Karol G‘s Mañana Será Bonito stadium tour is in full swing, visiting major markets across the United States.
So far, artists such as Young Miko and Bad Gyal, who’ve opened up for Karol in different cities, have also joined the Colombian superstar on stage to sing their respective collaborations with her: “Dispo” for Young Miko and “Kármica” for Bad Gyal.
Meanwhile, surprise guests have included Becky G, who joined Karol G to sing their girl power anthem “MAMIII” in Los Angeles, Ryan Castro who took the stage during her first show at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey and J Balvin, who showed up on the second night at MetLife, where Karol G made history. According to the venue, the “Provenza” singer became the first Latina artist to headline MetLife Stadium, and the first Latin artist of any gender to play two nights in a row (Sept. 7-8).
“Just last year I was celebrating two shows at Madison Square Garden in New York, without imagining that a year later I would be celebrating two sold out stadium shows in the same city,” Karol wrote on Instagram. “To see how the family has grown fills me with nostalgia and, at the same time, happiness.”
Karol’s Mañana Será Bonito Tour — produced by Live Nation — will wrap up Sept. 28 at Gillette Stadium in Boston. The stadium trek follows her 2022 arena $trip Love Tour, which became the highest grossing U.S. tour by a Latin woman in history. It grossed $69.9 million across 33 shows in North America — according to numbers reported to Billboard Boxscore — surpassing Jennifer Lopez’s $50 million-grossing It’s My Party World Tour in 2019 and Shakira’s El Dorado World Tour, which grossed $28.2 million in 2018.
Besides the star-studded list of artists who’ve taken the stage with Karol, there’s also a handful of celebrities — from Selena Gomez to Sofia Vergara — who’ve ben spotted at the stadium tour. See that list here.
Here are all the surprise artists who have appeared at Karol G’s Mañana Será Bonito Tour:
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Puerto Rican singer and rapper Young Miko was not only in charge of opening up Karol’s shows in Pasadena, Calif., but she also took the stage with the Colombian singer to perform “Dispo” for the first time.
See photos from their moment together onstage here.
During Karol G’s second sold-out show at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif., on Aug. 19, Becky G joined her onstage to sing their anthem “MAMIII.” See a snippet of their performance here.
Emerging artist Bad Gyal is one of the two artists (the other being Young Miko) who are opening for Karol G throughout different cities. In Miami, Bad Gyal was in charge of opening Karol’s two shows, at Aug. 25-26 at the Hard Rock Stadium, and also took the stage with the Colombian star to perform their collab “Kármica.”
The rain didn’t stop Spanish star Quevedo and Karol G from performing their song “Pero Tú” together in Miami on Aug. 26. See the moment below:
In a full circle moment, J Balvin joined Karol G onstage during her second show at MetLife Stadium on Sept. 8. Balvin, one of Karol G’s biggest champions early on in her career, took the Mañana Será Bonito Tour stage to sing a medley of his hits, including “6AM” and “X.” He was introduced by Karol who called him an inspiration. “I saw him do incredible things around the world and I knew that if he could do it, I could too,” she said. “Today, I honor his career.”
“Your name is already in the galaxy with all the other stars,” J Balvin wrote on social media. “In the process we bumped into each other at quinceañeras, colleges, bars, clubs, arenas and now at stadiums where you proved to all the Bichotas that they all have a girl power in their hearts to change any rule imposed on them. You are an inspiration to all of us who celebrate and follow in your footsteps.”
Ryan Castro was Karol’s guest on Sept. 7 at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, where the two made the whole place scream and dance to the perreo beat of “Una Noche en Medellín.” It was one of the big surprises and most applauded moments of the night.
“Colombia won yesterday,” he captioned his post on social media with photos of that special night. “Thank you, Karol G, and the rest of the team for the invitation and for the way you treated us. What a moment.”