Marco Antonio Solís Plots 2019 U.S. Dates

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The story continues for the legendary Marco Antonio Solís, who is planning to take on U.S. arenas throughout seven months next month.

The “Y La Historia Continúa” rambles on through the U.S. at

A presale for Citi cardholders and a special artist presale both began Dec. 11. The general onsale began Dec. 14 at noon.
The tour is co-produced by Live Nation and VIVA Tu Música. 

Solís is promoting his latest album, MÁS De Mis Recuerdos, which has “reinventions” of some of his most famous tracks. Solís was also featured in some of the Spanish versions of songs from last year’s Pixar blockbuster “Coco,” which was the No. 1 movie in Mexico ever, according to Deadline.

His daughter, Beatriz Solís, also does music and is in a position to develop into a strong touring act in her own right.

Pollstar has extensive reports from Marco Antonio Solís throughout his career, including an extended run through the U.S. and Mexico this year. He grossed more than $2.5 million over two nights at Forum in Inglewood, Calif., last year and topped $1.3 million over two nights at Zapopan, Mexico this year. He also topped a $1 million in Anaheim, Calif., and San Jose, Calif., this year. 

Solís’s 2019 routing is pasted below for ease of reference.

March 29 – Xcel Energy Arena – St. Paul, MN
March 31 – All-State Arena – 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