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Last night, Grammy and twelve-time Latin Grammy-award winning artist ROSALÍA wrapped up her unforgettable first ever global tour and festival run – MOTOMAMI WORLD TOUR – with a sold-out headlining performance at Lollapalooza Paris. The performance, which captivated a crowd of 55,000 revelers, marked the end of what was arguably a creative tour de force and one of the most critically acclaimed tours of the decade. 

The MOTOMAMI WORLD TOUR saw ROSALÍA circumnavigating the globe for 68 performances in 21 countries across three continents. After a full year of touring, ROSALÍA performed to a cumulative crowd of nearly 2 million people globally.  

The first iteration of the MOTOMAMI WORLD TOUR kicked off on July 6, 2022 in Almería, Spain. With fans having lined up days in advance at the outdoor venue, ROSALÍA delivered an unforgettable evening of innovative choreography coupled with her distinctive world class vocal capability throughout a 30+ song production based on the artist’s GRAMMY Award winning milestone MOTOMAMI album as well as several songs across her catalogue. The first leg of the Live Nation produced tour completed 46 shows across 15 countries and three continents before wrapping in Europe on December 18th with a performance at Paris’ AccorHotels Arena. 

ROSALÍA kicked off 2023  with the second half of her blockbuster tour with a festival run across Latin America, United States and Europe. She enraptured audiences throughout Latin America, performing to a total of 300K-plus fans with an average of 50K attendees per night. She made history as the first Spanish-language headliner at Lollapalooza Argentina, Lollapalooza Chile, and Lollapalooza Brazil as well as Asuncionico. 

ROSALÍA quickly asserted dominance at Coachella, with powerful performances that press noted were “spellbinding” (; “unforgettable” (Harper’s Bazaar) and “fresh” (Pitchfork). The talked about performances were trending topics across multiple platforms and garnered social media impressions in the billions. Following Coachella she completed a benchmark performance with a free concert in Mexico City’s Zócalo, being the first female Spanish artist drawing a crowd of over 170,000 people; anticipation was so high that many fans began camping out days early in order to guarantee entrance to the square. From there, ROSALÍA had a successful run across Europe, culminating in the concluding performance at Lollapalooza Paris. 

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