- Bad Bunny has announced that he will be giving a free concert in Mexico City’s Zócalo in 2023, following a request from President Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
- The concert is intended to make up for issues that arose during a recent show at the Azteca Stadium, where thousands of people were left outside the venue because their tickets were allegedly cloned.
- The artist has had a successful year, breaking records with his World’s Hottest Tour and being the most listened to on Spotify with his song “Tití me preguntó.”
- The date of the concert has not yet been announced by the government agencies in charge of organizing the event.
Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio, better known as Bad Bunny, closes the year in a big way with the announcement of his concert in the Zócalo of the CDMX. After breaking records with his World’s Hottest Tour and being the most listened to on Spotify with “Tití me preguntó” the rapper premiered his song “La Jumpa” with Arcángel and announced his return to Mexico for 2023.
It was during a press conference on December 28 when the Mexican president announced that he had an early Christmas present for the country’s youth, and showed a video in which the singer of “Tití me preguntó” sent a message to his fans.
Bad Bunny appeared on video to confirm that he will give a free concert in Mexico City’s Zócalo in 2023, although the government agencies in charge of organizing the event have yet to announce the date.
El Conejo Malo said he is aware of the problems that arose during his show at the Azteca Stadium in early December, where thousands of people were left outside the venue because they were told that their tickets were cloned.
“That’s why I want to give them a concert where no one is left out,” said the artist from Puerto Rico and added “see you in the Zócalo.”
It was two weeks ago when President Andrés Manuel López Obrador sent a message to Bad Bunny in his morning conference to ask him to perform for free in the CDMX and thus make nice with so many fans who could not see him due to problems with Ticketmaster.
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“I know he is a sensitive young man, he has many followers, he is a worldwide phenomenon but he also has a social dimension,” said the president on that occasion.
The next day it was the head of government Claudia Sheinbaum who gave more news about the possibility of having the singer of “Si veo a tu mamá” in a free concert by letting it be known that they were already in contact with the rapper and negotiations were underway in this regard.
“Now we are dealing directly with the producers to see on what date Bad Bunny could come,” Sheinbaum commented that day.
The situation with Ticketmaster was investigated by the Procuraduría Federal del Consumidor and it was concluded that the tickets had not been cloned, as Bad Bunny’s fans had been told at first.
Even so, a fine was imposed on the company and the reimbursement to the customers who were affected on that date also began to be carried out.
Meanwhile, the artist closes the year with the premiere of “Gato de noche” with Ñengo Flow and an impromptu show at a gas station in Puerto Rico with Arcángel.