Here Are the Setlist & Stage Layout for Fuerza Regida’s Pero No Te Enamores Tour

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Fuerza Regida’s Pero No Te Enamores Tour is on full swing. On June 6, the Mexican-American group kicked off their U.S. leg at the Moody Center in Austin, TX, giving fans a glimpse of what to expect during this year’s highly-anticipated tour.

Fans can look forward to Fuerza Regida singing hits that span across their latest projects, like Dolido Pero No Arrepentido (2024), Pa las Baby’s Y Belikeada (2023), and Pa Que Hablen (2022). They can also expect to hear their most popular collaborations with other artists like Peso Pluma, Calle 24, and Chino Pacas. The Pero No Te Enamores Tour’s setlist starts with one of their most popular collaborations, “Igualito a Mi Apá,” originally sung with La Doble P. It continues with “Dijeron Que No La Iba A Lograr,” originally sung with Pacas, “PLVO BLNCO” which was made popular alongside Pacas and Jonathan Caro, and “Ch y la Pizza” which was released with Natanael Cano. Other songs performed include “TÚ NAME,” “Enculado,” “Brillarosa,” “Falsa,” and “EXCESOS.”

The band continued with fan-favorite songs and collaborations such as “CRAZYZ,” “SABOR FRESA,” “BARBIEZ,” “TQM,” and “Que Onda” (joined by Pacas on this first tour night). They also interpreted popular covers like “El Muchacho Alegre,” famously sung by Pedro Infante and many other música mexicana icons, and “Desvelado” by Bobby Pulido. The band also took a moment to slow down their hype and perform songs like “Una Cerveza” more intimately.

Furthermore, “Chingas A Tu Madre,” their joint track with Grupo Frontera “Bebe Dame,” “911,” and their remix with Tiagz and El Alfa “TACATA” were also part of this setlist. The band closed the show with “HARLEY QUINN,” which remains one of their most streamed songs today.

This tour’s stage layout is a 360-degree center stage that echoes Mexico’s famous palenque-style concerts. Beaming strobe lights that shoot up to the venue’s roof surround the stage as part of the spectacle.

Social media users also captured the tour’s merch for online fans.

The Pero No Te Enamores Tour will continue to Edinburg, TX (June 9). From now to November, the tour will also reach various major cities like Phoenix, AZ; Dallas, TX; Las Vegas, NV; and Inglewood, CA.