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Maná Brings The Latino Power Tour To Honda Center This Fall

Sep. 19, 2016

Due to overwhelming fan demand, Maná is now adding an additional tour stop at Honda Center for fans in and around Orange County.

Tickets for the November 19th date will go on-sale this Friday, Sept. 23 at 10:00am local time.

Multi-platinum selling and Grammy Award®-winning rock band, Maná, are on their most influential tour yet – THE LATINO POWER TOUR.  Produced by Live Nation, the tour kicked-off on September 9 and will play major arenas throughout the United States including New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, Atlanta, Las Vegas, Houston, Dallas and more. As Latin Rock’s most engaging arena-level live band, longtime cultural ambassadors and powerful social advocates, Maná, brought 80 tons of state of the art concert production gear to the road across the United States with the goal of uniting and inspiring Latino communities to make their voices heard this fall.

For The “LATINO POWER TOUR,” Maná is sharing a new production combining their greatest career hits, latest chart-topping songs from their Latin Grammy winning Cama Incendiada álbum, and uniting fans with organizations like Voto Latino and Latino Victory to provide both the inspiration and information needed to have their voices count come November.

During a recent run of concerts in Latin America, Mexican supergroup Maná began playing early fan favorite "De Pies a Cabez” once again, from the band’s landmark/breakthrough album ¿Dónde Jugarán Los Niños?. Soon after, the multi-platinum rockers happened to cross paths with fellow chart-topping Latin star Nicky Jam, who professed to being a longtime fan, and a fun collaboration was quickly born - "De Pies a Cabez ”featuring Nicky Jam. Now, in conjunction with the excitement generated by the U.S. launch of Maná’s nationwide “Latin Power Tour,” the track has quickly leapt to the top of Latin Radio playlists across the country and will land at #1 on this week’s Billboard “Latin Airplay” chart.  This extends Mana’s own record for the most #1 singles for any Latin Rock Band.