The band will kick off the next section of the tour with a swing through South America and will play multi-night stands in arenas and stadiums, including two shows at the Arena Santiago in Chile (May 4 and 5) and three shows at Estadio Velez Sarsfield in Buenos Aires, Argentina (May 11-13).

Next up for the band is a 15-date trek through Spain with stops in cities including Santiago, Leon, Barcelona, Murcia, Sevilla and Las Palmas. They’ll also play one of the most famous places in the country, the Plaza De Toros in Pamplona, on June 16.

Maná will return to the States in August for another round of dates including stops at Dodge Arena in Hidalgo, Texas (August 28), two shows at the Toyota Center in Houston (September 1 and 2), U.S. Airways Center in Phoenix (September 9), the Staples Center in Los Angeles (September 20), the Allstate Arena in Rosemont, Ill. (October 4), New York’s Madison Square Garden (October 9) and Miami’s AmericanAirlines Arena (October 13).

When they’re not selling out stadiums around the world – according to Pollstar‘s figures, the band’s February and March tour of the States sold an average of more than 17,000 tickets per show – the members of Maná devote a lot of their time to humanitarian efforts through the band’s Selva Negra foundation. In addition to working to help people in some of the most destitute parts of Mexico, the foundation also focuses on raising ecological awareness worldwide.