Maná is a pop rock (Latin pop, Reggae, Ska and Calypso sound) band from Mexico that started back in the late 70s. During the last three decades, they have earned four Grammy Awards, five MTV Video Music Awards – Latin America, seven Latin Grammy Awards, five Premios Juventud Awards, 13 Premios Lo Nuestro Awards and nine Billboard Latin Music Awards. They have sold over 25 million albums across the world.
The band is known for their high energy level and amazing performances. Originally, when the band started in the late 70s they were called Green Hat Spies before they changed their band name to Sombrero Verde in the 80s. Later they changed their name to Maná, which is where they started to develop their own brand of Latin pop.
In 1979, they released their first album called Sombrero Verde included the singles; “Vampiro,” “Professor,” “Long Time” and “Despiértate.” In 1983, their second album was released called A Tiempo de Rock included the singles; "Laura," "Hechos Nada Más" and "Me Voy al Mar". They went on to release more albums after making changes to the band members.
The release of their 2003 album, Who I Am had great success throughout the Pacific Islands and it indicated not only their talent, but their desire to have their voices heard. Maná is viewed as the speaker box for what many people think is an ignored demographic. The band later incorporated elements of R&B and hip-hope to their music making them grassroots heroes.
Over the bands career, they have toured around the world, released several successful albums and earned numerous awards. Maná has been bringing their version of Latin pop and rock around the world for over three decades. You don’t want to miss the opportunity to see them perform favorites like “Arde el Cielo,” “Oye Mi Amor,” “Mariposa Traicionera,” “Me Vale,” “Lluvia al Corazón” live in concert. You will find their performance to be enjoyable for the entire family.