ALEJANDRO FERNÁNDEZ ANNOUNCES AMOR Y PATRIA SHOWS TO CELEBRATE MEXICAN INDEPENDENCE DAY WITH U.S. FANS

Today, Alejandro Fernández announced a limited run of 6 dates in the U.S. The shows titled AMOR y PATRIA are a celebration of Mexican Independence (Fiestas Patrias) and will be produced by Live Nation. The tour kicks off visiting Tucson’s AVA Amphitheater at Casino del Sol, Ontario’s Toyota Arena, Temecula’s Pechanga Resort Casino, Las Vegas’ MGM Grand Arena (2 nights) accompanied by his son Alex Fernández, and a special show at the Pico Rivera Sports Arena.
Tickets go on sale starting Friday April 15th at 10am PST on Ticketmaster.com
The performances—a celebration of love and patriotism–will mark his return to the U.S. following the passing of his legendary father ​​Vicente Fernández late last year.
“I am very excited to come back to the US to perform and celebrate AMOR y PATRIA with all of my fans. I will see you all very soon…. VIVA MEXICO!” , said Alejandro Fernández.
AMOR Y PATRIA DATES:
Sep 9th – Tucson, AZ – AVA Amphitheater at Casino del Sol*
Sep 10th – Ontario, CA – Toyota Arena
Sep 11th – Temecula, CA – Pechanga Resort Casino*
Sep 15th – Las Vegas, NV – MGM Grand Arena (Alex Fernández)
Sep 17th – Las Vegas, NV – MGM Grand Arena  (Alex Fernández)
Sep  18th – Pico Rivera, CA – Pico Rivera Sports Arena*
*Not A Live Nation Date
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Alejandro Fernández’s most recent SOLD OUT US TOUR “Hecho en México” wrapped in October 2021. Alejandro’s most successful US tour ever, came on the heels of his hugely successful album of the same name which garnered him 4 number-one singles on US Latin radio charts. Alejandro became the first Latino artist to achieve number one albums in 4 consecutive decades—1990’s, 2000’s, 2010’s and 2020.
Alejandro’s Hecho en México tour raised over $100,000 USD to assist immigrant families separated at the US/Mexico Border.  For the Amor Y Patria shows, Fernández will continue to support the US Hispanic community by donating part of his proceeds to Dream Big Nevada and Dreamers Resource Center, a scholarship program at Rio Hondo College that assists the undocumented student population in their pursuit of higher education.