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LA NUEVA ONDA NORTEÑA

Witness a fresh value proposition this 🤠 Norteño band brings to the table. Playing all the latest hits including their very own original material that is also trending in Social

SONORA MAR Y MAR

If you are into traditional South American sound of CUMBIA, 💃🏻🕺🏻 you have to come enjoy Sonora Mar y Mar. 🎸🎹🪘 They keep the traditional cumbia sounds of the famous

BANDA ELITE

Fresh, New, Energized, Hungry for earning a spot one gig at a time of Las Vegas Banda lovers community. Here comes BANDA ELITE. You can not miss these guys. They

LA RULETA NORTEÑA

The all time favorite hits, but played like never before. Come and enjoy the unique sound of these fine musicians. Yeah Baby! Share this post with someone you know loves

LOS HERMANOS TORRES

From Michoacan Mexico. Vivaldo Torres talented musician, learns his sons are born with the musical talents in his bloodline. Then he thinks, "Why not devoting the rest of my life

BANDA DESIERTO ‘LA BANDONA.’

After years of touring with multiple well renown bands in the Regional Mexican Music Genre, Ulises Canales (Band Leader) decides it is time to start his own project. There comes

CONJUNTO MAGICO DE CHIHUAHUA

    Friday’s Pachanga for all ages at Broadacres, features a group that brings the traditional Norteño sounds of the beautiful state of Chihuahua, Mexico. If you are into Norteño

LATIN VIDA

Latin Crossover, Latin Traditional, fresh entertainment, uplifting, and fine musicianship, are just a few attributes that describe this band. Do not miss them! Playing the Greatest Hits of Cumbia, Tex-Mex,

CONJUNTO ATREVIDO

  Do you like old school Norteño? You know, those ‘rolitas’ that make you scream “Esa No Compadre porque Lloro.” Well, these guys got them all. Come enjoy the best

MIGUEL Y SUS COMPAS

Are you into Sierreño Music? You know, that type of ensemble common in most towns and the country side of Mexico. How about Micheladas 'Spicy Beer.' Do you like those