Maná added a fourth show at the Movistar Arena: how to get tickets

Maná added a fourth show at the Movistar Arena: how to get tickets

Manna announced that after selling out three Movistar Arenas in February, it added a new date for Sunday, March 3 at the Villa Crespo stadium.

To the shows on February 20, 22 and 24, all sold outthe group that returns to Argentina after 8 years, joins this March.

The presentations will be made within the framework of his tour Beautiful Mexico Dear during the Latin American leg, which before the shows at the Movistar Arena will take you to Asunción in Paraguay, and then to Viña del Mar and Santiago in Chile; Bogotá, Lima, Quito and Guatemala City.

Tickets for Maná at the Movistar Arena

Tickets for the new show on March 3 are now on sale through the stadium’s website.


México Lindo y Querido, which after its Latin American leg will have a European tour, is a show lasting more than two hours, with the band’s relentless hits and songs from their latest albums.

Considered the most influential rock band in Spanish in the world, Maná began its journey in 1986 when four friends from Guadalajara came together to mix new rock sounds with Latin and Caribbean rhythms.

The group includes Fher Olvera as vocalist, guitarist and main composer, Alex Gonzalez in the battery, Sergio Vallin on the guitar, and Juan Calleros on the bass His first album, “Falta Amor” is from 1990; and in 1992 they released “Where Will the Children Play?”, which sold more than 10 million copies worldwide and launched them onto the international scene.

To date, he has released 11 albums recorded in the studio along with several live shows and recordings and has won 4 Grammy Awards and 9 Latin Grammy Awards, in addition to the Latin Billboard Award for Artistic Lifetime Achievement in 2018, the Latin Grammy Person of the Year in 2018 and most recently the 2021 Latin Billboard Icon Award.

Source: Ambito

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