Los Ángeles Azules announce special guests to their USA Tour as they celebrate 40 years

As part of the big celebration as they celebrate 40 years of career, Los Ángeles Azules announced today the list of the special guests that will be joining them across the United States for their 40 Years US Tour.

The confirmed special guests include Guaynaa, Ximena Sariñana, Américo, Jay de La Cueva, and Kinky.

Guaynaa is a Puerto Rican artist and is currently the music sensation of the moment, which will be joining the Mejía-Avante siblings in Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Washington, DC, and New York to represent their hit song “Cumbia a la gente,” which became the remix “Fútbol a la gente” as it became chosen as the official hymn for Univision’s “Verano de Campeones.”

Another artists, Ximena Sariñana, will join the group in the city of Los Angeles and Las Vegas, along with Bakersfield and San Jose, California. Around the end of last year, the song “Mis Sentimientos” featuring Ximena Sariñana became the second video of the group to surpass a billion views on YouTube, gaining the recognition of the most viewed on YouTube.

Jay de la Cueva will participate in the 7 dates along with max exponents of cumbia worldwide, while Américo will represent Chile as he will join the group on the shows in Greensboro, NC, Duluth, GA, Ft. Myers, FL, Washington, DC, and New York.

The Mexican rock group Kinky, will have a special appearance in San Diego, California.

The 40 Years USA Tour will begin next month, August 26, in Corpus Christi, Texas, and will continue their tour, ending in Indianapolis, IN, on March 20, 2022.

Tickets are now on sale through and

The Los Ángeles Azules tour dates are found below:

40 Años U.S. Tour 2021/2022


8/26                Corpus Christi, TX                  Selena Auditorium^

8/27                McAllen, TX                             Payne Arena^

8/28                Laredo, TX                                Sames Auto Arena^ 

8/29                Austin, TX                                HEB Center^

8/31                Dallas, TX                                 The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory^

9/2                  El Paso, TX                               El Paso County Coliseum

9/3                  San Antonio, TX                      Freeman Coliseum

9/4                  Houston, TX                            Smart Financial Centre

9/5                  Dallas, TX                                The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory

9/9                  Bakersfield, CA                       Mechanics Arena+

9/10                San Jose, CA                           SAP Center+

9/11                Los Angeles, CA                      Performance Venue @ Hollywood Park*+^

9/12                Las Vegas, NV                         Zappos Theater @ Planet Hollywood*+^

9/23              Ronhert Park, CA                SOMO Concerts (NEW DATE)

9/24                Los Angeles, CA                      Performance Venue @ Hollywood Park

9/25               Tucson, AZ                         Centennial Hall (NEW DATE)

9/30             Salt Lake City, UT               Eccles Theater (NEW DATE)

10/1             Boise, ID                            Revolution Center (NEW DATE)

10/2             Seattle, WA                       WAMU Theatre (NEW DATE)

10/8                Paso Robles, CA                     Vina Robles Amphitheatre 

10/9                Sacramento, CA                      Papa Murphy’s Park

10/10             Fresno, CA                         Saroyan Theatre (NEW DATE)

11/5                Greensboro, NC                      Greensboro Coliseum #

11/6                Duluth, GA                              Infinite Energy Arena #

11/7                Fort Myers, FL                         Hertz Arena #

11/11              Washington, DC                      MGM National Harbor *+#

11/12              New York, NY                          United Palace *+#

11/19              Albuquerque, NM                   Kiva Auditorium 

11/20              Phoenix, AZ                             Arizona Federal Theatre

11/21              San Diego, CA                         Viejas Arena**

11/24              Ontario, CA                             Toyota Arena

11/26              Oakland, CA                            Paramount Theatre

11/27              Reno, NV                                 Reno Events Center


3/18                Chicago, IL                              Allstate Arena

3/19                Milwaukee, WI                        Miller High Life Theatre 

3/20                Indianapolis, IN                       Egyptian Room

*With Guaynaa

+With Ximena Sariñana

^With Jay De La Cueva

#With Américo

** With Kinky

Tatiana Ramirez

Tatiana Ramirez, also known as Tatis Iolani, is a bilingual Mexican-American with additional basic knowledge of Mandarin. She is currently studying at California State University, Northridge (CSUN) to complete her Bachelor of Arts in Journalism with an emphasis in Broadcast. Her expected graduation date is in the Fall of 2022. Tatis has already received an Associate of Arts Degree in Communication Studies from Los Angeles Mission College. While completing her Associates Degree, she worked for two semesters hosting her own biweekly segment at Los Angeles Valley College KVCM Monarch Radio. During her time at KVCM, she was able to secure interviews with Latin Boy Band CNCO and Yashua Camacho. In the future she sees herself interviewing celebrities on the various color carpets, hosting live segments on the radio, and covering movie premieres and album releases. As someone who grew up in the San Fernando Valley, she aspires to be a source of inspiration and motivation for the people in her community. She currently hosts a podcast, “Tatis Iolani: You Never Know Con Que Te Va A Sorprender,” (You Never What/Who She'll Surprise You With Next,) where she interviews surprise guests for both Spanish-speaking and English-speaking audiences. She is a member of the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA), Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA), National Association of Hispanic Journalist (NAHJ) and the Alliance of Women in Entertainment at CSUN.

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