Caifanes Reunite! 2011 Tour Dates

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After 16 years since their breakup, legendary and iconic Mexican band Caifanes announced a reunion. Something definitely unpredictable and long awaited. Though, Caifanes have already played in front of thousands at Vive Latino and Coachella earlier this year, they now set for the official tour!

Frontman Saul Hernandez declares, “The last two concerts were the reaffirmation of a story and it made ​​us feel that deep down we knew that it was not lost. Surprised and excited, we want to share this with you once again.”

Caifanes emerged in the mid ’80s and influenced the Mexican rock scene and other bands like Mexico City-based Maldita Vecindad, Santa Sabina, La Castañeda, La Cuca, La Lupita, Fobia, Botellita de Jerez among others. During the band’s trajectory, Caifanes launched four studio albums such as El Negro (1988), El Diablito (1990), El Silencio (1992) and El Nervio del Volcán (1994) which provoked a musical movement and Mexican identity for generations to follow.

The band’s songs were influenced by post punk groups such as The Cure, and reflected a particular spiritual and almost occult element that resonated with Mexico’s street and underground culture. Caifanes broke up in 1995 and Saul Hernandez took on his second major music project as Jaguares. Years later, he went solo. I’m glad Hernandez and the über-talented guitarist Marcovich finally made their amends!

Confirmed Tour Dates:


15 – Chicago, Aragon Ballroom
16 – Las Vegas, House of Blues
17 – San Diego, Valley View Casino Center
18 – San Francisco, The Warfield
23 – Monterrey, Teatro Banamex
24 – Monterrey, Teatro Banamex


01 – Mexico DF, Palacio de Los Deportes
02 – Mexico DF, Palacio de Los Deportes
04 – Mexico DF, Palacio de Los Deportes
05 – Mexico DF, Palacio de Los Deportes
07 – Puebla, Estadio de Beisbol Hermanos Serdan
08 – Guadalajara, Arena VF
12 – New York, Hammerstein Ballroom
14 – Los Angeles, Nokia
15 – Los Angeles, Nokia
19 – Acapulco, Auditorio del Mundo Imperial
21 – Veracruz, Estadio De Beisbol Beto Avila
23 – Tuxtla Gutierrez, Estadio De Fútbol Flor De Sospo
25 – Queretaro, Estadio Municipal
26 – Leon, Estadio Domingo Santana
27 – Aguascalientes, Parque Alberto Romo Chavez
29 – San Luis Potosi, Estadio 20 De Noviembre
30 – Torreon, Estadio Revolución


1- Hermosillo, Expoforum
2 – Mexicali, F X
4 – Chihuahua, Gran Estadio De Chihuahua
5 – Cd. Juarez, Estadio Carta Blanca