In celebration of Mexican Independence Day, Latin music legend Alejandro Fernández will perform at Mandalay Bay Events Center on Saturday, Sept. 15 at 9 p.m.
Fernández is a world-class artist and representative of traditional and modern Mexican music. He first pursued a solo music career after the success of recording the hit song “Amor de los dos” with his father, Don Vicente. In 1992, his self-titled album was a huge success and broke record sales for the Ranchero genre. He surprised audiences with a fresh approach to traditional Mexican music, introducing the genre to many countries and people regardless of class or age, and has continued to maintain a connection with youth through his more than 14 million social media followers.
Throughout his career Fernández has released 16 studio albums and six live albums, selling over 30 million albums around the world. He has received two Latin GRAMMYs, three Latin Billboards and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, among other notable honors.
He has conquered international markets with notable collaborations with figures such as Vicente Fernandez, Plácido Domingo, José Carreras, Julio Iglesias, Gloria Estefan, Beyoncé, Nelly Furtado, Christina Aguilera, Juan Gabriel, and Marc Anthony, among others.
His “Confidencias World Tour” visited more than 15 countries over three years and was celebrated by more than three million attending fans.
In celebration of his 25th anniversary as an artist, he launched his new album, “Rompiendo Fronteras,” in which his versatility as an artist is demonstrated in the rhythms and genres that can be heard in this material. This album went to No. 1 on the Billboard charts and received Gold and Platinum Discs in several countries days after the release.
He is currently touring with a new production, “Rompiendo Fronteras,” and will be performing in Mexico, Central America, South America, Europe and the United States this year.
Fernández has broken sales and radio records in his pop projects, the genre in which he has established himself with a unique style that has evolved with him through the years. He has all the international awards that an artist can dream of, making him one of the most important representatives of Latin America.
Tickets ranging in price from $49 to $225, not including applicable service charges, are now on sale at axs.com.