Tachi Palace Casino Resort hosts Luis Angel "El Flaco" Jan. 28

Tachi Palace Casino Resort hosts Luis Angel "El Flaco" Jan. 28

Tachi Palace Casino Resort reports that it is excited to present the new King of Banda, Luis Ángel “El Flaco,” alongside Tapy Quintero, Los Cuates De Sinaloa, and Central Valley native Isaac Torres, on Sunday, January 28, 2024, at Tachi Palace Yokut Hall.  The show will start at 5:30 p.m., with doors opening at 4:30 p.m.

Tickets for the show are on sale now and can be purchased on-site at the Resort Cash Cage, Coyote Entertainment Center, Yokut Gas Station, online at tachipalace.com, or by calling Etix at 1-800-514-3849. Ticket prices range from $65 to $125. Premiere Club Members will enjoy $5 off each ticket purchased when they show their rewards card for on-site purchases only.

Additionally, in January, Rob Ely, as Elvis, will perform on Monday, January 8. He will walk around the Casino Resort singing Elvis Presley’s greatest hits and a meet-and-greet from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. inside the Sunset Sports Bar.

Luis Ángel “El Flaco” is one of the most prominent vocalists in Banda music and one of the most beloved singers in Mexico, originally from Mazatlán, Sinaloa. With a career spanning almost 25 years, El Flaco is recognized as the voice behind hit songs such as “Y Si Se Quiere Ir” (with more than 192 million views), “Hasta La Miel Amarga” (with more than 400 million views on YouTube and 140 million streams on Spotify), “El Que Te Amó” (with 123 million views), “Fuerte No Soy” (a single that spent several weeks in first place on Monitor Latino in Mexico and the U.S.), among others.

Tapy Quintero is the son and bears the name of one of the greatest exponents of Northern Music, Mario Quintero Lara, founder and vocalist of Los Tucanes de Tijuana. Before launching his career as a singer, Tapy Quintero wrote and produced for other artists, thus becoming recognized and considered a composer and producer of multiple projects, including Los Buitres de Culiacán, Jose Esparaza, and others. Now, with his first record production, Estudio B, he demonstrates his multiple musical abilities with 13 songs that make up his debut album.

Gabriel and Martiniano Berrelleza, better known to the corrido and sierreno listening public as Los Cuates de Sinaloa, have lived a story as gritty and dramatic as one of their songs. Granted benedición by their mothers, the cousins headed north from their hometown of La Vainilla, Sinaloa, to pursue their careers when each was 14. Their stripped-down acoustic style, consisting of two guitars and electric bass, combined with their controversial and unapologetic subject material, have caught the ears of regional Mexican music fans nationwide. Los Cuates' lyrics tell stories of political corruption, drug trafficking, and loose U.S. borders.

The 20-year-old Latin Artist and Singer/Songwriter Isaac Torres is local from Fresno, California. Winning the competition “El Factor X” gained Torres a year-long contract with Sony Music Latin, followed by placing in the Top 10 in Telemundo's “La Voz Kids.” Today, Isaac is an internet sensation with 300,000 followers and over 7 million likes on his TikTok account and over 50,000 followers across all of Isaac’s other social media platforms. He recently released his debut single, “Pensando En Ti," where he delivers an emotionally raw track with intimate lyricism and a canonized vocal performance, revealing his undeniable Mexican Regional sensibilities and gift for crafting addictive melodies.  

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