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Roberto Carlos USA & CANADA TOUR 2022

Roberto Carlos announced his new tour to several cities in the United States and Canada for April and May 2022. It will be an exciting spectacle with the ‘King of ballads’ singing all of his hits in Portuguese and Spanish. The first show is set for April 22 at the FTX Arena in Miami and ends May 21 at The Forum in Los Angeles. The singer expressed the emotion of finally returning to the stage next year, when he will also visit cities in Europe and Mexico, as well as Brazil.

“Although my records take my voice to all corners of the world, my live performances are the greatest happiness of my career. On stage I feel more alive than anywhere else”, commented the artist.

With over 150 million albums sold, a GRAMMY award and two Latin GRAMMYs, Roberto Carlos has become one of the main representatives of the romantic ballad in Latin America. The tour will include stops in Miami, Orlando, Atlanta, Washington DC, Boston, Chicago, Toronto, New York, McAllen, Dallas, Houston, El Paso, and Los Angeles. 

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Friday April 22 Miami

Saturday April 23 Orlando

Thursday April 28 Atlanta

Saturday April 30 Washington DC

Sunday May 1 Boston

Wednesday May 4 Chicago

Friday 6 may Toronto

Sunday May 8 New York

Thursday May 12 McAllen

Saturday May 14 Dallas

Sunday May 15 Houston

Wednesday May 18 El Paso

Saturday May 21 Los Angeles


  1. I went to see the KING of BALLADS, Roberto Carlos, in El Paso, TX. He is wonderful!!! His performance was grand. His voice after years of singing sounds the same as it did when he was young! Although I don’t understand Portuguese, I know the words to his songs and so I LOVE to listen to him sing his songs in Portuguese. I love him! Loved Loved Loved the concert! I received 3 roses!!!. Thank you Roberto Carlos and blessings.

  2. Eu moro nos Estados Unidos e gostaria muito de ir ao show do Rei, mas amigos me disseram que ele não canta em Português, e sim em Espanhol nos shows aqui, já que a maioria da platéia e hispanana. Isso é correto?

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