Mexican music legend Luis Miguel is returning to the stage for the first time in years.

The Latin superstar took to Instagram to announce a 43-city International tour that includes several shows in Texas this fall.

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A favorite with Borderland audiences, Miguel is no stranger to El Paso. The iconic singer performed in El Paso in 2015, 2018, and 2019; the last time "El Sol de México" toured.

Per the Instagram post, Miguel will begin his swing through the Lone Star State in South Texas in Hidalgo on October 28, followed by stops in Dallas (October 29), Houston (November 2), San Antonio (November 4), and Austin (November 5) before finishing the tour in Mexico.

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Although El Paso is the only major Texas city not on his itinerary, there are 10 days between the Austin date and the first concert in Mexico so there's always the chance the Sun City could be added later.

According to Billboard, the Grammy Award winner has notched 16 No. 1 songs on Billboard‘s Hot Latin Songs chart, and had the highest-grossing Latin tour in history until last year when Bad Bunny's 2022 tour surpassed him.

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