Norteño at the Bowl! with Los Tigres del Norte, Lalo Mora, and Rosendo Cantú y Sus Cadetes De Linares on Saturday, September 15
Los Angeles, CA – The Los Angeles Philharmonic Association announced updates to the Hollywood Bowl 2018 summer season, including the first-ever Norteño at the Bowl! with Los Tigres del Norte on September 15.
Norteño at the Bowl! on September 15 will feature Los Tigres del Norte headlining the Bowl’s first-ever concert dedicated to Northern Mexico’s música norteña. They will perform with orchestra, including all-star musicians from the LA Phil’s Youth Orchestra Los Angeles (YOLA), to celebrate Mexican Independence Day. Joining the bill are Lalo Mora and Rosendo Cantú y sus Cadetes De Linares.
Los Tigres del Norte – who originated in Rosa Morada, Mocorito, Sinaloa, Mexico, and moved to San Jose, CA in the late 1960s – are known for their pioneering socio-political ballads, or corridos. The seven-time Grammy-winning group is recognized for turning norteño into an internationally known genre by modernizing the conjunto norteño form – which features accordion, bajo sexto, saxophone, bass and drums – and infusing it with bolero, cumbia, rock rhythms, and waltzes. Los Tigres del Norte is comprised of Jorge Hernández (director, lead vocals), Hernan Hernández (electric bass, vocals), Eduardo Hernández (accordion, saxophone, bajo sexto, vocals), Luis Hernández (bajo sexto, vocals), and Óscar Lara (drums).
Tickets for the Hollywood Bowl 2018 summer season will be available online at HollywoodBowl.com or via phone at 323.850.2000 on the following dates:
- “Five or More” packages are available today, March 20, 2018, at 10 AM.
- The Hollywood Bowl box office opens for single ticket sales on April 29, 2018 at 10 AM.
Additional details can be found at HollywoodBowl.com