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With February Tour Dates Bringing The Legendary Band Back To New York City, Washington DC, Philadelphia, And Multiple Shows Across Texas & Florida

The Voice of the People” Will Be Celebrating Another Grammy Nomination And Recent Milestone Chart Records – While Also Encouraging U.S. Fans To Further Empower Their Community By Registering To Vote Through The SomosMas2016 Initiative Recently Launched In Partnership With Maná & Voto Latino


The New York City & Washington DC Performances Will Continue The Band’s Long-Standing February Tradition Of Armory Concerts Running Well Into The AM Hours

“Mexican music’s greatest statesmen …Los Tigres sell millions of records, regularly top Billboard’s Latin charts and draw tens of thousands of fans… They are more than a band, They are social leaders as well, who steer the course of the conversation among Mexican-Americans and the Latino community…

Their [concerts are] mega-size: music all night and far into the morning hours”New York Times


“Try to imagine something between Bruce Springsteen and The Rolling Stones and you get an idea as to the kind of crowds Los Tigres can draw… Los Tigres make the people they sing about feel powerful.” –New Yorker

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LOS TIGRES DEL NORTE – February 2016 U.S. Tour Dates

February 05                   Odessa, TX                    Farwest ball room

February 06                   Amarillo, TX                 Azteca Music Hall

February 12                   Philadelphia, PA            Philly Event Center

February 13                   New York, NY              Bedford Armory (Brooklyn)

February 14                   Washington, DC            DC Armory

February 19                   West Palm Beach, FL    West Palm Beach Fairgrounds

February 20                  Fort Myers, FL              Germain Arena

February 21                   Tampa, FL                    Tampa Fairgrounds

February 25                   Brownsville, TX            Sombrero Festival

February 26                   Corpus Christi, TX       Cielo Ballroom

February 27                   San Antonio, TX           San Antonio Event Center

February 28                   Laredo, TX                    Casa Blanca Ballroom

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Los Tigres Del Norte’s Recently Released Live Album DESDE EL AZTECAConcluded 2015, And Began 2016 At #1 On The “Regional Mexican Albums” Chart. This Extends The Band’s Record (Now 24) For Most #1 Albums Since The Creation of the Chart in 1985.

The Album’s Debut Also Gave Los Tigres Sole Possession Of The Record For

The Most Ever Top-10 Albums In The History of the Overall “Top Latin Albums” Chart

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Already Six-Time GRAMMY & Six-Time LATIN GRAMMY Winners,

LOS TIGRES DEL NORTE’s Most Recent Studio Album,

REALIDADES” Recently Received a GRAMMY Nomination For “Best Regional Mexican Album”


“One of the best albums of the year”- So. Cal Public Radio


“A parade of powerful songwriting… After decades of hits, the band still makes sparks fly when they challenge social themes head-on” – iTunes“Editor’s Choice”


The eagerly-awaited release of their first new studio album in four years, “Realidades” (Realities) found Los Tigres del Norte continuing to proudly wear the mantle of social messengers for their community -detailing true-life stories of danger, discrimination and social rejection often faced by both Mexican and Mexican-American fans on either side of the border.  Quickly reaching #1 on charts in the United States & Mexico, “Realidades” is highlighted by first single “La Bala” (The Bullet) – which tells the heartbreaking tale of unexpected loss that can occur when we do not collectively stand up to gun violence.  The song was anchored in the #1 chart position in Mexico for several weeks as the country and band in tandem cried out over the widely reported disappearance of 43 students.  Los Tigres also received a special recognition award from GLAAD for the groundbreaking track “Era Diferente” – which is widely considered to be the first Norteno song to advocate for LGBT tolerance.

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