The tour The Romance Tour of Camilo Cabello will stop in Spain in 2020. The multiplatinum artist nominated three times for Grammy Awards today announced a European tour that will end in our vast country on 30 June (Palau Sant Jordi of Barcelona) and 1 July (WiZink Center in Madrid) .

The general admission tickets will go on sale on November 29 at 10: 00h . through,, Red Ticketmaster (FNAC + Halcón Viajes) and El Corte Inglés. Live Nation presale will be activated from November 27 at 10: 00h.

Camila Cabello will present the songs of her next album, Romance that will be released on December 6 and that will include her worldwide success Miss, with Shawn Mendes, which today accumulates 2,000 million streams, ranking at number 1 of the Billboard Hot 100

But it is not the only song we already know about Romance , Camila Cabello has already enchanted us with other advances such as Shameless, Liar, Cry For Me and Easy , which fans will get along with a new theme, Living Proof , in direct download when requesting the pre order of the disk, now available.

An album that arrives to begin a new era. A work that Camila Cabello presents as an experience, as something that goes beyond music or the message, something very own.

The concerts of Camila Cabello will arrive two years after her last visit to our country. It was in 2018 when the Cuban soloist brought Never be the same Tour to Spain with direct performances at the Sant Jordi Club (June 26, 2018) and at the Wizink Center in Madrid (June 27, 2018).


May 26 - Oslo, Spektrum – Norway

May 28 – Copenhagen, Royal Arena – Denmark

May 30 – Berlin, Mercedes Benz Arena – Germany

June 1 – Birmingham, Resorts World Arena – UK

June 2 – Leeds, First Direct Arena – UK

June 4 – Manchester, Manchester Arena – UK

June 8 – Dublin, 3Arena – Ireland

June 9 – Glasgow, The SSE Hydro – UK

June 11 – London, The O2 – UK

June 14 – Antwerp, Sportpaleis – Belgium

June 15 – Amsterdam, Ziggo Dome – Netherlands

June 17 – Paris, Accorhotels Arena – France

June 18 – Cologne, Laxness Arena – Germany

June 23 – Zurich, Hallenstadion – Switzerland

June 24 – Milan, Forum – Italy

June 30 – Barcelona, ​​Palau Sant Jordi – Spain

July 1 – Madrid, Wizink Center – Spain