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Amar es Combatir Tour

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Associated album  Amar es Combatir
End date  June 12, 2008
Start date  February 9, 2007
Legs  8
No. of shows  74 in North America 18 in Europe 21 in South America 119 total 1 cancelled 18 countries

Amar es Combatir Tour 2007–2008 was a concert tour by Mexican rock band Maná in support of their 2006 album, Amar es Combatir. The tour took place in 2007 and 2008. On this tour, Maná brought a technological arsenal that includes a hydraulic superplatform, a console of V2 sound of the highest quality and more than ninety lights and six robotic lights. Maná performed their newest hits as well as songs from their previous albums. In 2007, Maná recorded a live album and video at the José Miguel Agrelot Coliseum in San Juan, Puerto Rico titled Arde el Cielo, which was released in 2008.

Contents

Set list (unofficial and subject to change)

  • Déjame Entrar
  • Oye Mi Amor
  • Manda Una Señal
  • Labios Compartidos
  • Combatiente
  • Bendita Tu Luz
  • Vivir Sin Aire
  • Falta Amor
  • ¿Dónde Jugarán Los Niños?
  • Tu Me Salvaste
  • Me Vale
  • Mariposa Traicionera
  • Unplugged parts of: Eres Mi Religión, El Reloj Cucú,
  • Cachito and Te Lloré Un Río
  • Corazón Espinado
  • Drum solo by Alex González
  • Se Me Olvidó Otra Vez
  • No Ha Parado De Llover
  • Clavado En Un Bar
  • Rayando El Sol
  • Other Songs Played:

  • Si No Te Hubieras Ido
  • Cuando los Ángeles Lloran
  • Ojalá Pudiera Borrarte
  • El Rey Tiburón
  • El Rey
  • En El Muelle De San Blás
  • Award(s)

  • 2007 Los Premios 40 Principales: Best Concert/Tour
  • 2008 Latin Billboard Music Awards: Latin Tour of the Year
  • References

    Amar es Combatir Tour Wikipedia


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