Mexican music and Gen Z artist, Junior H, has scheduled a stop in the Central Valley this week as part of his U.S tour, which is produced by Live Nation and Rancho Humilde (Humble Ranch).
The Los Ángeles-based singer/songwriter/guitarist is scheduled to perform at 8 p.m. at the Save Mart Center Friday night (Sept. 8) in Fresno.
Friday’s performance will be Junior H’s debut at Save Mart Center.
Tickets prices range from $56.50 to $249.50 according to Save Mart website.
Limited number of tickets are still available and can be purchased online at Ticketmaster.com or from the Save Mart Center Box Office. Box office hours are Monday-Friday 12 p.m.-5 p.m.
Considered among the leaders of the corrido tumbado (trap corrido) movement, Junior H, kicked off his 19-city tour on Aug. 11 in Los Ángeles and will be making stops across the U.S. including San José (Sept. 16), San Diego (Oct. 6), Anaheim (Oct. 8), and more before wrapping up in Houston at Smart Financial Centre at Sugar Land on Friday, Nov. 10.
Last December, Junior H sold out LA’s Microsoft Theate. Junior H also managed to sell out CDMX’s 40,000-seat capacity Plaza De Toros De México.
He has over 21 million listeners on Spotify and more than 1 billion views on YouTube.
He began to release his own music videos on YouTube and self-recorded a demo at age 17 called ‘Mi Vida en un Cigarro.’ One of its songs, ‘No Eh Cambiado,’ went viral and accrued two million views in its first week.
Some of his songs ‘Fin De Semana’, ‘El Hijo Mayor’, ‘El Azul’, ‘Ella’, and ‘El Tsurito’ are being considered anthems of the corrido tumbado movement.
Junior H has been perfecting his trap-infused sierreño style since his arrival in 2019. He has charted 11 Billboard Hot Latin Songs hits, including eight collaborations, with such acts as Natanael Cano, Eslabon Armado, Luis R. Conriquez, and Marca Registrada, among others.
He had his first Billboard Hot 100 entry with ‘Fin De Semana’ earlier in 2023.