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September 22, 2023

8:00 PM

Lupita D’Alessio

Event Canceled

8:00 PM / Doors Open @ 6:30 PM

Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Lupita D’Alessio concert at Vina Robles Amphitheatre on September 22, 2023 has been canceled. Tickets will be refunded at point of purchase.

Paso Robles, Calif. – April 24, 2023 – With more than 50 years of experience and more than 40 million records sold, Lupita D’Alessio is undoubtedly a symbol of Spanish-speaking music. Her voice and way of interpreting are part of the musical culture in Mexico, the United States, Central and South America.

Considered one of the best performers in Latin America and with an impeccable musical career, Lupita D’Alessio announces dates in the U.S. for her “GRACIAS TOUR” to thank the public that has followed her for more than 50 years.

The tour, which kicked off in January of this year in Mexicali, will also come to Vina Robles Amphitheatre, September 22. Tickets for Vina Robles Amphitheatre are available via Ticketmaster, Friday, April 28, at 10AM.

Lupita D’Alessio will be accompanied by her son Ernesto D’Alessio as a guest artist to say goodbye to her audience in the North American country.

Tickets for the “GRACIAS Tour” will be available starting Friday, April 28, at 10AM local through and

Lupita D’Alessio got her start in performing when she participated in a variety show hosted by her father Poncho D’Alessio in 1971. She went on to participate in the International Festival of Popular Song, before recording her first LP.

One of the peak moments for the top performer was in 1978 when she was the winner of the OTI festival with the song “Como Tú.” In her musical career, she has placed first in great classics that are already part of Mexican musical culture such as “Que Ganas de No Verte Nunca Más,” “Mudanzas,” “Inocente Pobre Amiga,” “Ese Hombre,” “I’m Sorry My Love,” “My Heart Is a Gypsy,” “Sleeping Lion,” among others.

After having fulfilled one of her dreams of being able to completely re-record her greatest hits live in a great concert from the CDMX Arena and having been immortalized on a CD-DVD, she is ready to be able to thank her audience.