Grammy-winning rapper Pitbull has played in local arenas and theaters for a lot many times this past decade. But in the coming fall, he’ll be performing at the Arizona State Fair. He’s never played at the Veterans Memorial Coliseum before. And it’s going to be a free show.
The Arizona State Fair’s staff itself shared that Pitbull would be performing live. The chart-topping rapper is scheduled for October 17th at 7 pm. His show is a part of the fair’s annual concert series which runs in the four week long State Fair from October 5th to 28th.
This is the first time that Pitbull will be performing at this event. However, he has previously been a part of other State Fairs. Last month, he did it at the California Mid-State Fair. Before this, Pitbull last traveled the town back in June 2017. During that tour, he co-headlined a show at Talking Stick Resort Arena with Enrique Iglesias.
According to reports, Pitbull has a net worth of $65 million. And he achieved this milestone on his 35th birthday. His appearance at the State Fair has caused some excitement in his fans. The general admission concert seating is absolutely free with the admission to the fair. But for the reserved seats, the attendees would have to pay extra. The general seating to Pitbull’s performance is on a first-come, first served basis. And the reserved seats cost between $40-$60 for each concert. The State Fair’s website allows you to book them online.
Other than the performance from Pitbull, the fair has a lot many other concert series as well. That would include The Flaming Lips, Big & Rich, The Wallflowers, Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats, Gary Allan, 38 Special, and Casting Crowns.
For those looking to attend Pitbull’s concert must reach the fair at its earliest on October 17th. The tickets for the reserved seats will go on sale on Friday, 17th August.