Mexican Star Carin León Unveils U.S. Arena Tour Dates

Carin León performs, during the first day of Pa’l Norte Festival 2023 at Parque Fundidora on March 31 in Monterrey, Mexico. (Photo by Medios y Media/Getty Images)

Coming off a successful run throughout the U.S., Mexican singer-songwriter Carin León will return to U.S. arenas for his 27-date “Colmillo de Leche” tour from August through October, AEG Presents announced Thursday.

The star known to blend regional Mexican with other genres will kick off his tour at Allstate Arena in Rosemont, Illinois, and make stops at Denver’s Ball Arena, San Jose’s SAP Center, Austin’s Moody Center, Arena in Los Angeles and Boston’s TD Garden before closing out his run at Spectrum Center in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Fans can register and sign up for early access to tickets at The presale begins Tuesday, May 9, at 10 a.m. local time and general onsale passes can be purchased Thursday, May 11, at 10 a.m. local time.

León, who rose to fame with Grupo Arranke and went solo five years ago, has established himself as one of Mexico’s top artists with more than 19 million monthly listeners on Spotify. He has collaborated with popular musicians such as pop duo Mau y Ricky and regional Mexican standouts Grupo Firme. León recently unveiled a new single called “Primera Cita,” one of the tracks to his upcoming new album, Colmillo de Leche, scheduled to be released worldwide on May 18.

The Mexican singer has 27 headline shows reported to the Pollstar BoxOffice, selling 194,729 tickets and grossing $21.2 million since October 2021. Most recently, he sold out the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, California, on Feb. 26 and earned $1,456,268.

Aug. 10 — Allstate Arena — Rosemont, IL
Aug. 12 — Target Center — Minneapolis, MN
Aug. 17 — Ball Arena — Denver, CO
Aug. 18 — Vivint Arena — Salt Lake City, UT
Aug. 20 — SAP Center at San Jose — San Jose, CA
Aug. 24 — American Airlines Center — Dallas, TX
Aug. 26 — Toyota Center — Houston, TX
Aug. 31 — Moody Center — Austin, TX
Sept. 1 — Payne Arena — Hidalgo, TX
Sept. 2 — Payne Arena — Hidalgo, TX
Sept. 7 — Honda Center — Anaheim, CA
Sept. 8 — Desert Diamond Arena — Glendale, AZ
Sept. 10 — UTEP Don Haskins Center — El Paso, TX
Sept. 14 — T-Mobile Arena — Las Vegas, NV
Sept. 16 — Arena — Los Angeles, CA
Sept. 17 — Save Mart Center at Fresno State — Fresno, CA
Sept. 22 — T-Mobile Center — Kansas City, MO
Sept. 23 — BOK Center — Tulsa, OK
Sept. 24 — United Supermarkets Arena — Lubbock, TX
Sept. 28 — State Farm Arena — Atlanta, GA
Sept. 29 — VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena — Jacksonville, FL
Sept. 30 — Amway Center — Orlando, FL
Oct. 1 — Kaseya Center — Miami, FL
Oct. 5 — TD Garden — Boston, MA
Oct. 6 — Prudential Center — Newark, NJ
Oct. 7 — CFG Bank Arena — Baltimore, MD
Oct. 8 — Spectrum Center — Charlotte, NC