Mexican Alt-Rockers División Minúscula, Jumbo To Embark On U.S. Tour

Rockeros in the States will need to dust off their black attire this year with the return of two Mexican bands that spearheaded the Latin alternative scene in the 2000s. División Minúscula and Jumbo are joining forces for a 14-date tour this year, performing at intimate theaters across the U.S. to celebrate their legacy and the present.

The tour, produced by Live Nation and MATS Agency, starts April 17 at the House of Blues in Chicago and includes stops at New York City’s Irving Plaza, The Depot in Salt Lake City, Seattle’s Neptune, August Hall in San Francisco, Los Angeles’ Belasco and Lowbrow Palace in El Paso. The bands’ run comes to a close on Aug. 14 at House of Blues in Houston, Texas.

Tickets go on sale to the general public on Feb. 22 at 10 a.m. local time and can be purchased at Citi card members will have access to a presale beginning Feb. 20, and additional presale windows will follow leading up to the general onsale.

División Minúscula returned to the music scene last summer with the release of Escombros, their first album in five years, and boasts more than a million monthly listeners on Spotify. Jumbo celebrates the 25th anniversary of their debut LP Restaurant, and their success led them to perform at South by Southwest and support major bands such as Coldplay and Jaguares.

The Pollstar Boxoffice has seven headline shows reported for Jumbo, which has an average gross of more than $195,000 per show, their most being a concert at Teatro Metropolitan in Mexico City on Oct. 31, 2019, that sold 2,688 tickets and raked in $45,839.

División Minúscula & Jumbo Tour Dates
April 17 — House of Blues — Chicago, IL
April 18 — Irving Plaza — New York, NY                
April 20 — Buckhead Theater — Atlanta, GA                      
April 25 — The Depot — Salt Lake City, UT           
April 26 — Summit — Denver, CO
July 31 — Neptune — Seattle, WA
Aug. 1 — Ace of Spades — Sacramento, CA
Aug. 2 — August Hall — San Francisco, CA
Aug. 3 — Belasco — Los Angeles, CA
Aug. 7 — The Observatory — Santa Ana, CA
Aug. 8   — House of Blues — San Diego, CA
Aug. 10 — Lowbrow Palace — El Paso, TX
Aug. 13 — House of Blues — Dallas, TX
Aug. 14 — House of Blues — Houston, TX