Bay Bunny played SAP Center in San Jose, California on Holy Saturday, April 20, 2019 just hours after playing J Balvin’s Coachella set 470 miles to the south in Indio, California.
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Getting Out Our Dreams Music played Coachella Weekend One in Indio, California, Easter Weekend 2019. Label artists 2 Chainz, Kid Cudi, Big Sean, Pusha T, 070 Shake, and Mike Dean appeared across Coachella stages. Among them, 070 Shake is the newest talent to the music label. She published a video for one of her two new singles, this one titled “Morrow”, on April 12, 2019.
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Updated 4/16 Before playing the Coachella Sunday slot immediately ahead of Bad Bunny, Pusha T played 1015 Folsom on Friday, April 12 in San Francisco, California, USA. In between Coachella weekends, Push played Novo Theatre on Monday, April 15 in Los Angeles, California, USA. In Indio, Thornton revealed 1:1 white-on-white Adidas Ozweegos , white-on-white Craig Green, and a “Desert Snow” top by Nina Chanel Abney limited to 200 pieces. Update: Thornton and Chanel dropped 200 “Blow Beach” pieces at Pharrell Williams’ Something In the Water Festival in Virginia Beach.
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Updated 4/16. Puerto Rico’s Bad Bunny plays four California dates this April 2019. Below, please find reviews of recent tour dates in Indio, Connecticut, and Miami. Madison Square Garden on 4/27 is sold out: secondary market at ~$130-150 to get in the door at MSG (StubHub). Also: find new fall shows in Las Vegas (Saturday, 11/16), Old Town Station, San Diego (Friday, 11/22), and Ontario, California (Saturday, 11/23).
El conejo malo is a true showman. Bad Bunny lit up Coachella on Sunday night with a dance ’til you drop set.Review: Bad Bunny Slays Coachella With Mind-Blowing Performance, Elisa Osegueda, April 14, 2019
The audience of the Puerto Rican Latin trap vocalist danced and bounced so vigorously at the sold out April 7 show at the Mohegan Sun Arena, the seats and floors felt like the ocean, undulating and vibrating beneath your feet. The crowd was standing from the moment Bad Bunny popped up on stage. Standing there amongst them, I found myself trying to anchor my leg so I did not topple over from the earthquake of dancing on the aluminum floors.Review: Bad Bunny shakes and quakes at the Mohegan, Mike Chaiken, April 8, 2019
In all of my years attending a concert at the Mohegan Sun, I have never experienced such a sensation simply from fans having a good time.
Bad Bunny returned to his regularly scheduled sermon with “Solo de Mi” as the crowd sang perfectly on-key. Of course, no Latin affair is complete without a rendition of “Te Bote,” which prompted those same two Bad Bunny fans to reach over the barrier again, only to be removed from the area completely.Review: Bad Bunny Brought Latin Trap to Life With Surprise Guests at American Airlines Arena, Cristina Jerome, March 15, 2019
Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr. released “Doggystyle” November 23, 1993; 25 years later Snoop Dogg celebrates the album’s 25th Anniversary on Friday, April 19, 2019, at Oracle Arena in Oakland, California, with E-40, Too $hort, DJ Quik, Tha Dogg Pound, and Mac Mall.
The next day, Saturday, April 20, Radio Station KDay Plays The Forum in Inglewood, California with Ice Cube, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Mack 10, E-40, Warren G, Too $hort, DJ Quik, Tha Dogg Pound, and MC Eiht.