Junior H Announces $ad Boyz Mania U.S. Tour: Here Are the Dates

Junior H is set to hit the road with his $ad Boyz Mania U.S. Tour, which will kick off July 13 in Palm Desert, Calif. Produced by Live Nation and Rancho Humilde, the new 20-date trek is a follow-up to the corridos singer’s 2023 $ad Boyz Tour.

The tour will lead Junior H to perform his first-ever show at the BMO Stadium in Los Angeles on Oct. 11. $ad Boyz Mania Tour will also take the Mexican singer from coast to coast, with confirmed shows in San Antonio, Calif. (Frost Bank Center); Charlotte, N.C. (PNC Music Pavilion); and Newark, N.J. (Prudential Center). He’ll wrap Oct. 26 at UTEP Don Haskins Center in El Paso, Texas.

His striking sound — powered by moody lyrics and prickly guitars and brass instruments — has catapulted Junior H to the top of the Billboard charts since breaking out in 2020. Last year, Junior H’s music helped usher in a new global era for regional Mexican music. In 2023 alone, he entered seven songs on the Billboard Hot 100, including his collaborations with Peso Pluma (“El Azul”) and Oscar Maydon (“Fin de Semana”).


In October, Junior H, signed to indie label Rancho Humilde, released $ad Boyz 4 Life II — a sequel to his 2021 $ad Boyz 4 Life, with the latter peaking at No. 1 on the Regional Mexican Album chart. Part two reached No. 2 on that tally, scoring him his sixth top 10 set on the chart.

Tickets for Junior’s $ad Boyz Mania Tour will go on sale May 10, at 10 a.m. local time on

See the complete list of dates below:

  • July 13 — Palm Desert, Calif. — Acrisure Arena
  • July 19 — Chula Vista, Calif. — North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre
  • July 20 — Reno, Nev. — Reno Events Center
  • Aug. 2 — San Antonio — Frost Bank Center
  • Aug. 3 — Laredo, Texas — Sames Auto Arena
  • Aug. 10 — Bristow, Va. — Jiffy Lube Live
  • Aug. 17 — Charlotte, N.C. — PNC Music Pavilion
  • Aug. 23 — Houston — Toyota Center
  • Aug. 24 — Hidalgo, Texas — Payne Arena
  • Sept. 6 — Fresno, Calif. — Save Mart Center at Fresno State
  • Sept. 13 — Atlanta — State Farm Arena
  • Sept. 20 — Tulsa, Okla. — BOK Center
  • Sept. 21 — Dallas — Dos Equis Pavilion
  • Oct. 4 — Portland, Ore. — Alaska Airlines’ Theater of the Clouds
  • Oct. 5 — Kent, Wash. — Accesso ShoWare Center
  • Oct. 11 — Los Angeles — BMO Stadium
  • Oct. 12 — Las Vegas — Michelob ULTRA Arena
  • Oct. 18 — Newark, N.J. — Prudential Center
  • Oct. 25 — Phoenix — Talking Stick Resort Amphitheatre
  • Oct. 26 — El Paso, Texas — UTEP Don Haskins Center

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