Los Tigres del Norte to Perform at Stanford University During Summer Tour

Los Tigres del Norte pose in Mexico City
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Los Tigres del Norte pose before a press conference in Mexico City on Oct. 7, 2014.

Los Tigres del Norte are making a stop at Stanford University during the summer tour where they will be performing on school grounds for the first time ever. 

The multiple Grammy and Latin Grammy-winning Mexican band announced today (May 27) new concert dates including their Stanford concert August 3. The national tour will take Los Tigres from coast to coast with stops in Midwest cities like Chicago, Detroit, Indianapolis and Kansas City. Café Tacvba will join Los Tigres del Norte in their Bakersfield and Los Angeles concert. 

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The iconic Mexican regional group, considered the voice of the Latino immigrant community, is using this tour as a call to all Latinos to go out and vote during the next presidential elections. In a number of select tour stops, Los Tigres del Norte will host volunteers from Voto Latino who will be registering people to vote at the concert. 

Upcoming tour dates:
May 27 - Louisville, KY
May 28 - Grand Rapids, MI
May 29 - Detroit, MI
May 30 - Indianapolis IN
June 11 - Kansas City, KS
June 14 - Tulsa, OK
June 17 - Lakewood, NJ
June 18 - Long Island, NY
June 19 - Johnson, RI
June 24 - Bakersfield, CA w/Café Tacvba
June 25 - Los Angeles, CA w/Café Tacvba
June 26 - Del Mar, CA
August 03 - Stanford University
August 08 - Sonoma State University 
August 19 - Portland, OR  

Like Los Tigres del Norte, Maná will kick off their national Latino Power Tour in September, which the band describes as "a celebration of all the contributions that Latinos have made in the United States" while also motivating the Hispanic community to vote in November. 

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