Bad Bunny fans are hopping mad.
Presale tickets for his El Último Tour del Mundo 2022, aka the Last World Tour 2022, went on sale Thursday, April 15, through Ticketmaster. Many fans experienced long waits and at least one crash of the Ticketmaster site, according to venting on social media.
“I literally don’t even want to go see Bad Bunny anymore thats how (blank) the @Ticketmaster experience was,” tweeted a fan.
Another fan tweeted: "Was it just me who cried when Ticketmaster crashed, and I couldn’t get a bad bunny ticket."
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Yet, there's hope. Tickets for the tour go on sale at noon Friday, April 16, to the general public through Ticketmaster.
Tickets are currently on StubHub, a secondary market site, in the $300 range.
Bad Bunny, born Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio, is a reggaeton superstar from Puerto Rico. His 2020 album, “El Último Tour Del Mundo,” became the first all Spanish-language album to hit No. 1 on the U.S. Billboard 200 albums chart.
He made a big splash in the wrestling world when he and Damian Priest defeated the Miz and John Morrison in a tag-team match at WrestleMania 37 in Tampa, Florida on Saturday, April 10. That's where he first announced his 2022 world tour.
The announcement video, which Bad Bunny shared on Instagram, features WWE star Triple H — who praised the artist for his "incredibly hard work and grind" in preparation for his pro wrestling performance.
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"You did amazing at WrestleMania but now, it's time for you to do what you do," Triple H tells the singer in the announcement video, before handing him a yellow suitcase.
"Thanks," Bad Bunny responds, before walking away to open the suitcase which holds a microphone in the shape of a skull. It is later revealed that the suitcase reads "Tour 2022" on its side.
Reps for Bad Bunny and Ticketmaster did not reply to a comment request for this article.
Contributing: Pamela Avila
This article originally appeared on Asbury Park Press: Bad Bunny 2022 World Tour: Ticketmaster presale issues frustrate fans