Maná Announces their First U.S. Tour in 4 Years & Fans Are Losing It

Lead Photo: Photo by Chris Costoso.
Photo by Chris Costoso.
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If you were looking for a concert to start your 2023 itinerary, look no further. Maná, one of the world’s most influential Latine rock bands, is bringing their “México Lindo y Querido” Tour to the U.S. early next year.

“The love we have for our race made us and the dreams of those kids from Guadalajara made us fly,” wrote the band in an Instagram caption announcing the tour. “México, lindo y querido, we sing to you here and wherever we go!”

The Mexican band will kick off the U.S. leg of the tour in Los Angeles on Feb. 10 and will play arenas in major cities, including Houston, Washington D.C., New York, Chicago, and Las Vegas before wrapping up in Sacramento, CA, on Sep. 23. The concert trek originally kicked off this past summer in Mexico before playing stadiums in Colombia and Puerto Rico

The new tour marks the first time Maná is touring U.S. cities since their 2019 “Rayando el Sol Tour,” which concluded before the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. The group also performed a record-breaking arena residency in Los Angeles earlier this year.

After nearly four years away from their U.S. fans, Maná fans took to social media to express their excitement over the tour announcement.

“Mana is finally going on tour again,” wrote one Twitter user followed by crying and heart eye emojis.

“Mana is going on tour,” wrote another social media user before sounding off the alarms. “This is not a drill!”

“Not Maná announcing the tour,” wrote another excited fan. “Sorry Taylor Swift, my money is going towards Maná.”

“Just last night my parents and I were talking about Maná and today they announced a tour,” says another fan with crying emojis.

Given their repertoire of hits and the caliber of their concerts, Maná’s new tour is likely to be a hot ticket. Tickets will go on sale beginning Friday, Nov. 18 on