Summer's Here and These Latino Musicians are Going on Tour

The Kingdom: Daddy Yankee vs. Don Omar
Daddy Yankee and Don Omar perform as part of their concert "The Kingdom: Daddy Yankee vs Don Omar" at Coliseo Jose M. Agrelot on December 4, 2015 in San Juan, Puerto Rico.GV Cruz / WireImage

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By Victoria Moll-Ramírez

The sweaters are tucked away and scarves are at the bottom of your drawer because summer is practically here. Whether you're taking a road trip, backpacking in another continent or simply staying at home, surely music will be blasting at some point.

And if you want to enjoy some musiquita live, here are some top concerts to attend this summer.

The Kingdom: Daddy Yankee vs. Don Omar

Daddy Yankee and Don Omar perform as part of their concert "The Kingdom: Daddy Yankee vs Don Omar" at Coliseo Jose M. Agrelot on December 4, 2015 in San Juan, Puerto Rico.GV Cruz / WireImage

It’s as if Biggie and Tupac would have gone on tour together to battle it out for the crown of hip-hop’s greatest. Reggaeton’s two biggest artists, Daddy Yankee and Don Omar, are battling it out and letting the fans decide.

It’s an opportunity to get your tra tra dance moves going while watching two of Puerto Rico’s finest perform the songs that have kept you awake during family parties. It’s a long time coming for the duo that started off as collaborators until things took a turn for the worst. Over the years, the artists have exchanged jabs at each other through their lyrics. Let's face it, everyone loves a good rivalry and this is guaranteed to be a concert that won’t let you down. #teamTRA

Carlos Vives

Colombian singer Shakira (L) and Colombian singer Carlos Vives ride bikes during the recording of the video for the song "La Bicicleta" (The bicycle) in Barranquilla, Atlantico department, Colombia, on May 20, 2016.JOSE TORRES / AFP - Getty Images

South America’s favorite curly-haired cafetero is making a few stops in the U.S. during his worldwide tour. Vives just released a new song with fellow Colombian, Shakira, titled, “La Bicicleta.”

Believe it or not, it’s actually the first time the two colombianos collaborate on a song together. As expected, the multiple Grammy award-winning singer and songwriter will keep you moving and dancing all night with his hits. #teamfrutafresca

The Bad Man Tour: Pitbull & Prince Royce

Prince Royce and Pitbull perform at Pitbull's New Years Eve Revolution 2016 at Bayfront Park Amphitheater on December 31, 2015 in Miami, Florida.Johnny Louis / Getty Images

In his usual fashion, Pitbull will be kicking off a summer tour in July and Prince Royce will be joining him. One of our favorite cubanos who deservedly calls himself Mr. Worldwide will be going coast to coast and making a quick stop in Canada.

Reggaeton artist Farruko will also be tagging along with the powerhouse artists. Basically, you’ll get your pop, bachata, and reggaeton fix all in one. Besides, no one puts on a show like Armando Christian Pérez, aka Pitbull, in his tailored suits and sunnies. We're ready. #teamfireball

Future Now: Demi Lovato & Nick Jonas

Singer Demi Lovato, left, accepts the Vanguard Award from presenter Nick Jonas during the 27th Annual GLAAD Media Awards at the Beverly Hilton on Saturday, April 2, 2016,.Chris Pizzello / AP

Demi Lovato is kicking off her tour with Nick Jonas at the end of June. The two launched their own record label, SafeHouse Records last year. “Future Now” begins in Atlanta before heading to the Northeast and eventually making its way through Canada and the rest of the country.

Both Jonas and Lovato recently made headlines when they took a stand - they canceled their appearances in North Carolina due to the state’s controversial LGBT law. #teamstonecold

Selena Gomez

In this Oct. 12, 2015 file photo, Selena Gomez performs on NBC's "Today" show at Rockefeller Plaza in New York. Netflix has ordered a series based on the young adult novel "13 Reasons Why" with Selena Gomez attached as the executive producer. The streaming service said it has picked up the series for 13 episodes.Charles Sykes / AP

The former Disney Channel star turned pop-star bombshell is taking off on her "Revival" tour this summer. Gomez's international tour will hit most major cities in the U.S. as well as around the world.

Based on the Revival Tour Instagram, the songstress guarantees amazing shoes, outfits, and stage. Besides, she's named after the greatest show-stopping Queen of all - need we say more? There's no going wrong here. #teambyeBiebs

Bonus: Marc Anthony Live

Singer Marc Anthony, center, performs with the Cuban duo Gente de Zona, during the Latin Billboard Awards, Thursday, April 30, 2015 in Coral Gables, Fla. (File photo)Lynne Sladky / AP

Ok, so this tour is mainly overseas and has only five showings in New York City. However, there's also a show in Las Vegas.

Let's be real, Marc Anthony doesn't need a season. He's taught us all how to Vivir La Vida. If you happen to be in NYC or Las Vegas between Aug. 26- Sept. 17th definitely catch him. I've yet to meet someone who didn't enjoy his concert. #letmevivir

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