Annual AA postpones US tour to ‘recharge my batteries’

Annual AA has postponed his upcoming Las Leyendas Nunca Mueren US tour, which was scheduled to begin in late August in Texas.

In a statement issued by the Puerto Rican artist on Friday (July 29), he explained that the decision was made with the intention of focusing on his personal life. “As all my fans are aware, I have recently been on tour in Europe. I would like to take this opportunity to thank all the Real Hasta La Muerte fans who attended every concert. I love you!”

He continued: “I’ve been thinking that I need to take some time to recharge my batteries and focus on reorganizing my personal, family and professional life, with the intention of completing my next album, which I was unable to do due to my European tour, my team and I have decided to postpone the US tour until later in 2023. While doing so, I will continue to do what excites me the most, which is to continue releasing good music.”

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Anuel’s world tour started on June 13 in Spain and had since toured all over Europe. The North American leg of LLNM, presented by CMN, was announced earlier this year in support of his third studio album, which debuted at No. 1 on Billboard‘s Top Latin Albums chart in December. The tour was expected to run from August to October. “I promise this tour is going to be amazing, it’s another level,” he said then said. “It’s not just music. It’s more than that. You won’t understand until you’re there.”

Most recently, Anuel made headlines marries his girlfriend Yailin (also a musician). Both took to social media on June 10 to announce that they were officially husband and wife. “Everything is in God’s hands,” the “Ley Seca” singer wrote on social media. In March, the pair dropped their first ever collaboration, titled “Si Tu Me Busca,” which peaked at No. 12 on Billboard‘s Latin digital song sales chart (dated April 16).

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