Los Angeles Azules | Vina Robles Amphitheater



After a year without offering live concerts, Los Ángeles Azules announces today their long-awaited “40 Años” tour. With more than 25 concerts across the United States, the tour will stop at the Vina Robles Amphitheater on October 8, 2021, to celebrate the group’s 40-year career.

Presale tickets are available Thursday April 22 using code LAA40, and tickets will go on sale from this Friday April 23rd, at 10 a.m. PT via Ticketmaster.com. This event date is subject to guidelines from the State of California, CDC, and local government to help the community stay safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. Thank you for your collaboration. For complete safety guidelines regulated by the U.S. government, please visit cdc.gov/covid19.

Hailing from Iztapalapa, Mexico, Los Ángeles Azules are the foremost representatives of cumbia in the world, having brought their music to the most important stages and international festivals such as Vive Latino and Coachella.

Over the past year, despite the live events being canceled, the Mejía-Avante siblings have continued to hit milestones and afterthought hits. Their most recent album, De Buenos Aires Para el Mundo, debuted at No. 8 on Billboard’s Best Regional Mexican Albums chart, the group’s 12th.e album to enter the Top 10 of the ranking. Currently, the clips from the album exceed 450 million views on YouTube.

Last August, Los Angeles Azules became the first Mexican group to enter YouTube’s prestigious Billion Views’ Club with the music video for “Nunca Es Suficiente”. Natalia Lafourcade reaches one million views. A few weeks later, Los Angeles Azules became the only Mexican group to have 2 videos with over a billion views on YouTube when the music video for “Mis Sentimientos” feat. Ximena Sariñana has also taken the leap.

Recently, the group received the Premio Lo Nuestro-Cumbia Legacy Award.

In this new tour, fans will be able to enjoy classics such as “Cómo Te Voy a Olvidar” and “El Listón de tu Pelo”, as well as many other surprises to celebrate their 40 years of career.



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