Maná announces new U.S. tour
The band confirmed its shows for 2023 and an album for 2024.
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After almost 40 years in the music industry, Maná announced yet another 19 dates for another upcoming U.S. tour, which begins on Feb. 10.
With their 'Mexico lindo y querido' tour, the group seeks to "represent their homeland and where they were born," Alex Gonzalez, the band's drummer, told Metro World News.
Sergio Vallín, Maná's guitarist, also said in an interview with EFE that "the love for music and passion for it keeps us together, besides the fact that the stage is addictive," which is why they have renewed dates to continue playing next year.
The singers of "Oye Mi Amor" began performing concerts again at the beginning of 2022, after being on hiatus due to the pandemic. Their first residency was at the Los Angeles Forum, a venue Vallín calls "the cathedral of rock."
"Almost all the residencies are in Las Vegas and when they proposed it to us there we said of course, Los Angeles is our second home. Since Falta amor, Maná's albums have been recorded there," Gonzales told EFE.
Having performed 12 shows in a single venue made their fans demand a tour of more cities in the country. The band responded with 19 dates between February and September.
San Antonio, Chicago, Atlanta and New York, among others, are some of the stops the Mexican band will make in 2023, starting with Los Angeles, where they will resume and say goodbye to their residency.
Maná has not released new music since 2015, however, their fans have always been connected to the band's live performances.
Tickets went on sale on Nov. 18 at TickerMaster's website: https://www.ticketmaster.com/mana-tickets/artist/759223