Ana Bárbara has enchanted audiences for more than three decades and her influence extends beyond Mexico and the United States, with a significant following throughout Latin America. Her musical repertoire encompasses mariachi, pop, Sinaloan banda, grupero and romantic ballads, and has resulted in millions of record sales. Her exceptional vocal range and avant-garde fashion have earned her the title of "The Grupera Queen."

Bárbara’s career began in 1994, and that same year she released her debut album, Ana Bárbara, which earned a gold record. Since then, she has released more than 10 studio albums. Her song "Que poco" in 2019 reached the top 15 on Billboard and received 82 million views on YouTube, securing her the title of "Female Artist of the Year" at the Radio Awards. In 2021, she released her acclaimed global hit “Fruta Prohibida,” while her song “Reza y Reza” topped the charts in Mexico and the U.S. that same year. Recent hits include “El Consejo” with Paquita La Del Barrio, “Mi Corazón” with Bronco, “Solos” with Christian Nodal, “De Vez En Cuando” with Cristian Castro and “La Jugada” with Don Vicente Fernandez – one of his final performances.

In 2023, Ana Bárbara released Bordado a mano, an album that was critically acclaimed and received nominations for both the Latin Grammy and the American Grammy. This same year she received one of the most important Awards in the industry, the BMI Icon Award, making her the first composer to be honored with it.

Among her multiple recognitions are six Latin Grammy nominations with one win, four Premios Lo Nuestro awards, with a lifetime achievement award in 2024, seven Furia Musical awards and two American Grammy nominations.

With this new production, audiences are in for an energetic performance delivered in the Ana Bárbara style.

Bárbara has sold more than six million albums and written more than 60 hits. Her song “Bandido” recently resurfaced in popularity thanks to social media.