Mexican Rock Band DLD Announces U.S. Tour

One of the most important and popular bands of its genre in Mexico, DLD announced their U.S. tour with 4 confirmed dates in Texas and an additional 3 in California, starting on May 24 in Houston.

The group will make their debut at the Neon Desert Music Festival in El Paso, one of the few festivals that combines music superstars both in English and Spanish, that include artists Hardwell, Foster The People, J Balvin, Alesso, and Nelly, among others. The tour concludes on June 1st in San Francisco, California at the Independent.

There are only a few bands that can tell the story of constant and rising success- and DLD is one of them. The band has 17 years of career including 6 studio albums, two Latin Grammy nominations, two Telehit Awards, Gold Records for their sales, and sold out shows in outstanding venues like Palacio de Los Deportes, the Auditorio Nacional, Teatro Metropólitan, Vive Cuervo Salón and the Lunario, in addition to their highlighted performances in the most important festivals in the continent such as the Vive Latino in 6 different editions and Rock al Parque in Colombia, among others.

Formed by the unmistakable voice of Francisco Familiar, Edgar Hansen on bass and Erik Neville on the guitar, DLD began 2017 with two performances in the Auditorio Nacional in Mexico City, reassuring their imminent consolidation as one of the most important Rock bands of the moment.