After taking his tour Voluma to several cities in Mexico and the United States, León Larregui reaches one of the most important stages in Mexico. He performed at Teatro Metropólitan and reconnected with fans. These shows presented his solo album, Voluma. Each of the three shows was completely sold out at the prestigious stage.
Leon performed songs from his albums Solstis and Voluma like “Brillas”, “Locos” and his most recent single, “Tiraste A Matar.” Also, he had a special guest, Adan Jodorowsky, who accompanied him on bass on the songs “Femme fatal”, “Pérdida total” y “Resistolux”. Adan Jodorowsky produced Leon’s first solo album as well as many prominent soundtracks to foreign films.
Attendees also enjoyed the opening acts such as Ruzzi and Love La Femme. Tonight’s opening acts will be Love La Femme and Unicornio and on Sunday will be Unicornio and Costera. All the opening acts are new and upcoming bands and singers.
The artist will continue his Voluma tour internationally, which began in April and includes 18 dates in Mexico, 11 in the US and 8 in South America.
You can follow Leon Larregui on Twitter at @ and here are a list of upcoming shows.
- 05 : Gómez Palacio – Palenque Vicente Fernández
- 08 : Nueva York – LAMC
- 09 : Chicago : Postage Theatre
- 11 : El Paso : Speaking Rock Casino
- 28 : Bogotá : Armando Music Hall
- 30 : Medellín : La Solar : Club El Rodeo
- 04 : Quito : Centro de Convenciones Teleférico
- 06 : Cuenca : Auditorio Banco Central de Ecuador
- 09 : Lima : Teatro Pirandelo
- 11 : La Paz : Teatro 16 de julio
- 14 : Buenos Aires : La Trastienda
- 19 : Pachuca : Auditorio Gota de Plata
- 20 : Aguascalientes : Auditorio Dimo
- 26 : Morelia : Palacio del Arte
- 27 : Cuernavaca : Lienzo Charro
- 01 : Laredo – Laredo Civic Center
- 02 : McAllen – McAllen Convention Center
- 03 : Monterrey – Auditorio Pabellón M
- 06 : Ciudad de México – Teatro Metropólitan
- 07 : Ciudad de México – Teatro Metropólitan
- 08 – Mérida – Sol Arcadia
- 27 : Querétaro – Auditorio Josefa Ortiz de Domínguez
- 28 : Toluca – Teatro Morelos