Alejandro Fernández Makes El Paso Stop on ‘Hecho En México’ Tour
Start practicing your grito and ajua. Alejando Fernandez announced he's hitting the road, and one of his stops will be El Paso. The Grammy Award-winning son of the legendary Vicente Fernández will perform at the Don Haskins Center on Saturday, September 18 as part of 19-city “Hecho En México” U.S. tour.
The tour is named after his most recent album, "Hecho En México,” that earned him a Latin Grammy Award for Best Ranchero and Mariachi album.
According to Billboard, he's bringing a stage show that includes his full band, mariachis, and his son, Alex Fernández. The magazine also says he will perform the entire tour dressed “in the traditional formal charro garb.” You know what that means: sombrero, super sexy tight pants and short fitted jacket.
And while he will be doing some of his pop material, he told Billboard they would be performed “in more Mexican arrangements.” Tickets to catch Fernández in-person go on sale Friday, April 16 beginning at 10 a.m. through Ticketmaster.
If you could use a little "tan-tan" in your life you are going to want to be online as soon as tickets go on sale. Concerts have not restarted in Mexico and with the show being on a Saturday and us being so close to Juarez and the state of Chihuahua there is going to be a lot of competition for tickets.
The Alejandro Fernandez show is one of four on the books at the Don Haskins Center in September. The rescheduled Enrique Iglesias and Ricky Martin, and Kan Brown shows will precede Fernandez on Sept. 4 and Sept. 11 respectively, and Maluma is set for Sept. 24.