Mexican Rockers Mana To Bring Latino Power To The US – The Politically Charged Tour Aims To Deliver More Than Music

February 19, 2016

The most heard and widely sold Mexican band, Mana has announced a US Fall tour that will be a lot more than just a concert run. “The Latino Power Tour” is timed to lead the presidential election and will aim to energize the Latino community. The 18-city trek starts September 9 from San Diego and will wrap up on November 9 in Sacramento. An influential name in the Latin music scene, the rock legends have been both social advocates and cultural ambassadors, and through their tour will be inspiring and uniting Latino communities all across the nation.

 

The Grammy Award winning quartet – Fher Olvera, Alex González, Sergio Vallín and Juan Calleros, were officially inducted into the Hollywood Walk of Fame on February 10, 2016 and is the first Mexican band to receive the honor. Mana will also be celebrating their 30th anniversary on this much anticipated tour and all this hype has increased the demand of Mana tickets.

This is not the first time that Mana has spoken about the US presidential campaign. Since the trek will be empowering the community, encouraging voters to come out, Latino Power Tour tickets have been made affordable especially in big markets like San Diego, New York, Atlanta and Inglewood.

 

The inaugural event will be hosted by Viejas Arena At Aztec Bowl in San Diego, and carries a price tag of $204. Dallas has the most expensive tickets, averaging $331 for the October 2 concert at the American Airlines Center. On September 16 the band will head to Las Vegas and it’s the second most expensive stop, average ticket price stated as $327 on our website.

Mana’s fans in Atlanta are being offered the cheapest tickets, average price being $195. According to our website, the average ticket price for the 18 dates is $242, which makes it quite a reasonable tour considering they are the most popular, arena-level live act. The Latino Power tour will feature their greatest hits and the band will be using their mass appeal to act as the advocates, urging Latinos to have their voice count in the forthcoming elections.

 

September 9. – @ San Diego – Viejas Arena At Aztec Bowl | Average Ticket Price: $204.21 | Get In Price: $80

September 10. – @ Phoenix – Talking Stick Resort Arena | Average Ticket Price: $200.83 | Get In Price: $7

September 14. – @ Denver – Pepsi Center – Denver | Average Ticket Price: $264.95 | Get In Price: $87

September 16. – @ Las Vegas – MGM Grand Garden Arena | Average Ticket Price: $327.1 | Get In Price: $88

September 17. – @ San Jose – SAP Center | Average Ticket Price: $245.73 | Get In Price: $9

September 20. – @ Fresno – Save Mart Center | Average Ticket Price: $247.54 | Get In Price: $72

September 24. – @ Inglewood – The Forum – Los Angeles | Average Ticket Price: $256.12 | Get In Price: $29

September 25. – @ Inglewood – The Forum – Los Angeles | Average Ticket Price: $268.79 | Get In Price: $29

September 28. – @ El Paso – Don Haskins Center | Average Ticket Price: $215.78 | Get In Price: $76

September 30. – @ Laredo – Laredo Energy Arena | Average Ticket Price: $207.35 | Get In Price: $79

October 1. – @ Houston – Toyota Center – TX | Average Ticket Price: $227.1 | Get In Price: $81

October 2. – @ Dallas – American Airlines Center | Average Ticket Price: $330.87 | Get In Price: $7

October 21. – @ Rosemont – Allstate Arena | Average Ticket Price: $282.88 | Get In Price: $140

October 24. – @ New York – Madison Square Garden | Average Ticket Price: $210.57 | Get In Price: $29

October 26. – @ Atlanta – Philips Arena | Average Ticket Price: $195.15 | Get In Price: $7

October 29. – @ Miami – American Airlines Arena | Average Ticket Price: $213.06 | Get In Price: $15

November 4. – @ San Antonio – AT&T Center | Average Ticket Price: $258.79 | Get In Price: $130

November 9. – @ Sacramento – Golden 1 Center | Average Ticket Price: $208.08 | Get In Price: $66

 

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