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Banda MS

The top Regional Mexican musical group in Mexico and the US is currently La Banda MS de Sergio Lizarraga. Banda MS was formed in 2013 in Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Mexico, hence the initials MS. Banda MS released the album “Que Bendición}” in 2016 featuring the hit singles “Tengo Que Colgar”, “Me vas a Extrañar”, y “Mala Experiencia”. The massive success of “Que Bendición” projected Banda MS to new heights. In 2017 “La Mejor Version de Mi” was released and provided the hit singles “Tu Postura”, “El Color de Tus Ojos” y “Dificil de Olvidar”. In September of 2018, Banda MS Released the record “Con Todas Las Fuerzas”. The lead single “Mejor Me Alejo” was an instant success. Don’t miss out on the chance to watch Banda MS perform its catalog of romantic banda and ranchera songs live in Reno’s Grand Theatre.

J Balvin

Acroiris Tour Get ready for an electrifying night of music and dance with Reggaeton hit maker J Balvin at the Grand Theatre. Colombian-born José Álvaro Osorio Balvin began pursuing a musical career at a young age, moving to the United States to study and perfect his craft. The release of his single “Yo Te Lo Dije” created the buzz that put him on the industry radar. A string of hits followed, cementing his popularity on Latin radio stations all over Latin America, the US and Europe. Balvin has been featured on Latin remixes of songs by Ariana Grande, Robin Thicke, Maroon 5, and Justin Bieber, and he has collaborated with artists like Pharrell Williams, Beyonce, and Cardi B, among many others. In 2018, Balvin’s latest release, Vibras, debuted at number 15 in the Top 200 album charts – the highest charting debut for a Latin recording. Now, this trend-setting Reggaeton artist is set to light up the stage at Reno’s Grand Theatre. Recommended Listening Dance along to “Mi G...

Los Temerarios

Providing the soundtrack of love for a generation of Mexican and Mexican-Americans, Los Temerarios are now bringing their soulful and powerful music to the luxurious Grand Theatre. Combining elements of traditional Mexican ranchera music with keyboards, electric bass, and stately percussion, the Angel brothers have created a sound with an appeal that has frequently taken them to the top of Billboard’s Latin charts. During their career they have recorded more than 20 albums and been honored with multiple awards and nominations, including two Grammy nominations, one Latin Grammy Award, a Lifetime Achievement Award from Premio Lo Nuestro and another Lifetime Achievement Award from the Latin Billboard Music Awards. Recommended Listening Watch Los Temerarios performing their heartfelt ballad, “Te Diré Que No”