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Sep. 22, 2011 - Mana Will Rock in Rio With Coldplay and Maroon 5

Mana Will Rock in Rio With Coldplay and Maroon 5

Fresh Off Sold-Out Arena Dates Across Spain, The World’s Leading Latin Rock Band Will Join Coldplay And Maroon 5 As The Main Stage Headliners Of The October 1st Bill At The Famed Rock in Rio Festival. The Performance Sees Maná Join The Pantheon Of Additional Festival Main Stage Artists Such As Elton John, Katy Perry, Rihanna, Guns N’ Roses, Red Hot Chili Peppers And Metallica.

The Top-Selling Latin Album of 2011, Maná’s “Drama y Luz” Recently Received LATIN GRAMMY Nominations For “Best Rock Album” And “Best Long Form Music Video”. Likewise, The Album’s First Single “Lluvia Al Corazon” (Latin Music’s Longest Running #1 Song of The Year) Received A Nomination For Best Short Form Music Video”.

Having Already Completed Latin Music’s Biggest Tour Of The Year In The United States With A Record-Setting Run of Arena Concerts Earlier This Year – Including Four Sold-Out Nights At The Staples Center, Maná Plans To Launch A Second U.S. Leg Of The “Drama y Luz” World Tour in Early 2012.  Look For A Tour Date And On-Sale Announcement In The Coming Weeks.

Mana dazzles Madrid with blend of spectacle and substance.  They said it before their Spanish tour: Despite the elaborate sets and special effects, their concerts here would be all about the quality of the music. Mana kept that promise and then some with an extraordinary performance in Madrid. The giants of Latino rock lived up to their reputation with a memorable show combining spectacle with the intimacy and immediacy that have always characterized the music of this Mexican band. Lead singer Fher and his bandmates enthralled the 15,000 fans who packed into Madrid's Palacio de los Deportes. One of the many high points came when Mana played their classic "Latinoamerica" accompanied by a parade of the region's flags that culminated with a combination of the Spanish and Mexican standards in a gesture of unity embraced by the crowd.” – EFE

Por: Dinorah Pena for