- In 2007, honored as ‘Songwriting
Icons at the 14th annual BMI Latin
Awards on March 23.
- In 2007, participated in the film ‘La Misma
Luna’ one of the first films sold at this year’s
Sundance Film Festival.
- In 2007 won the “Best Norteño Album” Award at
the 49th Annual Grammy Awards.
- In 2007, Los Tigres Del Norte were honored with
yet another GRAMMY award for their album "Historias Que
- In 2006, performed at the renowned ‘Festival
Internacional de Viña Del Mar, Chile.
- In 2006, performed to an audience of more than
8,000 at Marcy Armory in Brooklyn New York.
- In 2005, Sold Out three-consecutive nights
during the month of June in Mexico City’s renowned
- In 2005, Los Tigres del Norte’s classic album
“Jefe de Jefes” is Certified RIAA Platinum for the
sale of more than a million copies in the United
- In 2004, special guests in renowned Telethon in
Chile specially invited by Don Francisco where they
performed at the Estadio Nacional to more than 80,000
- In 2004, performed in Santa Fe and Bucaramanga
- In 2004, the group performs at the closing
ceremony of the first world wide cultural event
‘Forum Universal de las Culturas’ in Barcelona, Spain.
- In 2004, earn a Latin GRAMMY® in the category
‘Best Norteño Album’ for their album “Pacto De Sangre.”
- In 2004, Los Angeles Mayor Hahn presented
announced that the City of Los Angeles had bestowed
them with the honor of Honorary Chairs of Latino
Heritage Month (LHM) in October.
- In 2003, during the month of December, Los Tigres del
Norte returns to Japan, Korea and Hawaii performing for the
U.S. Troops stationed in Japan and Korea and special
concerts in Hawaii.
- In 2003, Los Tigres del Norte earn two major awards
handed to them by ‘Academia Nacional de La Musica Mexicana y
Oye! in Mexio: ‘Homenaje A La Trayectoria Artistica’ and
‘Mejor Grupo Norteño.’
- In 2003, Los Tigres del Norte return to Spain for the
second year in a row performing in a series of high profiled
music festivals during the month of July 18 thru 28, 2003.
The group participated on renowned “Pirineos Sur” Festival
in Huesca as well as performed in the cities of Navarra,
Valencia, Madrid, Malaga, Cartagena and Vigo.
- In 2003, signed a three-year exclusive agreement with
Arenas Entertainment in partnership with Universal Pictures,
to co-develop and co-produce original, feature length motion
pictures either starring or showcasing the group.
- In 2003, ‘Sold Out’ concert at the legendary Kennedy
Center in Washington D.C. a first time for a Regional
- In 2002, invited to perform at the legendary “30th
Annual Festival Internacional Cervantino,” in Guanajuato,
Mexico, as honorary guests. The band was paid tribute by
leading Mexican rock bands such as Molotov, La Barranca and
- The album "America Sin Fronteras" was the first album
that obtained a traditional GRAMMY® Award in the Regional
Mexican Music category (1987). The group has earned 13
nominations for a traditional GRAMMY® and three times for a
- BMI recognizes Los Tigres del Norte as the leading
Norteño music band that has remained together for the
longest time, a career that spans over 33 years.
- Registered global sales that exceed 32 million units.
- Recorded more than 55 albums that have received Platinum
and Gold records.
- Appeared on more than 14 films in Mexico.
- Recorded nearly 500 songs and corridos that reflect the
illusions, dreams and sacrifices of those who have settled
in the United States in search of a better life.
- In 2000, leading Mexican Rock bands paid tribute to the
musical influence that Los Tigres del Norte’s music had on
them in a album titled "Homenaje A Los Tigres del Norte."
- Broken attendance records in dance halls, arenas and
concert halls throughout the United States, Mexico, Latin
America, Japan and Europe.
- Honored with "The National Day of Los Tigres del Norte"
in the United States, a street in Chicago, Illinois, has
been named after them.
- Coinciding with Los Tigres del Norte’s album release of
"De Paisano A Paisano,” a mural of the same names was
presented to them by the City of East Los Angeles.
- Renowned muralist Paul Botello created the mural “La
Pared Que Habla, Canta y Grita” inspired by Los Tigres del
Norte’s depicting the cultural legacy of the great urban
- The Legislature of the State of California, Governor,
Gray Davis, the Office of the Lieutenant Governor, Cruz
Bustamante recognized Los Tigres del Norte's musical career
and philanthropic efforts through the work of “Los
Tigres Del Norte Foundation.”
- Creation of the Los Tigres del Norte exhibit that
travels by Smithsonian Institute titled “Corridos Sin
- Set a record in 1993 by drawing an unprecedented crowd
of 200,000 fans at an outdoor concert at the Los Angeles
- First Mexican group to sing in Spanish on the American
- Recognitions from Billboard magazine.