Rumbon Salsero – Los angeles concert
NG2 Rumbon Salsero los angeles concert at club 333
On Saturday September 24 2016 at 8:30pm – 333 S Boylston St, Los Angeles, CA 90017
Tickets available at the door. See you there
NG2 Rumbon Salsero Concert in los angeles, CA
- Join the NG2 concert in los angeles, CA
- Frankie Ruiz Junior and Kayvan Vega will also be performing
- Also Son Miron performing
- DJ Jojo and DJ Mike Ticas
- Parking conveniently located just across the street
- Sound system optimized for this event
- VIP sitting available
*TICKET POLICY & PICK UP INFO
Please note the prices above are advanced ticket pricing. Tickets, if available, will increase in pricing at the door. If you purchased your tickets through mydanceproductions.com your tickets will be at WILL CALL. Please bring a valid PHOTO ID & your printed receipt. All tickets must be picked up at the same time. Unfortunately, there are no refunds/exchanges. Thank you for your understanding.
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Frankie Ruiz Jr “El Hijo de la Salsa” – Dime
Kayvan Vega – Lo Que Tiene Ella
Son Miron – Mentirosa
Club 333 live in los angeles, CA
333 S Boylston St, Los Angeles, CA 90017
Biography of NG2
NG2 is a Puerto Rican Salsa duo formed by Norberto Vélez and Gerardo Rivas. Rivas is the son of Jerry Rivas, one of the singers of El Gran Combo. Rivas also enjoyed early fame during his childhood as the lead singer of “Gerardito y los Rockolos”.
Both of the members were a part of fellow Puerto Rican Salsa singer Víctor Manuelle orchestra before deciding to go out solo. Víctor Manuelle has supported them all throughout.
The duo has enjoyed much success during their short career, even winning a Latin Billboard in 2005 for Best Tropical Song. Norberto Vélez and Gerardo Rivas, the groups’ vocalists performed the single “Mi salsa se respeta” as a message to the other groups in the industry. With it they wanted to express that “while young in this, [industry] we know how to do our work very well”. When the group debuted, their success was underestimated by the public and fellow musicians. Both performed also noted that they want the tropical genre to unify their efforts, to gather interest from the public.