After selling out the seats for their show at the Luna Park stadium, located in the City of Buenos Aires, in less than two hours, the Mexican band Los Ángeles Azules announced a new date in Argentina to celebrate its 40-year career.
After having started the general sale of tickets, the cumbia group sold the seats for their show on June 2 in less than two hours and had to announce a new function for Wednesday the 1st of that month.
Regarding this second presentation, the tickets will be on sale starting this March 29, at 6:00 p.m., through the platform www.ticketportal.com.ar.
After selling out the All State Arena in Chicago, Los Angeles Azules continue to celebrate by announcing new dates in South America for the middle of this year. The group will begin its tour of the continent in Cochabamba and Santa Cruz (Bolivia) on May 27 and 28, respectively. In addition, they will be presented in Chile, Paraguay, Peru and Colombia.
It is worth mentioning that the anniversary of the group of the Mejía-Avante brothers will feature special guests to perform the most iconic songs, as well as their most recent hits “Cumbia a la gente” and “Otra Noche”.
On the other hand, in August 2020, the group presented its twenty-eighth album entitled “From Buenos Aires to the World”, with some of the most representative figures of local music. It was recorded at the Salón Unione e Benevolenza, and has guests such as Vicentico, Américo, Abel Pintos, Lali, and Palito Ortega, among others.
In turn, at the end of 2021, they released their single “Otra Noche” together with the Argentine singer Nicki Nicole, generating a real impact at the international level, since the video currently exceeds 45 million views on YouTube.