Mexican Banda-style Music to Hit Revolution Concert House



Revolution Concert House and Event Center is known for putting on big-time acts like Snoop Lion, Tiesto and Adam Ant. The event center is going big again—this time, with a lineup of four Banda-style acts.

Friday, Nov. 8, three bands from Mexico—Los Players de Tuzantla, Banda Pequenos and Banda Astilleros—and Idaho band Corazones Salvajes hit the Revolution stage beginning at 8 p.m.

Everything about the event is larger than life. The smallest of the bands is Corazones Salvajes, which has five members and a sound that is big and brassy with accordions, guitars and layered horn sections.

Tickets are $40 general admission and $75 buys VIP access, which includes a 21-and-over section and closer proximity to the stage.