On March 14, Bad Bunny performed on the mainland of United States of America for the first time as a headliner of his own tour at the American Airlines Arena in Miami, Florida. Bad Bunny's X100PRE Tour is a fully interactive experience as fans in attendance were provided with bracelets prior to entering the venue. At approximately 10 p.m., the lights inside the American Airlines Arena shut off creating total darkness, the bracelets provided to the fans instantaneously lit up as Bad Bunny magically appeared on stage to open his set with "Ni Bien, Ni Mal," followed by "200 mph" and "Quien Tu Eres."
Bad Bunny's 360 degree, cross-shaped, illuminating stage platform forced the Latin Trap rapper to interact with his fellowship on each side of the stadium, providing him with the stage presence of a musical act that's been performing for decades. The "I Like It" rapper's stage was also lined with pyrotechnics and featured a multitude of vivid graphics that were synchronized with his wide array of chart-topping tracks as he performed songs like “Chambea,” “Tu No Metes Cabra” and “Te Bote,” and what appeared to be a Miami-favorite, "Amorfoda" according to Billboard.
In between songs, Bad Bunny took his time to thank his mainland fans while also speaking on the importance of respect and community. The Puerto Rican native also didn't come alone, Bad Bunny brought along collaborators like J Balvin, Zion, and Ñejo while Lil Pump (Tickets) popped up on stage to perform his hit single, "Gucci Gang."
With less than half a decade in the music industry and one official studio album under his belt, Bad Bunny has proven he's worthy of becoming one of the most elite acts in the business and his live show production has proven just that. Bad Bunny's X100PRE Tour is currently closing out the month of March with a string of shows in Texas and will eventually come to a close at the end of April.
If you happen to be in the Southern California area and want to check out Bad Bunny's current X100PRE Tour, be sure to get your tickets for Bad Bunny's Los Angeles tour stop at the Staples Center while supplies last (Tickets). Tickets for the live show on April 22 can be purchased, here.
Check out concert footage provided by Pulso Pop News of Bad Bunny and Zion performing their hit song, "Caile" at the American Airlines Arena in Miami, Florida on March 14 in the video provided above. Stick with AXS for tickets to the hottest entertainers in concert, live shows, sporting events, festivals, and more.