Maná Adds Dates to México Lindo y Querido U.S. Tour

Lead Photo: Photo by Chris Costoso.
Photo by Chris Costoso.
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Update June 5: Due to high demand, Maná has added eight new shows to their México Lindo y Querido U.S. Tour. The Mexican rock band’s tour has now reached 38 dates in total, with newly-added first-ever headlining performances in Philadelphia, PA (Oct. 21), and Austin, TX (Nov. 3). Other new dates include Newark, NJ, on Oct. 22, Orlando, FL, on Oct. 28, and Hollywood, FL, on Oct. 31. They will wrap up their tour with Edinburg, TX, on Nov. 4, San Diego, CA on Nov. 22, and Fresno, CA on Dec. 1.

Tickets will be on sale starting on June 9 at 10 a.m. local time via Ticketmaster.

Maná’s highly-anticipated México Lindo y Querido Tour has been extended. The popular Mexican rock band announced eight additional dates today (Mar. 20), including their first-ever headlining performances in Seattle and Portland. Due to high demand, the band will perform a third show in Chicago, a second show in San Jose and Houston, and two additional shows in Los Angeles.

“We added more shows to [the] Mexico Lindo y Querido US TOUR! Very grateful to all the fans and excited to see you soon!🔥 June 2 – Seattle, WA🔥 June 3 – Portland, OR🔥Sep 1 – Houston, TX (second show).🔥 Sep 22 – San Jose, CA (second show)🔥 Sep 29 – Denver, CO🔥 Oct 1 – Chicago, IL (third show) 🔥 Nov 24+25 Los Angeles, CA (2 more shows),” Maná announced in a new Instagram video.

It comes as no surprise that fans are looking forward to this new tour that boasts a performance of over two hours with an all-new production and a state-of-the-art video wall. Now, fans are especially excited about the new tour dates. An Instagram user, isa_asc.s, wrote, “Seattle yeahhhhhhhhh Estaré ahí. Gracias ❤️Maná.” Another Instagram user, berecornejo10, wrote, “Finalmente portland!!!”

The emblematic group kicked off their México Lindo y Querido Tour in the Bay Area last weekend. They performed in San Jose, CA, on Mar. 17 and Oakland, CA, on Mar. 18. They donated a portion of these two shows’ proceeds to the Community Bridges organization to help with relief for evacuees from the Pajaro Valley area that were affected by the recent Northern California floods.

“At the heart of Maná is the belief that our music can be a vehicle for social good,” the group’s vocalist, Fher Olvera, said. “When we heard about the devastating storms and saw our people in Pajaro suffering, we knew we had to help. We encourage our fans to help in any way they can.”