Elefante

with Said Aguilar and Cantua

Wed Apr 26

Elefante

with Said Aguilar and Cantua

Doors: 8:00 pm
Start: 8:30 pm
Age: Ages 21+ Only
Price:$37-$72

Elefante’s music breaks the generation gap that often divides Latin Rock fans because the genre is basically split into four: Classic or Rock Nacional , 90s Rock , Modern Rock and Metal.

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Event Information

Genre: Pop / Rock


Ticket Prices: $37 advanced / $47 day of show
Table 2 - $72 (Limit is 4 tickets for this section. Table seating for 4.)
Table 3 - $72 (Limit is 4 tickets for this section. Table seating for 4.)
Table 4 - $72 (Limit is 4 tickets for this section. Table seating for 4.)
Opera Box 1 - $72 (Limit is 6 tickets for this section. Plush Seating for 6.)
Opera Box 2 - $72 (Limit is 6 tickets for this section. Plush Seating for 6.)
Opera Box 3 - $72 (Limit is 6 tickets for this section. Plush Seating for 6.)
Opera Box 4 - $72 (Limit is 6 tickets for this section. Plush Seating for 6.)


PARKING: Street parking and paid lot parking available.


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Elefante

Formed in the early '90s, Elefante had the opportunity to play for a major audience in 2000 while opening for Joaquín Sabina at Mexico City's Auditorio Nacional. A year later, the band represented Mexico in Viña del Mar, the most popular Chilean festival, with a song called "De la Noche a la Mañana." The song was featured in Elefante's debut album El Que Busca Encuentra, produced by Nacho Bejar. Drago Bonacich, All Music Guide.

Said Aguilar

BORN IN MEXICO DF, AND CREATED IN THE STATE OF BAJA CALIFORNIA, CONVERT THIS YOUNG MAN IN BAJA CALIFORNIANO DE CORAZON.

He began his studies of music at the age of 6 years, venturing as a Pianist. At the age of 12, he entered the Conservatory of Baja California under the direction of Eduardo Barrios and Zarema Thcibirova, being part of the children's orchestra of Baja California and studying orchestration with maestro Alberto Ubach. At the age of 13, he started singing at a local church in San Diego, where he began his passion for singing, developing this talent for 10 years, at the age of 23 he started singing at various bars and venues in the city Of San Diego, California.

He reaches the ears of master producer Kiko Cibrian, where he begins to record models and references for artists such as Carlos Rivera, Reik, etc. He currently has three international singles playing in radiofusoras, the first one titled "Mi Corazon Quiero Darte" the second "You Want to Be My Wife" produced by Kiko Cibrian, the third "Mas que un Adios" produced by Argentine international producer Gustavo Giardelli. He has performed with this material in the city of Tijuana in "El Foro" "Alebrije", in San Diego "House of Blues" "San Diego Copley Symphony Hall" and in the new "Music Box" by Reik, Matisse , Rio Roma, Elephant, Yuri, Belanova, Miguel Mateos among others. She is currently finishing her first album and has a tour in the United States for the year 2016. Her song "you want to be my wife" has had a great rise in Youtube surpassing a thousand daily views, a considerable amount for a new artist. Said Aguilar comes with all the attitude And international quality that an artist can deliver, with themes by Jean Fonsi, his material promises a very interesting album.

Cantua

SAN DIEGO, Calif. - Built around brothers Pablo and Esteban Cantua, the music of Cantua is special. Using Spanish guitar as a foundation, the pair lays on Latin rhythms, virtuoso fretwork and manic energy for performances that are as thrilling to watch as they are to listen to.

It’s that fact which has made Cantua one of Southern California’s outdoor festival favorites, including performances at the San Diego County Fair, Gator By The Bay, Chicano Park Day, NAMM and Strawberry Fest in the last year alone. They sing in both English and Spanish, with a set full of infectious songs with universal appeal that have been heard on television programming for Univision’s Despierta San Diego, Fox 5 News, CW6 and Warner Cable Network.

Studying the guitar from a young age, Cantua is the culmination of the brothers’ immersion in music, a continual drive to both hone their craft and build an audience. Formed in 2001 by Pablo, the band has an expansive line up depending on the event, with duo, trio and full band performances, plus set lists that include masterful originals as well as choice covers, recast in their unique style. Esteban came aboard in 2010, setting in motion the group’s current round of success.

The band has recently collaborated in the studio with the likes of Marujah and Falling Doves, all in anticipation of the recording of the follow up album to their 2013 debut, Live at El Zarape, this time out set to be a studio outing. Also in 2017 the band will hit the road for another round of touring throughout the Western U.S.

Anyone who enjoys Latin based acoustic guitar music will want to hear the songs of Cantua, but their appeal is much bigger than that. Jazz fans will appreciate the duo’s inspired guitar playing, classic rock fans will love the terrific original tunes as well as covers of classics by artists such as Santana or The Eagles, dance fans will want to groove to their rhythms. It’s all there in their passionate music, with almost every song a showstopper. Cantua is a combo that will impress you from the first note.