — San Francisco, Outside Lands Festival
  • August 11 — Los Ángeles, El Rey
  • August 15 — New York City, Webster Hall
  • August 17 — Miami Beach, The Fillmore

Trueno’s ‘E.U.B’

El Último Baile is undoubtedly going to become a new favorite soundtrack for his fans. The rapper will be releasing 13 songs in the next few days, and one of them has already caused a stir among his followers on social media.

Trueno performs at the Coliseum of A Coruña on October 30, 2021 in A Coruna, Spain. Cristina Andina/Redferns

It’s ‘Rain III,’ the third installment of a music trilogy that started back in 2018. We don’t yet know what Mateo (Trueno’s real name) will share in this new release, but we’re sure he’s opening up more about his own story.

Some fans have even asked if ‘E.U.B’ is Trueno’s last project. He has made it clear that this is not the case and that he will continue to delight us with his music.

Get all the information about the your favorite Latin artists’ tours in the United States here.