Nancy Gutiérrez / Reform Agency
Wednesday, October 13, 2021 | 05:00
La Vecindad Santanera returns to the stage this October 29 at the Arena Ciudad de México, to later perform in locations in Tijuana and Monterrey in November.
The musical encounter was formed as a project that mixes the sound of Maldita Vecindad and its genres (rock, ska and cha cha chá), as well as the style (of mambo and cumbia) of La Sonora Santanera, by Carlos Colorado.
For this reason, hits like “La Boa”, “Bomboro Quiña Quiña”, “El Ladrón”, “Pachuco” and “Kumbala” will not be lacking in the evening.
Tickets for the presentation at the Arena Ciudad de México are already on sale at Superboletos, with costs ranging from 346 pesos, in the aqua zone, to 1,381 pesos, in the red zone.
To date in Mexico City, the November 13 at the Audiorama Trompo, in Tijuana, and the November 18 at the Monterrey Arena are added.
These concerts would originally be held in 2020, but due to the coronavirus pandemic they had to be postponed until now.