Advertisement
Advertisement
Share

Grupo Firme to perform at Petco Park as part of U.S. tour

Grupo Firme received at the Staples Center a certification for having reached over 1 billion streams.
Grupo Firme received, during the first concert at the Staples Center, a certification for having reached more than 1 billion streams of their songs on digital platforms. TuStreams and its executive Tony Larios made the presentation.
(Mané Borja)

The regional music Mexican group is scheduled Aug. 27 for San Diego.

The Latin Grammy-award winning group Grupo Firme is set to perform in San Diego as part of its first U.S. stadium tour, making it the first Tijuana and first Mexican act to headline at Petco Park. The show will take place on Saturday, Aug. 27.

The group has made a name for itself with such hits as “Ya Supérame”, “El Tóxico” and “Gracias,” as well as “Cada quien,” in collaboration with Maluma.

As part of its “Enfiestados y Amanecidos” tour, Grupo Firme will visit nine cities across the country.

In 2021, the band sold out seven dates at the then Staples Center (now Crypto.com Arena) in Los Angeles. This month, they will perform at the well-known Coachella festival.

“This tour is completely revamped. It´ll bring the essence of each of us,” Eduin Caz, the band’s lead singer, said in a statement. “We all have our ways, and so we´re hoping to translate that on stage.”

The group said the shows will feature folclórico dancers, and teased that they would include banda, norteño and mariachi tracks. “It’s going to be a Mexican party in the U.S.,” Caz said.

The 2022 tour will include these stops: Saturday and Sunday, May 28-29, at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood; Saturday, July 2, at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara; Saturday, July 9, at FedExField near Washington, D.C.; Saturday, July 23, at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta; Saturday, July 30, at SeatGeek Stadium near Chicago; Saturday, Aug. 6, at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas; Saturday, Aug. 27, at Petco Park; and Saturday, Sept. 3, at NRG Stadium in Houston.

Tickets for the San Diego concert will go on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. Friday, April 15, through Ticketmaster. Tickets start at $62.50 and go up to $503.


Advertisement