La Mafia announces first dates of Metas Tour 2022

The Grammy-winning group will kick of their Metas Tour 2022 in Brownsville on Feb. 26.

Photo: Facebook / La Mafia

La Mafia announced the first dates of their Metas Tour 2022 this week.


The tour will begin in Brownsville, Texas, on Feb. 26, as part of the Sombrero Festival, then the Grammy-winning group will head to New York and California in March.

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The Houston, Texas-based band won their third Latin Grammy Award for Best Tejano Album at the 21st annual Latin Grammy Awards for their latest album, a live concert album titled Live In Mexico, in 2020. The group also has two Grammy wins for Best Mexican-American/Tejano Music Performance with Un Millon De Rosas in 1996 and again the following year in 1997 for the same category with En Tus Manos.

La Mafia Metas Tour (Dates subject to change)

  • Feb. 26 — Brownsville, Texas
  • Mar. 4 — Newburgh, New York
  • Mar. 5 — Bronx, New York
  • Mar. 6 — Queens, New York
  • Mar. 11 — Zapata, Texas
  • Mar. 17 — Anaheim, California
  • Mar. 18 — Glendale, California
  • Mar. 19 — Gilroy, California
  • Apr. 7 — The Colony, Texas
  • Apr. 22 — Boerne, Texas
  • May 28 — Victoria, Texas
  • June 25 — Elsa, Texas
  • Aug. 20 — Silver City, New Mexico
  • Aug. 26 — Milwaukee, Wisconsin
  • Oct. 23 — Dallas, Texas

La Mafia will add more confirmed dates to the tour soon.

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