J Balvin comes to the UNTOLD Festival for the first time ever!

Global superstar and entrepreneur, J Balvin, is set to headline the 2022 UNTOLD Music Festival in Romania for the first time this August. UNTOLD Festival, known for their impressive lineups comprised of the world’s most talented and innovative musicians, is one of Europe’s most anticipated music festivals.

Renowned for his genre-crossing musical influence and ability to break artistic barriers, Balvin is sure to deliver an unforgettable headlining performance. With billions of streams across all music platforms, the Colombian music sensation will ignite the stage as he performs hit songs such as Tranquilla, Mi Gente, Ay Vamos, and many more.

J Balvin is a highly-decorated music icon with wins across Billboard Music Awards, American Music Awards, Latin GRAMMY’s and many others. Originally hailing from Medellín, Colombia, he has been dubbed the “Prince of Reggaeton” and is one of the best-selling Latin music artists with sales of more than 35 million records worldwide. He has steadfastly broken cultural barriers and become one of the Top 10 most streamed artists globally developing legions of fans worldwide. With passions spanning across music, fashion, art and mental health, Balvin continues to lead the charge for representation across industries.

UNTOLD 2022 J Balvin

In addition to his many accomplishments in the music space, J Balvin has also contributed uniquely to the promotion of Latin culture, as well as to the widespread appreciation of its art and music. With his determination and unbridled talent, Balvin has built an incredible, international career for himself, and continues to expand his portfolio of diverse business ventures outside of music.

This year, at the UNTOLD Festival, fans can expect performances by David Guetta, Don Diablo, Hardwell, Alok, Morten, Kygo, Steve Aoki, Lost Frequencies, Tujamo, Paul Kalkbrenner, Above and Beyond, and many more. More details are available on untold.com.

The UNTOLD Festival takes place on August 4-7 in Cluj-Napoca, Transylvania, Romania.