Xavi the first Música Mexicana artist to claim Spotify's #1
Latin Times/Courtesy Interscope Records

MIAMI - Rising Mexican-American singer/songwriter star Xavi announced his maiden U.S. tour: the 2024 "Poco A Poco Tour." This 24-date extravaganza, which will start with a two-day preview in Mexico on March 28, marks a before and after in the career of this artist, who blends the heart of Latin pop with the soul of música regional mexicana.

At just 19, Xavi is not merely a singer; he's a phenomenon. His journey from a promising artist to a chart-topping sensation has been nothing short of meteoric since signing with Interscope Records in 2021.

With chartbusters like Sierreño songs "La Diabla" and "La Víctima," Xavi made a grand entry onto the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at No. 22 and No. 55, respectively. His global appeal is further solidified by his presence on the Billboard Global 200 and Global Excl. U.S. charts, with "La Diabla" achieving top-five status on both.

This week, two months after premiering, "La Diabla" is Spotify's number one song worldwide. Its video is number one on YouTube's 100 Global Music Videos Chart.

Dominating Billboard's Latin Songwriters chart for eight weeks, Xavi's repertoire goes beyond his biggest hits. Songs like "Poco a Poco" with Dareyes De La Sierra and "Modo DND" with Tony Aguirre speak to his amazing songwriting skills.

More than a tour

For Xavi, the "Poco A Poco Tour" is more than a series of concerts; it's a cultural celebration. Beginning with two stops in Mexico, the tour then sweeps through major U.S. cities, including Los Angeles, Seattle, Portland, Phoenix, Las Vegas, and culminates in San Antonio on May 12. Adding to the excitement, Xavi is set to perform at the Sueños Music Festival in Chicago on May 25, further highlighting his diverse appeal.

Fans eager to witness Xavi's musical magic can grab their pre-sale tickets starting Wednesday (Feb. 7) via Seated.com, with the public on-sale kicking off on Friday (Feb. 9) through Xavi's official website.

March 28, Auditorio BlackBerry, Mexico City, Mexico
March 30, Teatro Diana, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico
April 2, The Roxy Theatre, Los Angeles, CA
April 5, Showbox SoDo, Seattle, WA
April 6, Roseland Theater, Portland OR
April 7, Knitting Factory, Boise, ID
April 11, Arcata Theatre Lounge, Arcata, CA
April 12, Ruth Finley Theater, Santa Rosa, CA
April 13, The Catalyst, Santa Cruz, CA
April 14, Freemont Theatre, San Luis Obispo, CA
April 18, Riverside Municipal Auditorium, Riverside CA
April 19, The Observatory, Santa Ana, CA
April 21, The Observatory North Park, San Diego, CA
April 26, Fox Theater, Bakersfield, CA
April 27, House of Blues Las Vegas, Las Vegas, NV
April 28, The Union Event Center, Salt Lake City, UT
May 1, The Van Buren, Phoenix, AZ
May 2, The Rialto Theatre, Tucson, AZ
May 3, La Hacienda Event Center, Midland, TX
May 5, The Plaza Theatre, El Paso, TX
May 9, Tower Theatre, Oklahoma City, OK
May 10, House of Blues Dallas, Dallas, TX
May 11, House of Blues Houston, Houston, TX
May 12, The Aztec Theatre, San Antonio, TX

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