Wisin Y Yandel at Frost Bank Center

Wisin Y Yandel Tickets

Frost Bank Center | San Antonio, Texas

Reggaeton’s most iconic duo, Wisin Y Yandel, comes to AT&T Center on Saturday 29th October 2022 as part of their farewell “La Ultima Mision” tour. The band is also releasing another studio album, coinciding with the tour, and fans cannot wait in excitement. Fans are hugely anticipating the tour for two reasons; one, they will get to hear the album live for the first time and secondly, this iconic tour celebrates a successful career of Wisin Y Wandel that has spanned over two decades. Some fans are also upset because this is the last time the duo will share a stage, but ticket demand is very high. If you really want to catch Wisin Y Wandel live in concert at the AT&T Center on 29th October, make sure you get your tickets right now.

Wisin Y Yandel at AT&T Center

The tour kicks off on 30th September, and after touching down at some major locations in North America, including San Diego, Montreal, Toronto, Irving and many more, it will wrap up on 2nd December in San Juan, PR. Wisin Y Yandel will perform plenty of music from their latest album alongside some of their hits to celebrate their massively successful career in the Latin and American music industry. The band put out some new music recently such as the single, “No Se Olvida” and just like most of their music, it became an instant super hit.
The band was formed in the late 1990s and has been one of the most successful music outfits in the Reggaeton era. It won a Grammy in 2009, becoming the only Latin outfit to do so. They are also renowned for putting up incredible live performances and sold more than 15 million records when they toured in 2018. With this being the farewell tour, everyone is pretty sure Wisin and Yandel will give it their everything for the fans who loved them so much. Be a part of this extraordinary occasion by getting your tickets right now and see them live at AT&T Center on 29th October 2022. Hurry up, before all of them are sold out!

Wisin Y Yandel at AT&T Center

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