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HARLINGEN, Texas (KVEO) – Since the announcement that reggaeton icon Bad Bunny would be making a stop in the RGV during his tour, El Ultimo Tour del
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Pictures of Oscar Guerrero shared on Facebook Monday, following the announcement that Bad Bunny would be coming to the Rio Grande Valley.
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HARLINGEN, Texas (KVEO) – Since the announcement that reggaeton icon Bad Bunny would be making a stop in the RGV during his tour, El Ultimo Tour del Mundo, fans have expressed grief amidst the excitement, in antcipation of expensive tickets for the show.
Presale tickets went on sale Thursday and sold out in parts of Texas.
One of the most anticipated tours of 2022 will be coming to the Rio Grande Valley. Latin artist Bad Bunny will be performing at the Payne Arena in Hidalgo on Sunday, February 13, 2022.
Although the excitement was evident on social media following the announcement, fans quickly expressed grief in the only form people on the internet seem to know how, through memes.
Bad Bunny’s popularity coupled with the absence of live music due to the pandemic, brought RGV residents to the conclusion that tickets would inevitably be out of reach and expensive.
Alamo resident Oscar Guerrero, 27, decided to make light of the situation and created a meme that he knew would resonate with everyone.
“I was at work, and I saw a piece of cardboard,” said Guerrero. “I told one of my coworkers that it would be a good idea to make the meme.”
Guerrero wrote “HELP Bad Bunny Tickets” on the piece of cardboard and took some pictures outside of his workplace.
He took his creativity a step further and photoshopped himself on the corner of the expressway frontage, to appear as if he was asking oncoming traffic for money to buy Bad Bunny tickets.
Fans on Facebook reacted to his post with nearly 2,500 shares and over 600 laugh reacts.
Though it was posted as a joke, Guerrero did include his Cash App link and says he did get some donations but not even close to the amount he would need to buy a ticket.
“I did it for fun, but I really wish I could go,” said Guerrero.
Presale tickets for the show went on sale Thursday afternoon, and to no one’s surprise, frustrated fans reported site crashes and queues of 2,000+ people. Floor tickets are being sold for thousands.
JUST ADDED: Due to popular demand, Bad Bunny has added a 2nd show in Houston at Toyota Center on February 17, 2022!
⁰Get your presale tickets NOW: https://t.co/WtAYm68ftc pic.twitter.com/lG92q9g3jb
Presale tickets in Dallas sold out within minutes and the Houston Toyota Center added a second show due to the popular demand.
Public tickets will go on sale tomorrow at noon.
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Presale tickers for Bad Bunny's 'El Último Tour del Mundo 2022, went on sale Thursday, April 15 through Ticketmaster
Bad Bunny fans are hopping mad.
Presale tickers for his “El Último Tour del Mundo 2022,” aka the Last World Tour 2022, went on sale Thursday, April 15, through Ticketmaster. Many fans experienced long waits and at least one crash of the Ticketmaster site, according to venting on social media.
“I literally don’t even want to go see Bad Bunny anymore thats how (blank) the @Ticketmaster experience was,” tweeted a fan.
“Was it just me who cried when Ticketmaster crashed, and I couldn’t get a bad bunny ticket,” tweeted another.
Yet, there’s hope.
Tickets for the tour, which includes a March 18, 2022, show at the Prudential Center in Newark, go on sale at noon Friday, April 16, to the general public through Ticketmaster.
Other area shows include March 16, 2022, at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, and March 19 and 20, 2022, at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
Tickets are currently on StubHub, a secondary market site, in the $300 range.
Bad Bunny, aka Benito Ocasio, is a reggaeton superstar from Puerto Rico.
His 2020 album, “El Último Tour Del Mundo,” became the first all Spanish-language album to hit No.
1 on the U.S.
Billboard 200 albums chart.
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He made a big splash in the wrestling world when he and Damian Priest defeated the Miz and John Morrison in a tag-team match at WrestleMania 37 in Tampa, Florida on Saturday, April 10.
Reps for Bad Bunny, the Prudential Center and Ticketmaster did not reply to a comment request for this article.
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– April 15, 2021