Here they are: the last set of concerts for the decade. While there's not that much going on at the end of the month -- I guess even musicians want to be home with their families for the holidays -- there are some special nights of Latin pop, salsa, bachata, merengue, mariachis and more.
Starting in late November, Aventura will be hitting the road with concert dates in 15 U.S. cities, starting in Chicago and ending in New York at Madison Square Garden. Whether or not this is actually the Bronx-based bachata group's 'last' album or tour, Aventura fans will be flocking to see their favorites live and in action, so book your tickets early.
In support of her newest studio album Momento, Bebel Gilberto will step back onto the stage to wow audiences with her rhythmic, seductive Brazilian tunes, many of which she's written herself. The daughter of Joao Gilberto and singer Miucha, Gilberto is no novice to the stage and should be an act that's sure to please.
In September, Los Angeles-based rock collective Ozomatli performed at President Obama's Congressional Hispanic Caucus Gala so you'll be in good company if you can snag tickets to see this dynamic group in person. Unfortunately, they haven't had a new album out since 2007's Don't Mess With The Dragon and one can only hope that the positive reaction of concert fans will have Ozomatli back in the studio soon.
Cafe Tacvba is celebrating 20 years of creating some of the most innovative rock music in the Latin music world with a series of concerts that will give fans a chance to see that not only is their music great, but these guys really know how to put on a show.