Ha-Ash announces U.S. tour
The Mexican band will begin its tour in 2023.
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Ha-Ash's new 'Mi salida contigo' Tour features 21 dates and will kick off on April 2, 2023 in Miami and will pass through other cities such as New York, Chicago, Houston, Dallas, Los Angeles and Stockton, California.
The sister duo returns to the U.S. to present their sixth and most recent studio album HAASHTAG, which debuted at the top spot on iTunes Mexico and includes hits such as "Lo Que Un Hombre Debería Saber," "Supongo que lo Sabes" and "Mi Salida Contigo."
"It's amazing to see that we go to a city where we think they don't know our music and it's a full house, with people reciting our songs. That's why it's so nice to carry the Mexican flag in the United States," Hanna Nicole told EFE, who along with Ashley Grace, form the country pop style band.
The tour is produced by Live Nation and Latino Live and, according to the artists, is the most ambitious of their career, as they are not only celebrating their new album, but also 20 years in the music industry. In addition, it has the largest production and the largest number of concerts the duo has ever presented.
Throughout their musical career Ha-Ash has recorded five studio albums: Ha-Ash (2003); Mundos opuestos (2005); Habitación doble (2008); A tiempo (2011), and 30 de febrero (2017).
Although Spanish is the main language of the duo's music, they have also had the opportunity to perform songs in English such as "Already home," a 2008 collaboration with American singer Brandi Carlile.
According to a press release issued by the group, tickets for the different cities will be available starting this Friday through www.ticketmaster.com and www.ha-ash.com.