The Latin rock band Mana is relishing the success of its first tour in four years.
Billboard Magazine lists the group as the third-biggest grossing act this week after U2 and Celine Dion with its four sold-out Los Angeles concerts. Following concerts in Dallas, San Antonio and two sold-out nights in Houston, the group was headlining at the American Airlines Arena in Miami on Thursday night.
The band from Mexico then heads up the East Coast and over to Chicago.
Publicist John Reilly says the band plans to return for more U.S. concerts in March of 2012, following legs in Latin America and Europe.
Earlier this year, Mana released its eighth album. "Drama y Luz" (Drama and Light) through Warner Music. It remains at the top of the Latin Billboard charts.