Juanes Announces 2020 North American ‘Mas Futuro Que Pasado’ Tour

Today Latin rock icon and multiple Grammy award-winning artist Juanes announced his 2020 North American Mas Futuro Que Pasado Tour-an up close and immersive journey through all the greatest hits of his past, combined with the future looking guitar interpretations of Latin America’s most beloved rhythms found on his new album – for which the tour is named. Produced by Live Nation, the extensive 40+ date North American trek will kick off April 14th in Indianapolis, IN and make stops in New York, Toronto, Atlanta, Chicago and more, before wrapping October 25th in Temecula, CA.

A multiple Grammy and all-time leading solo Latin Grammy winner (with 23), Colombian superstar JUANES is Latin Rock’s leading global ambassador. Juanes has sold millions of albums around world, while notching 12 #1 singles and continually opening doors for the global growth of contemporary Spanish language music. Juanes is the only artist holding TWO of Billboard’s”Top-5 Latin Pop Songs of All-Time” – while Rolling Stone praised his 2017 groundbreaking “Mis Planes Son Amarte” with a rare 5-star review – declaring: “on the stunner of a visual album he cares about creating timeless songs [with] meticulous craftsmanship in every note.”

With his most recent “Más Futuro Que Pasado” album (2019), Juanes has provided his most immersive and forward looking fusions yet of traditional and contemporary guitar, to create a 21st century take on Cumbia, Guasca, Vallenato and more folkloric styles. The end of 2019 saw continued high critical praise for the new album: “a hooky, rhythm-heavy study in why Juanes remains a prime mover in Latin popular music. …a soulful celebration of the Latin folk tradition” – while Juanes was also honored as “The 2019 Latin Recording Academy Person Of The Year” recognizing his “creative artistry, unprecedented humanitarian efforts, support for rising artists, and philanthropic contributions to the world”


4/14 Indianapolis, IN Murat Theatre at Old National Centre
4/16 New York, NY Hammerstein Ballroom
4/17 Providence, RI The Strand Ballroom & Theatre
4/18 Washington, DC MGM National Harbor
4/21 Boston, MA House of Blues
4/23 Montreal, QC MTELUS
4/24 Toronto, ON Meridian Hall
4/25 Columbus, OH Palace Theatre
4/27 Minneapolis, MN The Fillmore
4/28 Omaha, NE Ralston Arena
4/29 Kansas City, MO Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland
5/1 Atlanta, GA Coca-Cola Roxy
5/3 St. Petersburg, FL Jannus Live
5/5 Nashville, TN Ryman Auditorium
5/7 Charlotte, NC Ovens Auditorium
5/9 Chicago, IL Rosemont Theatre
5/10 Detroit, MI The Fillmore
9/23 Oklahoma City, OK The Criterion
9/25 McAllen, TX McAllen Performing Arts Center
9/26 Houston, TX Smart Financial Centre
9/27 Dallas, TX Toyota Music Factory
9/29 San Antonio, TX Majestic Theatre
10/1 Midland, TX La Hacienda Event Center
10/2 El Paso, TX The Plaza Theatre
10/3 Tucson, AZ Ava Amphitheater
10/5 Denver, CO Bellco Theatre
10/6 Salt Lake City, UT Delta Hall at Eccles Theater
10/8 Spokane, WA Marlin Woodson Theater at The Fox
10/9 Boise, ID Revolution Concert House
10/10 Kennewick, WA Toyota Arena
10/11 Vancouver, BC Queen Elizabeth Theatre
10/15 Phoenix, AZ Arizona Federal Theatre
10/16 San Diego, CA Cal Coast Credit Union Amphitheatre
10/17 Primm, NV Star of the Desert Arena
10/18 San Francisco, CA SF Masonic Auditorium
10/22 Fresno, CA Saroyan Theatre
10/23 Santa Ynez, CA Chumash Casino Resort
10/24 Santa Ynez, CA Chumash Casino Resort
10/25 Temecula, CA Pechanga Theater