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Latin concerts in San Diego January 2024 | Top 3

Latinos in San Diego represent around 30% of the total population, so in January thousands of residents will be able to see some of their favorite artists up close. What a better way to start the year with the Latin concerts in San Diego for January 2024.

JefeBet will be your trusted guide on a tour of the highlights of Latin music. Next, we bring you the three most prominent artists who will be present in San Diego ready to make you sing until late into the night. Keep reading!

Latin concerts in San Diego January 2024 | The 3 best musical events

1 – Poncho Sánchez | January 13th

One of the main representatives of Caribbean rhythms will be present at the Music Box in San Diego (1337 India Street). With a unique fusion between conga, salsa, and jazz that’ll make you vibrate to the beat of Trane’s Delight, the last of his 27 albums.

Poncho Sánchez, a precursor of Latin jazz in the United States, is the youngest of 11 siblings in a family with Mexican roots that instilled in him his interest in Cuban music from a very young age. With hits like Bésame Mama and Coco Mai Mai, he promises you a night where you simply won’t be able to stop dancing.

2 – Blü Egyptian | January 20th

Blü Egyptian is one of the great sensations of indie rhythm and from 2021 to date they’ve already taken to the stage more than 200 times. With an exclusive fusion of funk, bluegrass, reggae, rock, and some other genres, this band will be the star of an evening worth remembering.

The group will perform at the Winstons Beach Club, a place where you can enjoy several of their hits, including Justice and The Most Beautiful Girl in the Room. From the West Coast to the world, this Chico-based youth quartet is ready to fill you with their energy.

3 – La Santa Cecilia | January 26th and 27th

If we talk about quartets, La Santa Cecilia is one of the most outstanding when it comes to Latino music today. In the legendary Music Box they’ll present their new album Cuatro Copas, along with their other remembered hits such as Ice El Hielo, a song that talks about the experience of its members as immigrants or children of immigrants in the United States.

This Mexican-American band headed by singer Marisol La Marisoul Hernández and well accompanied by Pepe Carlos, Alex, and El Oso, will make you part of their family in a concert through cumbia, bossa nova, and boleros. It will allow you to remember your Latino roots like never before.


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