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LOS ÁNGELES AZULES TRIUMPHANTLY KICK OFF THEIR 40 AÑOS USA TOUR

In front of thousands of people energized by the contagious rhythm of cumbia, Los Ángeles Azules kicked off their highly anticipated 40 Años USA Tour this past Thursday at Corpus Christi’s Selena Auditorium, and offered another spectacular SOLD OUT show in McAllen’s Payne Arena the following night.
For almost 2 hours, cumbia’s largest exponents worldwide had their audience dancing to the rhythm of classics such as “Mis Sentimientos”, “Cómo Te Voy a Olvidar”, and “17 Años” alongside Jay de la Cueva, who will join the Mejía-Avante siblings in an additional 5 shows.
The tour will continue tonight, August 28, at the Sames Auto Arena in Laredo, TX and will visit cities such as Dallas and Los Angeles twice, Las Vegas, Washington, New York, San Diego, and Chicago before coming to an end on March 20. 2022 in Indianapolis, IN.
Guaynaa, Ximena Sariñana, Jay de la Cueva, Américo and Kinky are some of the special guests who will join Los Ángeles Azules throughout the United States in celebration of the acclaimed group’s 40-years’ career.
Tickets for the 40 Años US Tour are available through www.ticketmaster.com and www.losangelesazules.com.mx
40 Años U.S. Tour 2021/2022
2021
8/26                Corpus Christi, TX                  Selena Auditorium^
8/27                McAllen, TX                             Payne Arena^
8/28                Laredo, TX                                Sames Auto Arena^
8/29                Austin, TX                                HEB Center^
8/31                Dallas, TX                                 The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory^
9/2                  El Paso, TX                               El Paso County Coliseum+
9/3                  San Antonio, TX                      Freeman Coliseum+
9/4                  Houston, TX                            Smart Financial Centre+
9/5                  Dallas, TX                                The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory+
9/9                  Bakersfield, CA                       Mechanics Arena+
9/10                San Jose, CA                           SAP Center+
9/11                Los Angeles, CA                      Performance Venue @ Hollywood Park*+^
9/12                Las Vegas, NV                         Zappos Theater @ Planet Hollywood*+^
9/23            Ronhert Park, CA               SOMO Concerts
9/24                Los Angeles, CA                      Performance Venue @ Hollywood Park
9/25           Tucson, AZ                       Centennial Hall
9/30             Salt Lake City, UT           Eccles Theater
10/1             Boise, ID                        Revolution Center
10/2            Seattle, WA          WAMU Theatre
10/3              Portland, OR                            Viking Pavilion
10/8                Paso Robles, CA                     Vina Robles Amphitheatre
10/9                Sacramento, CA                      Papa Murphy’s Park
10/10          Fresno, CA                        Saroyan Theatre
11/5                Greensboro, NC                      Greensboro Coliseum #
11/6                Duluth, GA                              Infinite Energy Arena #
11/7                Fort Myers, FL                         Hertz Arena #
11/11              Washington, DC                      MGM National Harbor *+#
11/12              New York, NY                          United Palace *+#
11/19              Albuquerque, NM                   Kiva Auditorium
11/20              Phoenix, AZ                             Arizona Federal Theatre
11/21              San Diego, CA                         Viejas Arena**
11/24              Ontario, CA                             Toyota Arena
11/26              Oakland, CA                            Paramount Theatre
11/27              Reno, NV                                 Reno Events Center
2022
3/18                Chicago, IL                              Allstate Arena
3/19                Milwaukee, WI                        Miller High Life Theatre
3/20                Indianapolis, IN                       Egyptian Room
*with Guaynaa
+with Ximena Sariñana
^with Jay De La Cueva
#with Américo
** with Kinky
Hailing from Iztapalapa, Mexico, Los Ángeles Azules are cumbia’s largest exponents worldwide, having taken their music to the most important stages and international festivals such as Vive Latino and Coachella.
During the past year, despite live events being canceled, the Mejía-Avante siblings continued achieving milestone after milestone and hit after hit. Their most recent album, De Buenos Aires Para el Mundo, debuted #8 on Billboard’s Top Regional Mexican Albums’ Chart, the group’s 12th album to enter the chart’s Top 10. Currently, the album’s music videos surpass 450 million views on YouTube.
Last August, Los Ángeles Azules became the first Mexican group to enter YouTube’s prestigious Billion Views’ Club when the music video for “Nunca Es Suficiente” feat. Natalia Lafourcade reached one million views. Weeks later, Los Ángeles Azules became the only Mexican act to have 2 videos with over 1 billion views on YouTube when the music video for “Mis Sentimientos” feat. Ximena Sariñana also achieved the milestone.
In February 2021, the group was recognized with the Premio Lo Nuestro- Cumbia Legacy Award, and weeks later, they surprised their fans with “Cumbia a la gente” a hit collaboration alongside Puerto Rican star Guaynaa.

Vic
Editor / Writer / Producer For Drop the Spotlight