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Mi Estilo De Vida: Mexican Regional Music Concert

9:00 pm
The Foundry
Sls Las Vegas

“Mi Estilo De Vida” (My Lifestyle) is bringing three up and coming Superstars in the Mexican Regional Music genre to The Foundry. Tickets starting at $55.

Perdidos De Sinaloa

Perdidos de Sinaloa are a prolific, charting quartet led by vocalist Dariel Ramírez, and famous across Mexico and Southern California for their banda romanticas. Ramírez hails from Mezquite Alto in Sinaloa. The name came from a humorous situation where his bandmates -- also Sinaloans -- were not able to find him in Tijuana and had to climb a tower to spot him in a street. Each record scored higher on the digital charts than its predecessor and the group began to make television and radio appearances as well as open for big name acts on festival stages. Perdidos de Sinaloa won the Premios De La Calle for best New Artist of the Year. Working the road harder than ever, they played all over California, Arizona, Texas, and New Mexico.

Los Nuevos Ilegales

Sergio Iván Soto Chávez (bass and second voice), Juan Francisco Solís García (drums), Víctor Alejandro Sánchez Vizcarra (bass Sixth and Voice) and Carlos Iván Solís García (accordion and first voice), integrate this group full of talent, originality and Youth.   With two and a half years within the regional music industry, the “Los Nuevos Ilegales” have conquered thousands of hearts from Mexico and the United States.

Martin Castillo

Martin Castillo is an American-born alternative corrido singer, songwriter, drummer, and producer, whose solo recordings have been hits on the Regional Mexican charts. He is widely known by fans as "the King of Corrido" and "El Toron."

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Event is 21+. Dress code includes upscale fashionable attire. No baseball hats, shorts, flip flops, backless women sandals, men sandals, sneakers (e.g. Nike, Adidas), athletic wear, ripped or oversized clothing, steel toe shoes or work boots (e.g. Lugz, Timberlands). Management reserves all rights of entry based on dress code etiquette.
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