The famous Argentino-Mexican singing pair (did you know they became Mexican citizens in the year 2000?) will start an extensive tour throughout the U.S. on Sep. 27 with a first date in Los Angeles at The Wiltern Theatre. In preparation, Amanda Miguel and Diego Verdaguer held a press conference at DIAM Studios in Glendale on Aug. 27, when they discussed their excitement for the upcoming presentations and for the opportunity to perform at venues that are not often available to Latin artists.

Amanda Miguel and Diego Verdaguer at the press conference


Married for over forty years, “Siempre Juntos” (Always Together) is a testimony to the work and dedication they’ve given to their relationship. It is “proof that real love can exist,” said Amanda at an emotional point during the interview. The tour is also special because their daughter, Ana Victoria, will join them for ten of the presentations.

A representative of LiveNation Latino, which is producing the tour, stated that “Siempre Juntos” will be an ala rock-star event, and that there are plenty of reasons to look forward to it and attend. (See tour dates below.)

Amanda Miguel has sold more than 40 million albums worldwide. She is considered one of the most representative artists of this century, which songs like “Él Me Mintió,” and “Mi Buen Corazón.”

Amanda Miguel at the press conference


Diego Verdaguer has been nominated for three Latin ®Grammys. He is the composer of more than 50 classics songs, achieving the sale of 20 million records. He has earned multiple Gold records and numerous international awards. He has also produced more than 20 records, nine of which are Amanda Miguel’s.

Diego Verdaguer at the press conference




28, Los Ángeles / The Wiltern

29, Sacramento/Ace Of Spades

30, San Francisco/The Fillmore


4, Seattle, WA/Moore Theatre

5, Portland,OR Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall

6, Reno, Nevada, GSR Grand Sierra Resort & Casino

11, Fresno, CA Warnors Theatre

12, Las Vegas/Texas Station Casino

13, Bakersfield, Fox Theatre

14, San Luis Obispo/Fremont Theatre

19, Riverside/Fox Performing Arts

20, San Diego/House of Blues

21, Anaheim/House of Blues

25, Salt Lake City /The Depot

27, Denver/Paramount Theatre

28, Phoenix/ The Van Buren


2, San Antonio/The Aztec Theatre

3, Houston/House of Blues

4, Dallas/House of Blues

08, Charlotte/The Fillmore

09, Raleigh/The Ritz

15, Indianapolis/Murat Theatre

16, Grand Rapids/ 20 Monroe Live

18, Detroit/The Fillmore