Grupo Solido postponed this weekend’s scheduled tour dates in Mexico. The GRAMMY-winning group shared the announcement via social media on Friday (Mar. 4).
The statement posted in Spanish on Instagram said, “First of all, we want to thank the fans of Saltillo, Coahuila, and Aguascalientes MX for all the support they have given us, as well as the businessmen who believe in Solido. Unfortunately, due to circumstances beyond our control, this weekend’s events will be suspended. I hope you fans understand our situation and continue to support Grupo Solido’s music.”
The statement didn’t give a reason for the postponement, but the post added Solido’s new live concert album, Desde Arena Monterrey (Primer Acto), which was recorded last October in Monterrey, is available to download on all digital music platforms today.
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