Karol G is set to bring her signature brand of Latin Pop to Foxborough this week.
The star has embarked on a huge North America tour and the action kicked off with a headline set at Lollapalooza. Her next stop on the tour will take her to Gillette Stadium in Massachusetts.
But when can you expect her performance? Here's all you need to know:
When is Karol G's Foxborough show
Karol G will bring her huge tour to the Gilette Stadium on Thursday, 28 September.
What time does Karol G concerts in Foxborough start?
The stadium gates will open at 5pm for her Gilette Stadium show, according to the venue's website. The concert itself is due to begin at 7pm.
She will be joined by special guests and support acts. Karol G has confirmed her support acts for the tour and the dates they will support her.
How long is a Karol G concert?
Karol G began the Mañana Será Bonito Tour with a headline performance at Lollapalooza in Chicago at the start of August. She played the first of her stadium shows on Thursday, 10 August at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, NV.
During the performance she played 29 songs in total. This was longer than her set at Lollapalooza which featured 20 tracks.
Karol G's set at Lollapalooza ran from 8.40pm until 10pm - lasting 1 hour 20 minutes. Her stadium shows have a longer set list so expect her performances to last more than 90 minutes.
What could her setlist be?
Karol G has already performed at a number of festivals so far in 2023 - and will embark on her own headline tour in the coming weeks.
Setlist.fm have confirmed the songs she played at Viña del Mar Festival in Chile on 19 February. These are the tracks she performed:
Una noche en Medellín(Cris Mj cover) (with Cris Mj)
X SI VOLVEMOS
El hombre que yo amo(Myriam Hernández cover)
MIENTRAS ME CURO DEL CORA
Can you get tickets for Karol G's tour?
Ticketmaster.com still has tickets available for Karol G's stadium tour in August and September.
What are Karol G's tour dates?
Karol G will kick start the US leg of her Mañana Será Bonito Tour at Lollapalooza and will follow it up with a run of shows at stadiums across the nation.
It includes the following dates:
4 August - Lollapalooza, Chicago
11 August - Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas
14 August - Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara
18 August - Rose Bowl, Los Angeles
19 August - Rose Bowl, Los Angeles
25 August - Hard Rock Stadium, Miami
26 August - Hard Rock Stadium, Miami
29 August - NRG Stadium, Houston
31 August - Alamodome, San Antonio
2 September - Cotton Bowl, Dallas
7 September - MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford
8 September - MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford
15 September - Soldier Field, Chicago
21 September - Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta
24 September - Camping World Stadium, Orlando
28 September - Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, MA