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Maná Bio

The Mexican rock band Maná is the most successful Latin American rock act in history. Since the mid-1980s, the group’s blend of pop rock, reggae and ska has won them fans not only in their native Mexico, but in the United States, Europe, and in other countries and continents all around the world. Today, “the U2 of Spanish rock” is as popular as ever: Maná tickets and Maná albums sell well all around the world, and their stage show still brings the same relentless energy as it always has.

Maná’s roots go back to the 1980s, when frontman José Fernando "Fher" Olvera, guitarist Ulises Calleros, and bassist Juan Calleros were still performing in a band called Sombrero Verde. Since the mid-70s, Sombrero Verde had been playing around Mexico and trying to make it big, but the band called it quits in 1983. But these three of the band’s ex-members were determined not to give up on their dreams of rock stardom. They put an ad in the local Guadalajara paper hoping to find a drummer to complete a new band. Fifteen-year-old Alex González answered the call, and Maná was born. It was 1986, and the group was just getting started.

Maná toiled in relative obscurity for the next four years. They were initially signed to the label Polygram, which managed the release of the group’s obscure self-titled debut in 1987, but disputes with the label led to a switch to Warner Music’s WEA Latina imprint. It was with Warner Music that the band would release its major-label debut, Falta Amor (1990). Falta Amor was destined to be a hit, but it built up popularity slowly – it wouldn’t be until about a year later that audiences really connected with it. In the meantime, Maná toured relentlessly. They traveled throughout Latin America, giving fans their first chance to buy Maná tickets and promoting the new album. All of that touring paid off: by 1991, Falta Amor was flying off the shelves. The success of the album was driven in part by the hit single “Rayando el Sol,” which debuted in 1991.

The year 19991 saw huge changes in the band’s fortunes, and it also saw changes in the group’s lineup. Ulises Calleros left the band’s lineup in order to focus on managing them. He was replaced by guitarist César "Vampiro" López. Maná also added Iván González on keyboards.

With their new lineup, the band recorded their third album overall and their second with Warner Music. That record, ¿Dónde Jugarán Los Niños?, went on to become a massive international hit. Over 3 million copies of ¿Dónde Jugarán Los Niños? were sold, and it remains one of the best-loved Spanish rock albums in music history. Maná’s sophomore effort elevated them to a new level of stardom, and they soon embarked on a world tour. Around the world, fans rushed to buy Maná tickets for the first time.

The band’s newfound fame wasn’t easy on all of its members. López and Iván González feuded with Olvera and Alex González, and the former two left the group in 1994. Guitarist Sergio Vallín came on board to replace López.

With their new lineup, the band began to move in a new direction. Cuando los Ángeles Lloran (1995) saw the group experimenting with funk, R&B, and soul sounds. Sueños Líquidos (1997) was a concept album that focused on water and was recorded in the coastal city of Puerto Vallarta. With their late 90s releases, Maná was showing a willingness to evolve – their massive commercial success wasn’t interfering with their creative process.

Critics and fans embraced Maná’s experiments. Cuando los Ángeles Lloran eventually enjoyed a strong commercial showing following a slow response, and Sueños Líquidos rose to number 67 on the U.S. Billboard 200 albums chart – a clear sign of Maná’s crossover success. Eventually, Sueños Líquidos went platinum in the United States. It was even more successful in Argentina and in Maná’s home country of Mexico, going multi-platinum in both of those countries.

Maná was on top of the world in the late 1990s and early 2000s. The group released several compilation albums, a live record, and a box set before returning to the studio for their sixth studio album, Revolución de Amor (2002). Revolución de Amor
But all of Maná’s success had worn them out. They would take a four-year hiatus before returning to the studio to record the much-anticipated follow-up to Revolución de Amor.

That follow-up, Amar es Combatir, was finally released in 2006. The group returned in style: the album won a Grammy, and its singles topped charts around Latin America. “Labios Compartidos” cracked the Billboard Hot 100, once again demonstrating that Maná’s appeal was not limited to Latin American audiences.

Drama y Luz (2011) continued the band’s post-hiatus success. Though the record was delayed for some time, it was worth the weight: Drama y Luz was the group’s most mature record yet, and dealt with heavy themes like addiction and racism. The band, which had long had a political conscience, was becoming more vocal about their beliefs. In addition to expressing their beliefs through their music, they also took on public roles. In addition to supporting the the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), which the group had done since 1999, the band also officially endorsed Barack Obama’s re-election bid.

Today, Maná’s socially conscious brand of rock and roll draws flattering comparisons to groups like U2. Maná is one of the most influential and successful Latin American bands in history, and their mix of powerful, political lyrics and driving rock songwriting have made them a favorite of fans around the globe. Maná tickets and Maná albums continue to sell well not just in traditional Latin markets like Maná’s home country of Mexico, but also in the United States, Europe, Asia, and beyond.

Top 3 Mana Tracks:

Ojala pudiera borrarte
No Ha Parado De Llover
El Verdadero Amor Perdona

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Cheap Mana Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$27.00 Mana — 06/27/2015
Philips Arena; Atlanta, GA
$32.00 Mana — 10/26/2016
Philips Arena; Atlanta, GA
$36.00 Mana — 10/29/2016
AmericanAirlines Arena; Miami, FL
$56.00 Mana — 10/22/2016
Allstate Arena; Rosemont, IL
$57.00 Mana — 09/09/2016
Viejas Arena at Aztec Bowl San Diego State University; San Diego, CA
$58.00 Mana — 11/09/2016
Golden 1 Center; Sacramento, CA
$58.00 Mana — 10/21/2016
Allstate Arena; Rosemont, IL
$61.00 Mana — 10/02/2016
American Airlines Center; Dallas, TX
$61.00 Mana — 07/07/2015
Toyota Center; Houston, TX
$63.00 Mana — 09/20/2016
Save Mart Center; Fresno, CA

Best and Most Expensive Mana Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$665.00Mana — 06/20/2015
STAPLES Center; Los Angeles, CA
$247.00Mana — 07/09/2015
State Farm Arena; Hidalgo, TX
$247.00Mana — 07/09/2015
State Farm Arena; Hidalgo, TX
$202.00Mana — 09/14/2016
Pepsi Center; Denver, CO
$195.00Mana — 09/28/2016
Don Haskins Center; El Paso, TX
$174.00Mana — 10/10/2015
Grand Sierra Theatre; Reno, NV
$150.00Mana — 06/18/2015
STAPLES Center; Los Angeles, CA
$140.00Mana — 09/16/2016
MGM Grand Garden Arena; Las Vegas, NV
$119.00Mana — 09/24/2016
The Forum; Inglewood, CA
$119.00Mana — 09/10/2016
Talking Stick Resort Arena; Phoenix, AZ