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Grupo Frontera Announces Jugando A Que No Pasa Nada Tour: Here Are the Dates

Just days after releasing sophomore studio album Jugando A Que No Pasa Nada, Grupo Frontera has unveiled dates for its upcoming tour, set to kick off Aug. 2 in Las Vegas.

The Mexican-American group, known for megahits such as “No Se Va” — the Morat cover that catapulted them to stardom — “Tulum” and “un x100to” will embark on a 38-date trek across the United States, Mexico and Canada. The arena tour, also titled Jugando A Que No Pasa Nada, will visit major U.S. cities including New York (Barclays Center), Dallas (American Airlines Center), Los Angeles (Intuit Dome) and Nashville (Bridgestone Arena). After wrapping the U.S. leg on Oct. 5 at the Bert Ogden Arena in Edinburg, Texas, the band will head out to Mexico for 10 dates.

After having breakout year in 2022, the six-member group from Texas has since eight songs on the Billboard 100, including top 10 hit “un x100to” with Bad Bunny. The norteño/tejano band’s debut album, Un Comienzo, peaked at No. 4 on the Top Latin Albums chart (dated Aug. 19).

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Besides releasing the new album — which includes collabs with acts such as Nicki Nicole, Maluma and Morat — Frontera recently nabbed its eighth No. 1 on the Regional Mexican Airplay chart thanks to the Christian Nodal-assisted “Ya Pedo Quien Sabe.”

The Jugando A Que No Pasa Nada U.S. Tour general onsale will begin Friday, May 17, at 10 a.m. local time at LiveNation.com.

  • Aug. 2 — Las Vegas — T-Mobile Arena
  • Aug. 3 — Phoenix — Footprint Center
  • Aug 4 — El Paso, Texas — Don Haskins Center
  • Aug. 9 — Dallas — American Airlines Center
  • Aug. 10 — Houston — Toyota Center
  • Aug. 15 — Laredo, Texas — Sames Auto Arena
  • Aug. 16 — Austin — Moody Center
  • Aug. 17 — San Antonio — Frost Bank Center
  • Aug. 18 — Oklahoma City — Paycom Center
  • Aug. 21 — Nashville — Bridgestone Arena
  • Aug. 22 — Atlanta — State Farm Arena
  • Aug. 24 — Orlando, Fla. — Kia Center
  • Aug. 25 — Sunrise, Fla. — Amerant Bank Arena
  • Aug. 27 — Greensboro, N.C. — Greensboro Coliseum
  • Aug. 29 — Brooklyn, N.Y. — Barclays Center
  • Aug. 31 — Washington, D.C. — Capital One Arena
  • Sept. 4 — Montreal, Quebec — Place Bell (Canda_
  • Sept. 7 — Chicago — Allstate Arena
  • Sept. 8 — Milwaukee — Fiserv Forum
  • Sept. 11 — Kansas City, Mo. — T-Mobile Center
  • Sept. 13 — Salt Lake City — Maverik Center
  • Sept. 15 — Tacoma, Wash. — Tacoma Dome
  • Sept. 20 — Los Angeles– Intuit Dome
  • Sept. 22 — San Francisco — Chase Center
  • Sept. 26 — Sacramento, Calif. — Golden 1 Center
  • Sept. 27 — Fresno, Calif. — Save Mart Center
  • Oct. 2 — San Diego — Viejas Arena
  • Oct. 5 — Edinburg, Texas — Bert Ogden Arena
  • Oct. 24 — San Luis Potosí — El Domo (Mexico)
  • Oct. 26 — León, Guanajuato — Mega Velaria (Mexico)
  • Oct. 31 — Torreón, Coahuila — Coliseo Centenario (Mexico)
  • Nov. 2 — Guadalajara, Jalisco — Arena VFG (Mexico)
  • Nov. 7 — Monterrey, Nuevo León — Arena Monterrey (Mexico)
  • Nov. 9 — Tijuana, Baja California — Plaza de Toros (Mexico)
  • Nov. 15 — Mexico City — Palacio de los Depoartes (Mexico)
  • Nov. 20 — Mérida, Yucatan — Foro GNP Seguros (Mexico)
  • Nov. 22 — Puebla — Auditorio GNP Seguros (Mexico)
  • Nov. 23 — Veracruz — WTC (Mexico)

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