As Puerto Rican artist Bad Bunny wraps up his sold-out international tour, he has one last surprise for fans – a chance to spend one night in his trailer.
Thanks to Bad Bunny’s partnership with Airbnb, his 53-foot matte black semi-truck will be available for guests during his last stop on his El Último Tour Del Mundo 2022 tour in Miami. Fans can book the night for just $91.
“I’ve stayed off and on in Airbnb’s for a few years now, especially when I travel so for me it only made sense that we partner with them to create this experience for my fans with my truck,” Bad Bunny told USA TODAY. “I’m hoping that by hosting guests in my truck I can give them a chance to feel like they are part of the tour.”
The Airbnb listing will be offered to three individual one-night stays for two guests on April 6, April 7 and April 8. Fans can request the stay on Tuesday, March 29 at 1 p.m. ET at airbnb.com/badbunny.
The gift to fans doesn’t stop there, those who book the trailer will also be given VIP tickets to his sold-out tour in Miami ahead of the stay and a virtual greeting from Bad Bunny himself.
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The design of the truck itself pays homage to Bad Bunny’s family lineage of troqueros (truckers). The “Dakiti” rapper added that he wanted fans to be transported into “El Último Tour Del Mundo” and that’s seen in the bedroom covered in pink florals just as in his “Yo Perreo Sola” music video. But why choose Miami to host his fans?
“Miami is one of the places I spent a lot of time in when I worked on my last two albums, I worked on them in an Airbnb. It’s the last stop of the tour and why not add something special for my fans,” Bad Bunny said.
After staying in Airbnb’s for years while on tour, Bad Bunny said his must-haves are enough rooms for his friends, a mini studio and a location by the water to “have the feeling of being relaxed.”
As his tour comes to an end and his next “World’s hottest tour” starts in August, the artist admitted it’s difficult to spend months away from his home in Vega Baja, Puerto Rico. But while traveling, he tries to enjoy the sights of different cities and catch a basketball game if time allows.
Some of his favorite cities to tour include New York, Miami and Los Angeles but one of his most memorable experiences was in Chicago where he said he flew in family and friends to celebrate his birthday.
With just weeks to his last show, Bad Bunny said there’s nothing quite like feeling the energy of the fans on stage. He said he hopes fans can see and feel how appreciative he is for the support they have extended throughout his career.
“I’m someone who prefers to be face to face with my fans and let them know how I feel instead of putting it on social media. They deserve that personal gratitude and being back on tour allows me to give them that after they have given me so much and still continue to do it,” Bad Bunny said.
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