Armed men disrupted Grupo Arriesgado's autograph signing in Tijuana on February 10, causing panic among the attendees. The incident occurred at Plaza 2000, where the musicians were meeting with their fans. A video circulating on social media shows the men entering the shopping mall and firing shots into the air. The artists, who the men allegedly intimidated, were under the protection of Grupo Arriesgado's security.
It is unclear if anyone was injured during the incident. However, hours later, a "narcomanta" appeared directed towards Arturo González, the vocalist of Grupo Arriesgado, warning him not to perform in the region. The banner, allegedly from the Jalisco Cartel New Generation (CJNG), stated that González is not on his home turf and that his "hours are numbered."
As a result of the events, the concert scheduled for Saturday night was canceled. In a statement released on their social media accounts, Grupo Arriesgado informed the public that the concert has been postponed following the instructions of the authorities. The band, originally from Costa Rica and Sinaloa, has been gaining popularity in northern Mexico for their "corridos bélicos" music.