Los Bukis adds second Chicago concert

The iconic Latin music superstars, led by Marco Antonio Solis, announced their reunion tour — “Una Historia Cantada” — earlier this month.

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Los Bukis is reuniting and will perform in September at Soldier Field.

Los Bukis will now perform two shows in September at Soldier Field.

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Newly reunited Los Bukis, already slated for a sold-out Sept. 4 show at Soldier Field, have added a second show to their Chicago engagement, on Sept. 5.

Tickets for the second show go on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. Friday. Citi cardmembers have access to a special ticket presale starting at 10 a.m. Tuesday. Show times for both nights is 8 p.m.

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The iconic Latin music superstars, led by Marco Antonio Solis, announced their reunion tour — “Una Historia Cantada” — earlier this month with three shows on the schedule including Los Angeles, Arlington, Texas, and Chicago. New shows (including a second Los Angeles date) have been announced for venues in Houston and San Antonio, Texas, and Oakland, California.

The band, which was formed in 1976, gained worldwide attention with its first single “Falso Amor” (“False love”). Their 1987 album “Me Volvi A Acordar De Ti” sold more than one million copies. The band, to date, boasts 16 studio albums, including its final studio release, “Por Amor a Mi Pueblo” (“For Love of My Town”) in 1995. They officially went their separate ways a year later.

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