Mana 2015 Tour
6/24/15 - Mexican rock group Maná recently used their star power to stand up for human rights amid Donald Trump’s highly criticized bid for presidency. The group called Trump out for making comments about Latinos, and specifically Mexicans, that were “full of hate.” Fher Olvera, lead singer and guitarist of the group, spoke out against Trump’s sad remarks equating Latinos to “rapists, criminals, and drug traffickers,” reminding Trump that many residents of Mexico have come to the United States to help build it, including many of his buildings. Olvera’s comments were met with resounding cheers, as he made them amid sound checks prior to the group’s show at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, CA last Thursday. Come show this band your support at tonight’s show in Newark, NJ.
6/16/15 - Reggaeton and Latin music stars Mana have officially kicked off the North American leg of their 2015 tour after playing an incredible opening show at the Valley View Casino Center in San Diego last week. The Mexican rock group took the stage by storm as they played classic and well known hits like “Labios Compartidos,” “Donde Jugaran Los Niños,” “Baila Morena,” and “Como Te Deseo.” They also performed fresh material off of their new album, Cama Incendiada. Their next two shows take place on Thursday, June 18 and Saturday, June 20 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Tickets to Thursday’s show start at just $24 and are available in a wide range, so don’t miss your chance to see these red hot rockers from Mexico.
5/5/15 - The Rock in Rio USA music festival will be serving up a healthy portion of Latin Fever this week. Mana will be taking the stage on May 8 as a part of the lineup, and their catchy tunes and overall spicy flavor will leave you all but forgetting about the rest of the headliners. Known for hits such as “Corazon Espinado” and “Baila Morena,” their popularity has taken root in Spanish and non-Spanish speaking countries alike. Don’t be surprised if you catch yourself dancing the night away to these and other tunes, such as some new songs from their latest album, Cama Incendiada, which means “the burning bed.” Don’t miss this night of hot music from one of the hottest bands on the scene. Tickets for this weekend’s shows start at $118.
4/16/15 - Latin music and reggaeton sensation Maná have just announced a North American tour, with dates kicking off later this summer. They are currently one of Latin music’s leading rock bands, and are heading out on world tour to promote their new album Cama Incendiada. The North American leg of the tour will include 17 stops, largely cities in the southern United States. It all kicks off at the City of Rock in Las Vegas, when the band will appear at the Rock in Rio USA music festival. After that, the group will embark on their solo tour starting at the Valle View Casino Center in San Diego on Wedensday, June 10. Tickets are currently available to all shows through July 11 in varying quantities and prices.