September 4, 2022
VenueMechanics Bank Theater
$95, $80, $60
AvailabilityBuy Tickets Now
Featuring Banda Machos, Mi Banda El Mexicano, Banda Maguey & La Banda Zeta
Sunday, September 4, 2022
Quebradita Time is now coming to Bakersfield! The event making history all over the U.S. is now coming to Mechanics Bank Theater, Sunday, September 4th. Banda Machos, Mi Banda El Mexicano, Banda Maguey & La Banda Zeta will all be on stage together! Come see this spectacular event for one night only!
Presented by Optimum Design Promotions, Nederlander Concerts, TuStreams Live, and Orjuela Entertainment.
Banda Machos hails from Jalisco, Mexico, and has a career spanning over 24 years with 24 albums made, plus multiple awards and nominations. Banda Machos is an iconic band that has performed internationally and across the US, including stops at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum and Madison Square Garden in New York.
Known for their iconic music, Mi Banda El Mexicano, are quickly becoming viral music sensations. The band not only performs regional Mexican music but rock and jazz as well. With over 47 years of history, they have received over 25 gold albums and many awards & nominations.
Banda Maguey "La estrella de los bailes" is a musical group from Jalisco, Mexico. They originated in Villa Corona, also home to Banda Machos, who along with Banda Maguey have been called the two most successful exponents of the "technobanda" sound. During the 1990’s, Banda Maguey dominated the radio waves with the debut of their album Tumbando Caña, which contained a number of hits including "El Alacran" a cover originally sung by La Sonora Matancera. In 1995, Banda Maguey released La Estrella De Los Bailes, which featured hit singles “Como La Luna,” “Si Tú No Estás,” “Que Sacrificio,” and “Eva Maria” that climbed local charts.
La Banda Zeta is a Mexican techno band group originally from Nayarit , whose success has spread in recent years, and perhaps the height of its fame was due more than anything to the theme La Niña Fresa , a quebradita style song that was in the first places popular in the mid-90's in Mexico.
- Sunday, September 4, 2022 - 8:00 PM