International superstar, rapper, and philanthropist Pitbull is headlining the Smoothie King Center later this week. Grab your tickets here.
The artist born Armando Pérez began recording Latin hip hop and crunk-style music in the early 2000s. Since then, the rapper and entrepreneur known as Pitbull has taken his fame and influence to unbelievable heights. For his Can’t Stop Us Now tour, the superstar is joined by Iggy Azalea at The Smoothie King Center on Thursday, October 6.
In the early 2010s, Pitbull seemed to be everywhere. After his breakthrough hit single “I Know You Want Me (Calle Ocho),” subsequent records like “Give Me Everything” (featuring Ne-Yo, Afrojack, and Nayer), “Timber” with Ke$ha, and “Feel This Moment” with Christina Aguilera suddenly made the singer a worldwide name.
Can’t Stop Us Now Tour
Back in the spring, Pitbull announced he would hit the road for more than 50 dates on his new tour. Named for a recent country-tinged single he shares with Zac Brown and Nitti Gritti, the Can’t Stop Us Now Tour is a celebration of Pitbull’s biggest hits and his ability to turn the party on wherever he goes.
Across the tour, Iggy Azalea and Sean Paul join the rapper on select dates. Additionally, his own SiriusXM Globalization DJs will open throughout the expansive tour. This tour follows last year’s wildly successful run, which sold out over 40 shows and had Pitbull performing to over 450,000 fans.
For the Can’t Stop Us Now tour, fans can expect to hear the Pitbull hits: “Don’t Stop The Party,” “HOT,” and “International Love” all made the setlist. We’ve also heard there are some fun remixes and covers that snuck into the mix. “Gasolina” and the DJ Snake banger “Turn Down For What” find themselves mixed in with Mr. Worldwide classics.
Don’t miss Pitbull in New Orleans at The Smoothie King Center on Thursday, October 6. Tickets start at $16 for balcony seats.
Doors: 8 PM | Smoothie King Center | Thur. October 6, 2022
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