Maná, the legendary Mexican band that opened the door globally to Latin rock, will kick-off their 2002
Revolucion de Amor World Tour with a l3-city string of arenas and amphitheatres in the US, beginning September 29 at Denver’s Magness Arena and winding down October 31 at Chicago's Allstate Arena.
Maná will donate 50 cents out of every ticket sold to the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) CLASE Scholarship Fund to benefit Latino college students across the United States and Puerto Rico, and the Coors Brewing Company, whose Coors Lite is the official sponsor of the tour, will match the band’s contribution. Over $200,000 in scholarship funds is expected to be raised by the U.S. tour.
Mana has toured with Santana and performed for l04,000 fans in Mexico City’s Azteca Stadium, donating proceeds to 24 Chiapas communities. They also broadened the work of their Selva Negra (Black Forest) Foundation, which includes the protection of endangered turtles, crocodiles, wolves and humpback whales, reforestation projects in Colombia, and partnerships with Greenpeace and Amnesty International to raise awareness for local issues.
Mana tour itinerary:
September 29 Denver, Magness Arena
October 2 Las Vegas, Mandalay Bay
October 4 San Diego, Coors Amphitheatre
October 5 Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara Bowl
October 6 San Jose, San Jose Arena
October 10-11 Los Angeles, Universal Amphitheatre
October 18 Houston, Woodlands
Octobert 19 Dallas, Dallas Convention Centre
October 20 San Antonio, Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre
October 25 Miami, Miami Arena
October 28 New York, Theatre at Madison Square Garden
October 29 Boston, Tsongas Arena
October 31 Chicago, Allstate Arena