Latin Grammy-winning artist Karol G is coming to Tampa this fall

Agudelo888, a Latin American DJ, will be opening up the shows across the nation.

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Photo via Universal Music Latino
Latin Grammy-winning artist Karol G will bring her Coachella-worthy stage presence to Tampa Bay.

The singer-songwriter known for her reggaeton-influenced beats will be playing at Amalie Arena, located at 401 Channelside Dr., on Sept. 26 for her "$trip Love" tour. 

You can sign up for various presale tickets, but the general admission begins April 29 at 12 p.m. If the Tampa tickets get swiped up before you have the chance to purchase, the Latin Grammy winner will be making her way to Amway Center in Orlando on Sept. 24. 
The Colombian powerhouse is heralded for being such a prominent figure in the male-dominated genre of Latin music. The Billboard chart-topper has collaborated with big names in the industry like Becky G and Bad Bunny, making her name known through these star-studded projects.

Agudelo888, a Latin American DJ, will be opening up the shows across the nation. Before making his way to the "$trip Love" stage, the 23-year-old has worked with J. Balvin and on the club stages of Las Vegas. 

About The Author

Brandalynn Nuñez Cepeda

Magazine journalism student with an affinity for music writing. Brandalynn has previously written for Glitter Magazine and was the editor-in-chief/contributor of USF's Her Campus chapter.
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