An extensive tour of the United States in support of their new album “El Gladiador Mexicano” will be undertaken by Grammy-winning band Maná in 2023. Beginning in Los Angeles on February 10th, their Mexico Lindo y Querido Tour will continue through September, taking them to various major American cities, including Houston, Miami, Washington, DC, New York City, Chicago, Atlanta, Dallas, and Las Vegas. The new tour comes after the Rayando el Sol Tour, which toured 18 cities in the United States in 2019.
May 18th, 2018, saw the release of ‘El Gladiador Mexicano,’ Maná’s eleventh studio album. Shakira appears on the song “Mi Verdad” from their previous album “Cama Incendiada,” which peaked at No. 1 on Billboard’s Latin chart in 2015. That same year they embarked on their Cama Incendiada Tour, making stops around the Americas, Europe, and Central/South America. The group, located in Guadalajara, was founded in 1981 and had Fher Olvera, Alex González, Sergio Valln, and Juan Calleros as current members.
The following songs are expected to be on Mana’s setlist. However, this will change depending on the location:
· Manda una señal
· Oye mi amor
· Corazón espinado
· Labios compartidos
· Bendita tu luz
· Vivir sin aire
· Mariposa traicionera
· De pies a cabeza
· Como te deseo
· Me vale
· Eres mi religión
· En el muelle de San Blas
· Clavado en un bar
· Rayando el sol
· Dónde jugarán los niños?
· Se me olvidó otra vez (Maná cover)
How long do Mana concerts typically last?
The average concert lasts between three and five hours. However, this may vary significantly based on the headliner, the support acts, encores, etc. An average Mana concert will last 2.25 hours.
Approximately how much are tickets to Mana?
The secondary market price of a Mana ticket may change. Tickets to see Mana can be purchased for as little as $69.00, with a price average of $160.00.
Seats on the Mana floor might be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Floor seats and first-row seats are sometimes among the most costly in a venue. The most expensive seats for Mana might be in the middle orchestra section.
Mana is a band from Guadalajara in Mexico, and they play pop-rock. The band has won several awards and recognition for their work, including four Grammys, eight Latin Grammys, and countless others.
They began performing together in 1986, and by 1992, their third album, titled “Dónde Jugarán Los Nios?,” had surpassed all others as the best-selling Spanish-language rock album ever. Including 2015’s ‘Cama Incendiada,’ they have now released a total of eleven studio albums.