Fuerza Regida new album scores Pero No Te Enamores tour: How to get tickets, concert dates

Regional Mexican band Fuerza Regida is set to head out on the Pero No Te Enamores Tour this summer.
Regional Mexican band Fuerza Regida is set to head out on the Pero No Te Enamores Tour this summer.

Fresas y beliconas, get ready for another unforgettable Fuerza Regida tour.

The Mexican American band, hailing from San Bernadino, California, announced a 32-date U.S. arena tour produced by Live Nation on Tuesday. Fuerza Regida's Pero No Te Enamores Tour (But Don't Fall in Love Tour) will kick off June 6 in Austin, Texas, at the Moody Center, followed by a June 9 concert in Edinburg, Texas, at the Bert Ogden Arena.

The five-man group, fronted by singer Jesús Ortiz Paz, will also play dates in San Diego, Phoenix, Seattle, San Jose, Las Vegas, San Antonio and Palm Desert. In October and November, Fuerza Regida will head to Mexico for seven shows before returning to the U.S. for its last show in Inglewood, California, at the Intuit Dome on Nov. 16.

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Fuerza Regida's upcoming nationwide tour follows a 2023 full of major accomplishments for the group.

In October, the group released its biggest album to date, "Pa Las Baby's Y Belikeada," which peaked at No. 2 on Billboard's Latin Albums chart and reached the Top 15 of the Billboard 200. Standout hits from the album include "TQM," "Sabor Fresa" and "Harley Quinn," which each charted on the Billboard Hot 100. "Harley Quinn," a collaboration with Marshmello, became the band's first-ever No. 1 hit on the Latin Airplay chart.

"Pa Las Baby's Y Belikeada" also earned Fuerza Regida a pair of awards — Top Duo/Group and Top Latin Duo/Group — at the 2023 Billboard Music Awards in November.

In a 2023 interview with USA TODAY, Paz spoke about Fuerza Regida leading the movement in expanding the global reach of Mexican music.

"We got into this business six years ago, and there was nothing like it," he said. "So, we're pioneers of this too. It took six years for us because everyone has a different career, but for us, to see Mexican music go global — there are no words. We're up with the rappers, the reggaetoneros. Mexican music's No. 1 right now."

Fuerza Regida attends the 2023 Premios Juventud Awards at Coliseo de Puerto Rico José Miguel Agrelot on July 20, 2023, in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Fuerza Regida attends the 2023 Premios Juventud Awards at Coliseo de Puerto Rico José Miguel Agrelot on July 20, 2023, in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Most recently, the band released its EP, "Dolido Pero No Arrepentido." The album debuted at No. 2 on Billboard's Regional Mexican Albums chart.

"The goal is to keep on staying on top, and like they say, 'Hard work beats talent.' So, we just don't stop working," Paz added. "And hopefully in the next six years, we're still on top, making global hits and still selling out stadiums and arenas — that's what we wish for, and hopefully it goes down."

When do Fuerza Regida tickets go on sale?

Tickets will go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. local time at livenation.com

Fans can also purchase VIP packages, which may include premium tickets, access to the VIP after-party with band members, soundcheck, a meet-and-greet, a group photo with Fuerza Regida, pre-show VIP lounge access, specially designed VIP gift items and more. VIP package contents may vary. For more information, fans can visit vipnation.com.

Fuerza Regida's Pero No Te Enamores Tour dates:

*Not A Live Nation Date

  • June 6 | Austin, Texas | Moody Center

  • June 9 | Edinburg, Texas | Bert Ogden Arena

  • June 14 | Oklahoma City | Paycom Center

  • June 15 | Ridgedale, Missouri | Thunder Ridge Nature Arena

  • June 16 | Kansas City, Missouri | T-Mobile Center

  • June 21 | San Diego, California | Viejas Arena

  • June 22 | Phoenix | Footprint Center

  • Jun 29 | Portland | Moda Center

  • June 30 | Seattle | Climate Pledge Arena

  • July 6 | San Jose, California | SAP Center

  • July 7 | Fresno, California | Save Mart Center at Fresno State

  • July 13 | Houston | Toyota Center

  • July 20 | Dallas, Texas | Dos Equis Pavilion

  • July 26 | Atlanta | State Farm Arena

  • July 27 | Tampa, Florida | Amalie Arena

  • July 28 | Sunrise, Florida | Amerant Bank Arena

  • Aug. 2 | Greensboro, North Carolina | Greensboro Coliseum Complex

  • Aug. 4 | Belmont Park, New York | UBS Arena

  • Aug. 16 | Milwaukee | Fiserv Forum

  • Aug. 17 | Indianapolis | Gainbridge Fieldhouse

  • Sept. 1 | Tinley Park, Illinois | Credit Union 1 Amphitheatre

  • Sept. 6 | Salt Lake City | Delta Center

  • Sept. 8 | Denver | Ball Arena

  • Sept. 15 | Las Vegas | T-Mobile Arena

  • Sept. 20 | San Antonio, Texas | Frost Bank Center

  • Sept. 21 | El Paso, Texas | UTEP Don Haskins Center

  • Sept. 28 | Anaheim, California | Honda Center

  • Sept. 29 | Palm Desert, California | Acrisure Arena

  • Oct. 5 | Sacramento, California | Golden 1 Center

  • Oct. 11 | Leon, Mexico | Mega Velaria*

  • Oct. 12 | Mexico City | Plaza De Toros*

  • Oct. 31 | Monterrey, Mexico | Arena Monterrey*

  • Nov. 1 | Monterrey, Mexico | Arena Monterrey*

  • Nov. 2 | Torreon, Mexico | Coliseo Centenario*

  • Nov. 7 | Oaxaca, Mexico | Auditorio GNP*

  • Nov. 9 | San Luis Potosi, Mexico | El Domo

  • Nov. 16 | Inglewood, California | Intuit Dome

This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Fuerza Regida tour: Concert tickets, dates and more for new album