After the sold out show at McEnery Convention Center in May, Peso Pluma returns to San Jose this Friday.
The 24-year-old Jalico-born singer first went viral on TikTok performing “Ella Baila Sola” with songwriter Pedro Tovar, lead singer of Eslabon Armado.
Peso Pluma — who topped global Billboard charts twice this summer — is coming to the Bay Area. The corrido tumbado superstar will perform at San José’s SAP Center on October 13.
Peso Pluma returns to the Bay Area (featuring rapper Alemán) with high expectations from fans following his performance at the MTV Video Music Awards and the release of his latest album, Génesis, that reached No. 1 in Billboard’s Latin Albums chart in one week.
Can I still find tickets for Peso Pluma in San José?
There are still tickets for Peso Pluma’s Oct. 13 show, as long as you’re down to buy them on resale. But on Ticketmaster, even a seat in some of the last rows of the last section could cost you more than $300. As for a floor seat? Expect to cough up more than $1,000.
Wasn’t Peso Pluma’s performance in Tijuana recently canceled? Could that happen for the San José concert?
You may have heard that Peso Pluma’s Tijuana show — originally scheduled for Oct. 14 — was canceled due to security concerns. Banners with threats against Peso showed up at several points in the Mexican city last month.
KQED asked Live Nation, which is in charge of putting on the San José concert, if there is the possibility that this Bay Area show would also be canceled. Live Nation staff have replied it is “very doubtful” that would happen, and that the show in San José is still scheduled to take place.