Mexican rock legends Caifanes have been shredding out hits since they first made their mark on the Latin music scene in 1987. Whether they're playing their Spanish-language classics like "Matenme Porque Me Muero" or taking time to interact with the crowd, Caifanes have an infectious energy that radiates into the audience. Back on the road, the band will share their collection of Latin rock jams with new and longtime fans on a string of highly anticipated tour dates.
Originally performing under the name Las Insolitas Imagenes de Aurora, Caifanes truly took shape when Insolitas disbanded in 1986. Members Saul Hernandez, Alfonso Andre, and Alejandro Marcovich reformed under the new name and began playing a series of local gigs in their native Mexico City. Caifanes soon developed a strong cult following and carved a niche in the Mexican music industry with their distinct rock sound. Serving as pioneers of the Rock en Espanol movement, Caifanes paved the way for new wave rock-n-roll with their 1988 self-titled debut. Since then, the hometown heroes have released three more albums to much acclaim and have sold out stadiums throughout Latin America, proving to be a strong influence in the emergence and continuing growth of the Mexican rock scene over the past 30 years. Caifanes fans have something to cheer about as the rock icons get set to play a number of thrilling shows where they'll share their hits with US audiences.
FANS WHO BOUGHT TICKETS SAY:
"Best concert I've been to this year. Brought back a lot of memories and the music was great!"
"Overall a great performance, and they really put a lot of effort to please the fans...they nail it every time!"
"Amazing, I strongly recommend this event to everyone...this is the best Mexican rock band in the past 20 years!"