Mexican group Los Temerarios, one of Latin music's top-selling acts, have announced dates for their 2005 U.S. tour. The group is scheduled to play a total of 40 dates, beginning April 1 at Disco Rodeo

Mexican group Los Temerarios, one of Latin music's top-selling acts, have announced dates for their 2005 U.S. tour. The group is scheduled to play a total of 40 dates, beginning April 1 at Disco Rodeo in Dalton, Ga., and ending Nov. 13 at the St. Paul Armory in St. Paul, Minn.

Other stops include the Universal Amphitheatre in Los Angeles and the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego. Los Temerarios, who record on Fonovisa Records, finished 2004 as Billboard's Top Latin Albums and Top Regional Mexican Albums artist of the year, according to Nielsen Soundscan figures.

The duo, made up of brothers Adolfo and Gustavo Angel, had three albums out in 2004, including a Grammy-nominated studio set titled "Veintisiete."

Los Temerarios have no major sponsors for their tour.