Panteon Rococo Returns To Close Their “Infiernos” Tour At Tropicalia Fest 2019, In Los Angeles

Los Angeles News
New York, NY (Top40 Charts) One of the most iconic rock bands from Mexico of the past two decades, Panteón Rococó, is marking the grand finale of their successful Infiernos Tour, one of the longest to date, with a top lineup spot for one of the most awaited festivals in Latin Music in Los Angeles: Tropicalia Music and Taco festival. Their anticipated performance at the event, known for highlighting Latin Music legends and top acts, will take place on November 9 at Pico Rivera Sports Arena.

With 16 tour dates and nearly 2-hour performances across each stop during their tour, the group presented their most recent album “Infiernos” in historic venues state side including the Sony Hall in NYC and The Wiltern in Los Angeles. The energetic Latin-Ska band electrified audiences with a balanced set list showcasing an almost 25-year catalog of emblematic anthems: incorporated were hits such as “La Dosis Perfecta”, “Arréglame el Alma”, and “La Carencia”, while setting path for newer songs such as “Botellas”, “Infiernos”, and “El Último Ska” that demonstrate both the growth of their musicianship and their ability to create new and unforgettable songs that will become classics.

A distinctive characteristic of Panteón Rococó and their fan base is the amount of dedication they have for one another. During the Infiernos Tour, fans followed the band through various city stops and the band reflected their mutual appreciation by creating intimate connections with their audiences during their performance and through post show interactions despite playing in large venues.

The Infiernos Tour kicked off earlier this year by selling out more than 40,000 tickets for two consecutive dates, in less than a week, which took place at the Arena CDMX where the band celebrated the new album with special guests. By doing so, the band elevated themselves yet again to another level of success, proving that their continuous work and restless touring pays off.

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