The band that started out as Sombrero Verde three decades ago has become one of Mexico’s biggest exports. With a couple of band member changes and a new name, the pop-rock band now known as Maná emerged from the Rock en Español movement during the ’90s and since then has risen to commercial and crossover success that even Latinos that don’t speak Spanish nor listen to Latin music instantly recognize the name Maná. With all the fans and awards the band has accumulated over the years, it’s no surprise that they became the first band to sell out the Staples Center in Los Angeles for four consecutive days during their Drama y Luz tour.
It seems like Maná couldn’t satisfy fans’ thirst for their music during their tour last year in promotion of their last album Drama y Luz. And so they’re back at it again, ready to break another record as the first band with the most performances at the Staples Center. Texans will be the lucky ones to first get another round of Maná as they kick off the second leg of the Drama y Luz U.S. tour in April. From Texas they’ll head over to New York, California, come back to Texas and finish off in the sunshine state of Florida. Tickets will go on sale Feb. 3.
Watch Maná’s music video for “El Verdadero Amor Perdona” featuring Prince Royce below.
|04/03||State Farm Arena||Hidalgo, TX|
|04/04||Toyota Center||Houston, TX|
|04/05||American Airlines Center||Dallas, TX|
|04/07||Laredo Energy Arena||Laredo, TX|
|04/10||Madison Square Garden||New York, NY|
|04/13||Allstate Arena||Chicago, IL|
|04/17||Power Balance Pavillion||Sacramento, CA|
|04/19||Oracle Arena & O. Co. Coliseum||Oakland, CA|
|04/22||Save Mart Center||Fresno, CA|
|04/24||Valley View Casino||San Diego, CA|
|04/27||Staples Center||Los Angeles, CA|
|05/01||Magness Center||Denver, CO|
|05/04||Jobing.com Arena||Glendale, AZ|
|05/06||El Paso Coliseum||El Paso, TX|
|05/08||AT&T Center||San Antonio, TX|
|05/09||American Bank Center||Corpus Christi, TX|
|05/11||American Airlines Arena||Miami, FL|