Pancho Barraza y Su Mi Enemigo Era El Amor Tour

Friday, March 13th

Celebrity Theatre

8:00PM

Tickets 👉🏼 CelebrityTheatre.Com

Tickets on Sale January 17, 2020

Rigo Entertainment & RB Music welcome Pancho Barraza to the historic Celebrity Theatre at 8 p.m. on Friday, March 13th. Pancho Barraza’s new tour, Mi Enemigo Era el Amor, features 10 dancers and concert goers can enjoy three hours of music! Tickets go on sale Friday, January 17th at CelebrityTheatre.Com

Francisco Javier Barraza Rodríguez, whom everyone knows as Pancho Barraza, is originally from Juan José Ríos, Sinaloa, Mexico. After he moved to Mazatlán he became involved with the bands Banda San Sebastian and Banda Camino. In 1991, he joined Banda Los Recoditos as its lead singer. In 1995, Pancho launched his solo career and released his album debut with Banda Santa María, Mis Canciones De Amor. It included the hits “Ignoraste Mis Lágrimas” and the collection’s title track.

Barraza released his second CD in 1996 called Cuenta Conmigo, featuring the hits “Mi Amor Y Mi Agonía,” “Te Amo Y Te Lo Digo” and its title track. The following year, he ventured into ranchera music, added mariachi and recorded the albumInvéntame Un Amor, which produced the fan favorite ”Pero La Recuerdo.” Barraza’s popularity soared and earned the title“ídolo de las multitudes” (idol of the multitudes). In 1998, he released El Vagabundo Que Te Ama and in 1999, he returned with the album Del Camino a la Ciudad.

The revolutionary creator of traditional Sinaloan music started the year 2000 with an album that for the first time featured songs by other authors as well as his own titled Ya Se Fue featuring the track â€œUn Indio Quiere Llorar.” Later that same year, he released Una Noche Cualquiera. Two more albums would be released before the year ended: Formas De Vivir and Vuelve Por Favor, from which came the songs â€œÃnimas Que No Amanezca” and “No Volveré.” Pancho’s outpour of music continued with the record Sinvergüenza Y Mujeriego. Close to two decades later the album’s mega hit “Te Esperaré” is still heard on radio stations both north and south of the border. In 2017, Barraza released En Vivo Palenque De Guadalajarain which he returned to the ranchero style that he likes so much, accompanied by mariachi.

Doors open at 6 p.m. Tickets ($45, $75 and $120) go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, January 17th at Celebrity Theatre, 440 N. 32nd St. in Phoenix, or online atwww.celebritytheatre.com.

To charge by phone, call 602-267-1600. All tickets are subject to sales tax, facility and ticketing fees.

All ages welcome.