The tour, kicked off this Sunday, in Chicago, and consist of 11 spectacular shows, including three consecutive dates at The Mayan Theater in Los Angeles.
The legendary Mexican group’s upcoming show, “Días de Panteón,” on
October 28 at the 40,000-capacity Parque Bicentenario in Mexico City sold out immediately, prompting the addition of a second performance on October 29.
Panteón Rococó, one of the most influential Mexican bands that has no doubt left a lasting mark on the Latin music industry with its irresistible rock-infused ska, made its highly anticipated arrival in America, launching its new U.S.A. 2023 tour this weekend.
The iconic group, which has enjoyed a successful career trajectory of 28 years, will deliver this incredible run of shows in two parts, with the first show which took place last Sunday in Chicago, before heading to Europe for seven shows in Spain—including an appearance at the Vive Latino festival in Zaragoza— and proceeding to make six stops in Germany. The band will then return to its native country for a date in Ensenada, Baja California, and will pick up their tour of the U.S. on September 24 in San Diego. In November the band will arrive in Chile, in what will be their debut in that South American country, with 3 confirmed shows in the cities of Santiago, Quilpe and Concepción.
Panteón Rococó’s U.S.A. tour will feature three notable shows at The Mayan Theater in Los Angeles on October 4, 5, and 6. The band will then head back to Mexico for a number of significant stops, among which include two performances titled “Días de Panteón” at the 40k-seat venue Parque Bicentenario in the country’s capital. The initial “Días de Panteón” show on October 28 sold out so quickly that the group was forced to add a second date due to popular demand, which is nearly sold out as well.
Rooted in inclusivity, “Días de Panteón” promises to be an unforgettable celebration of the unifying power of music, humanity, and the band’s beloved fans, who have supported them for nearly three decades. These dates, along with the group’s U.S.A. Tour 2023, will further cement Panteón Rococó’s position in Latin music as one of the most innovative and generation-defying bands in history.
Panteón Rococó U.S.A Tour 2023
Sep 3 – Plaza Garibaldi – Chicago, IL
Sep 24 – Soma San Diego – San Diego, CA
Sep 29 – Atlanta Coliseum – Atlanta, GA
Sep 30 – Brooklyn Bowl – Nashville, TN
Oct 4 – The Mayan Theater – Los Angeles, CA
Oct 5 – The Mayan Theater – Los Angeles, CA
Oct 6 – The Mayan Theater – Los Angeles, CA
Oct 8 – The UC Theatre – Berkeley, CA
Dec 1 – Stampede – Denver, CO
Dec 2 – The Complex – Salt Lake City, UT
Dec 3 – The Tent/DLVEC – Las Vegas, NV