Iconic Latin Pop-Rock Groups Los Enanitos Verdes & Hombres G Announce Co-Headlining 'Huevos Revueltos' Tour

The U.S. Tour Kicks Off June 1st And Will Make Stops Across 14 Cities. Tickets Goes On Sale Today

​​​Two of the most iconic Latin pop-rock groups from the 80's and 90's, Enanitos Verdes and Hombres G, announced they will bring their "Huevos Revueltos" Tour to the United States this June. The 14-date tour, produced by Live Nation and Frías Entertainment, will kick off June 1 in Las Vegas, NV and include a run of theaters and arenas across the country. The groups will perform at famous venues across the U.S. including the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, CA on June 2, The Masonic in San Francisco, CA on June 3, State Farm Arena in Hidalgo, TX on June 14 and Eagle Bank Arena in Fairfax, VA on June 21. The tour will wrap at the legendary Radio City Music Hall in New York, NY on June 23. Tickets will go on sale to the general public today at 10am local time at LiveNation.com. 


Hombres G y Los Enanitos Verdes, two classic Latin pop-rock bands will arrive this Summer to the U.S. with their "Huevos Revueltos" tour to perform in emblematic stages such the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles and Radio City Music Hall in New York.

Sigal Ratner, Associated Press

June 1 - LAS VEGAS, NV @ The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas

June 2 - LOS ANGELES, CA @ Hollywood Bowl

June 3 - SAN FRANCISCO, CA @ The Masonic

June 7 - TUCSON, AZ @ AVA Amphitheater at Casino Del Sol

June 8 - PHOENIX, AZ @ Comerica Theatre

June 9 - EL PASO, TX @ Don Haskins Center

June 12 - AUSTIN, TX @ ACL Live

June 14 - HIDALGO, TX @ State Farm Arena

June 15 - HOUSTON, TX @ Revention Music Center

June 16 - DALLAS, TX @ The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory

June 18 - ATLANTA, GA @ Coca-Cola Roxy

June 20 - BOSTON, MA @ House of Blues

June 21 - FAIRFAX, VA @ EagleBank Arena

June 23 - NEW YORK, NY @ Radio City Music Hall

If there is something Enanitos Verdes and Hombres G have in common, it's their long list of huge hits that never get old. Their timeless songs have become unforgettable anthems for generations and their concerts are full of energy and unforgettable moments filled with their catchy melodies and musical nostalgia for their fans across the world.

Originally from Mendoza, Argentina, Enanitos Verdes is a legendary pop-rock group for generations of fans throughout Latin America, with a great musical history full of awards, nominations and prestigious recognitions in multiple countries throughout their career. The group's discography, currently formed by Marciano Cantero, Felipe Staiti and Jota Morelli, consists of 15 albums, an EP and countless compilations released by their previous record companies (CBS, BMG, EMI, Universal, Sony.)

The group formed in 1979 and are the creators of huge hits such as "Guitarras Blancas", "La Muralla Verde", "Amores Lejanos", "Luz de Día", "Mi Primer Día Sin Ti", "Eterna Soledad", "Lamento Boliviano" and "Borracho y Loco", among many more. The latter two have been performed and recorded by dozens of well-known artists and groups from different musical genres.

Hombres G is a Spanish band formed in 1983 and is undoubtedly one of the most prominent groups of the 80's and 90's in Ibero-America. Influenced by the English new wave and the first albums of The Beatles, Hombres G, as well as Enanitos Verdes, experienced massive popularity in their era that led them to sell millions of records and perform for thousands of fans at their concerts, filling up stadiums and disrupting cities when making appearances.

The group's music catalogue includes 11 studio albums, 8 compilation albums of their hits and 3 live albums (CD/DVD) so far. Additionally, the group's members have also starred in two films Sufre Mamón (1987) and Suéltate el Pelo (1988); titles of two of Hombres G's greatest hits. After more than a decade without stopping performing and recording music, David Summers(vocals and bass), Dani Mezquita (guitar), Rafael Gutiérrez (guitar) and Javi Molina (drums), decided to put the group's career on hiatus in 1992. After 10 years of being gone, the group returned to the stage in 2012 with a new album and new tour.

Source: The Music Joint Group

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