Pepe Aguilar Unveils 22-Date Tour, Including Jaripeo Sin Fronteras Spectacle

Pepe Aguilar, accompanied by his daughter Ángela Aguilar and son Leonardo Aguilar, attend a press conference to promote the ‘Jaripeo sin Fronteras’ tour at the Plaza de Toros Mexico in Mexico City on Feb. 15. (Jorge Gonzalez/ Eyepix Group/Future Publishing via Getty Images)

Pepe Aguilar, one of the most influential Mexican American artists of his generation, announced he will be hitting the road this summer with 22 shows and bringing along his family and horses on select nights.

Of the 22 dates, 14 of them will be Aguilar’s popular Jaripeo Sin Fronteras spectacle which features him performing on horseback and joined on stage by his children, Ángela Aguilar and Leonardo Aguilar, as well as his brother Antonio Aguilar, hijo.

Pepe Aguilar, the son of iconic Mexican singer-actors Antonio Aguilar and Flor Silvestre, will kick off his combined tour, produced by the headlining artist in partnership with Live Nation, of solo performances and jaripeos at Acrusure Arena in Palm Desert on July 21. He will make stops in New York City, Austin, Chicago, Nashville, Las Vegas and Los Angeles before his final show at Accesso ShoWare Center in Kent, Washington.

Tickets for both tours are available March 3 at 10 a.m. local time, beginning with the artist and Live Nation presale, at Ticketmaster. VIP packages will be offered for the shows, and the general onsale for the combined tour will begin Saturday, March 4, at 10 a.m. local time.

July 21 — Acrisure Arena — Palm Desert, CA *
July 22 — Save Mart Center — Fresno, CA
July 29 — Theater at Madison Square Garden — New York City, NY
Oct. 20 — Moody Amphitheater — Austin, TX
Oct. 21 — Payne Arena  — Hidalgo, TX
Oct. 29 — Bellco Theatre — Denver, CO
Nov. 24 — Alaska Airlines’ Theater of the Clouds at Moda Center — Portland, OR
Nov. 25 — Accesso ShoWare Center — Kent, WA

Date already on sale*

Aug. 04 — FLA Live Arena — Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Aug. 05 — Amway Center — Orlando, FL
Aug. 18 — Allstate Arena — Chicago, IL
Aug. 19 — Allstate Arena — Chicago, IL
Aug. 25 — Bridgestone Arena — Nashville, TN
Aug. 27 — PNC Arena — Raleigh, NC
Sep. 02 — Honda Center — Anaheim, CA
Sep. 03 — Honda Center — Anaheim, CA
Nov. 03 — Arena — Los Angeles, CA
Nov. 04 — Arena — Los Angeles, CA
Nov. 10 — Desert Diamond Arena — Glendale, AZ
Nov. 11 — MGM Grand Garden Arena — Las Vegas, NV
Nov. 18 — Mechanics Arena — Bakersfield, CA 
Nov. 19 — Golden 1 Center — Sacramento, CA