Get your Maná tickets today! As the largest Latin Rock band in the world, Mexican act Maná has been delighting audiences since 1986. The group is heading out for the "Latino Power Tour" in the fall of 2016. Time is running out on one of their biggest tours yet, buy your Maná tickets on TicketNetwork.com and enjoy the show!
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Falta Amor (1990)
¿Dónde Jugarán los Niños? (1992)
Cuando los Ángeles Lloran (1995)
Sueños Líquidos (1997)
Revolución de Amor (2002)
Amar es Combatir (2006)
Drama y Luz (2011)
Cama Incendiada (2015)
In February 2016, Maná announced an American tour that will take place during the fall months. Titled the "Latino Power Tour," Maná will make 22 stops across the country, where the band will "engage Latino communities across the nation" and encourage them to vote during the 2016 presidental elections. Purposley timed to take place around election time, the tour kicks off at Viejas Arena in San Diego on September 9 and will stop at large arenas across the country, including the Pepsi Center in Denver, American Airlines Center in Dallas, Philips Arena in Atlanta, and Madison Square Garden in New York City. The tour's final show is scheduled to take place at Golden 1 Center in Sacramento on November 9. Find your Maná tickets today before they're gone!
Maná emerged out of the "Rock en tu idioma" (Rock in your language) movement, which aimed to influence young talent in Latin America to create rock bands that had international appeal. Before the movement's arrival in Mexico, Maná was known as Sombrero Verde, which was formed in 1975 by José Fernando "Fher" Olvera, Gustavo Orozco, and brothers Juan Diego, Ulysses, and Abraham Calleros. The group released two albums before changing their name to Maná in 1986.
The newly recommissioned group, now down a Calleros brother and guitarist Orozco, was slow to gain a following. Their self-titled first album was largely a flop. The second one, entitled Falta Amor (Lack of Love), initially seemed destined for the same fate. Then Maná released their first single "Rayando El Sol" (Breaking Dawn), which turned into a hit, and raised the profile of its parent album. The first circuit of Maná concerts after releasing the album included a successful show in Ecuador, proving they had what it took to perform internationally.
The band's big breakthrough came via their third album ¿Dónde Jugarán los Niños? (Where are the children going to play?). The album spent over a year on the Latin music charts and produced eight now-classic songs. The first Maná tour in the United States came in 1993, during which the band established a foothold with that country's Latin rock fans. Maná's fifth album, Sueños Líquidos (Liquid Dreams), continued the band's ascent toward international stardom by giving them even greater attention in the United States and Spain. It also earned the band their first Grammy Award. By this time, everyone was looking to buy Maná tickets.
Maná's first album of the new century was also their biggest success yet. Revolución de Amor (Revolution of Love), released in 2002, is considered one of their best albums. It featured Carlos Santana on a track, and was the source of their second Grammy. After a five year break, Maná was back with Amar es Combatir (Love Means to Battle). The band received a third Grammy and the album's first single "Labios Compartidos" is one of their most popular yet. Their latest album Cama Incendiada (Burned Bed) was released in April 2015.
Grammy Award for Best Latin Rock/Alternative Performance for "Sueños Líquidos" - 1999
Grammy Award for Best Latin Rock/Alternative Album for "Revolución de Amor" - 2003
Grammy Award for Best Latin Rock/Alternative Album for "Amar es Combatir" - 2007
Grammy Award for Best Latin Pop, Rock or Urban Album for "Drama y Luz" - 2012