"Una Historia Cantada" kicks off Aug. 27.
A livestream in the midst of the pandemic has led to a reunion of one of the most beloved and iconic Mexican acts of all time. Marco Antonio Solís, the Mexican singer-songwriter who is a point of reference for Latin music of all stripes around the globe, is reuniting with his former band, Los Bukis, for a series of three shows in the United States, produced by Live Nation.
Slated for Aug. 27 at the SoFi Stadium inLos Angeles, Sept. 4 at Soldier Field in Chicago, and Sept. 15 at AT&T Stadium in Dallas, the limited-run tour is titled “Una Historia Cantada (A Sung History).” It will put Solís onstage with his bandmates for the first time in 25 years.
The prelude to the tour was “Bohemia En La Pandemia (Bohemian During the Pandemic),” a the May 9 Solís livestream where he invited Los Bukis as his unexpected guests. It was the first time the group played together since they disbanded in 1996.