Jhayco Reveals VIDA Rockstar Tour With 16 US Dates
Puerto Rican Hitmaker, Artist, And Producer
Announces US Headline Run
2023 Vida Rockstar Tour
Puerto Rican hitmaker, artist and producer Jhayco announces his upcoming “Vida Rockstar Tour,” in partnership with South Florida-based entertainment, marketing and media company, Loud And Live.
Revealing the news on Billboard.com this morning, Jhayco will headline sixteen major cities in the United States starting on September 28th, 2023.
The tour will visit Boston, Newark, Washington DC, Chicago, Houston, San Antonio, Dallas, Seattle, Denver, San Jose, Los Angeles, Phoenix, Atlanta, Orlando, Miami, and ending in Fort Myers, Florida on December 10th.
The tour will also offer a variety of VIP packages and experiences for fans to take their concert experience to the next level. All information is listed on: www.jhayco.com
The announcement of the tour follows Jhayco’s latest release rising up the charts, the summer anthem “Mami Chula” with Quevedo: an ode to the coolest girl in the room, and “Cuerpecito,” two tracks that embrace the essence of his “Vida Rockstar” szn.
JHAYCO VIDA ROCKSTAR TOUR & MORE LIVE DATES
MAY 31 – GUADALAJARA, MX – AUDITORIO TELMEX
JUNE 2 – MEXICO CITY, MX – PEPSI CENTER WTC
JUNE 3 – MONTEREY, MX – AUDITORIO CITIBANAMEX
JUNE 4 – MAZATLÁN SINALOA – D’SEA FEST
SEPTEMBER 28 – BOSTON, MA – AGGANIS ARENA
SEPTEMBER 29 – NEWARK, NJ – PRUDENTIAL CENTER
SEPTEMBER 30 – WASHINGTON, DC – EAGLE BANK ARENA
OCTOBER 4 – CHICAGO, IL – ROSEMONT THEATRE
OCTOBER 6 – HOUSTON, TX – SMART FINANCIAL CENTER
OCTOBER 7 – SAN ANTONIO, TX – FREEMAN COLISEUM
OCTOBER 8 – DALLAS, TX – TEXAS TRUST CU THEATRE
OCTOBER 13 – SEATTLE, WA – WAMU THEATER
OCTOBER 15 – DENVER, CO – BELLCO THEATRE
OCTOBER 19 – SAN JOSE, CA – SAN JOSE CIVIC
OCTOBER 20 – LOS ANGELES, CA- MICROSOFT THEATER
OCTOBER 22 – PHOENIX, AZ – CELEBRITY THEATER
DECEMBER 6 – ATLANTA, GA – GAS SOUTH ARENA
DECEMBER 7 – ORLANDO, FL – AMWAY CENTER
DECEMBER 9 – ORLANDO, FL – KASEYA CENTER
DECEMBER 10 – FT. MYERS, FL – HERTZ ARENA
Jhayco has been called “Latin Urban’s new generation.” Jhayco is a trailblazer and phenomenon that has somehow managed to shape and disrupt the music industry, all at the same time. Born in Puerto Rico, Jhayco lived in New Jersey for most of his childhood.
At the age of 12, he fell in love with urban music, a sound that helped define his future forever. At 14, he began to produce and compose songs, and it was only two years later that his work as producer and composer in Tito El Bambino’s album “Invencible” won him his first GRAMMY®.
Catapulted into a promising career as a composer, he began working hand in hand with artists like Zion & Lennox, Natti Natasha and Nicky Jam, among others, while developing his own sound and eventually releasing his first songs.
He took home his second GRAMMY for Best Urban Album for J Balvin’s 2018 album “Vibras”. He also won the Songwriters Association Song of the Year Award for “I Like It” by Cardi B, J Balvin and Bad Bunny.
Shortly after, he landed two 2023 Premios Tu Musica Urbano nominations, Collaboration of The Year for “En la De Ella” with Feid and Sech, and Top Male Artist. Jhayco has been praised and recognized as an outstanding urban artist not only by the media and the genre’s heavy hitters but also by music fans around the world.
He is the genius behind some of the biggest Latin hits in the world (including Dakiti, No Me Conoce, and Medusa, among others).
With over 16 billion combined streams, he has helped shape the landscape of urban music today and presents a new age in the urban scene, crafting an international sound for the Latin genre and taking it to global stages for his diverse and continually growing fanbase.
His latest album Timelezz was #1 on iTunes Latin Chart and #2 on Billboard, and his song “Dakiti” with Bad Bunny led him to #1 on the Billboard Global 200.
“Jhay Cortez is one of the most recognizable artists in reggaeton” – LA Times
“For Jhayco, the anthem-building larger-than-life figure in reggaeton, those thumps and bumps set the stage for his meditations on life’s pleasures.” – PAPER
“behind some of the biggest anthems in urbano music” –Complex
“With every step Jhay Cortez takes in his rising career, things just keep getting bigger.” – W Mag
“Jhay Cortez is maintaining his momentum” – Billboard
“likes his reggaeton with plenty of snaky synths and traces of house” – Rolling Stone