Tickets purchased for the initial show will honored on the new date, while the other dates of the tour remain the same.
ST. PAUL, MN. (January 10, 2019).
Through the following announcement we would like to inform that due to logistics in
Marco Antonio Solis' "Y La Historia Continúa Tour"
, the concert scheduled for
March 29, 2019
St. Paul, Minnesota
, will be rescheduled for
April 24, 2020
. The rest of the dates remain the same.
Tickets purchased for the initial show will be honored for the new date. For those unable to attend to the new date, refunds will be issued in the same manner in which the original tickets were purchased: you can call Ticketmaster 1-800-745-3000 or at the theater’s box office.
Following an incredible tour that started in August 2017 where millions of fans all over North and South America had the opportunity to be delighted and touched by Marco Antonio Solís’ voice and personality, the artist once again will travel across the continent to connect with his audience.
In December, the iconic singer-songwriter announced a long list of dates for his successful tour ‘Y La Historia Continúa’ across the United States. The tour will kick off in March 31st at the Allstate Arena in Chicago.
Additionally, Marco Antonio Solís will return to Los Angeles, California with a magnificent show at the iconic Hollywood Bowl (October 4), a venue where the artist will perform for the first time.
Marco Antonio Solís
is also celebrating 42 years of an outstanding career with the release of his new album,
‘MÁS De Mis Recuerdos’
, featuring a collection of some his most famous tracks reinvented for new and younger audiences. The first single,
“Yo Te Necesito”
became an instant hit in the United States just days after being released. Likewise, the album is rapidly climbing the charts proving that the signer’s romanticism remains as resonant as ever.
“Y La Historia Continúa” U.S. Tour Dates 2019:
March 31 - All-StateArena – Chicago, IL
April 12 – H-E-B Center – Austin, TX
April 13 -Don Haskins – El Paso, TX
August 16 - Agganis Arena – Boston, MA
August 17 - Madison Square Garden – New York, NY
August 23 - Greensboro Coliseum – Greensboro, NC
August 24 - Infinite Energy Arena – Atlanta, GA
August 31 - AmericanAirlines Arena – Miami, FL
September 1 - Amway Center – Orlando, FL
September 13 - Mandalay Bay – Las Vegas, NV
September 20 - Maverick Center – Salt Lake City, UT
September 21 - Pepsi Center – Denver, CO
September 27 – Town Toyota Center - Wenatchee, WA
September 28 – Toyota Center - Kennewick, WA
October 4 – Hollywood Bowl – Los Angeles, CA
October 11 - Smart Financial Centre – Houston, TX
October 13 - American Airlines Center – Dallas, TX
October 18 – State Farm Arena – Hidalgo, TX
April 24- Xcel Energy Center - St. Paul, MN