ALL WHITE LIVE SALSA TUESDAY ft. Tito Puente Jr & His Orchestra

ALL WHITE LIVE SALSA TUESDAY ft. Tito Puente Jr & His Orchestra
Event on 2018-08-21 19:00:00
4FANTASTICEVENTS.COM presents: ALL WHITE LIVE SALSA TUESDAY ft. Tito Puente Jr & His Orchestra Save the Date: Tuesday Aug. 21 2018 Live Salsa Band, 3 RMS of Music, 6 DJs Live band: Tito Puente jr. & his Orchestra Pre-Sale Ticket just -Purchase your “Pre-sale” tickets today on line or purchase at the venue ahead of time: OR MUST RSVP BEFORE 3PM DAY OF EVENT!! RSVP FOR THIS EVENT HERE: Music by Salsa All-Star DJ Team by: DJ Prieto DJ Luis Molina DJ Freddy Fresh DJ Anthrax/2nd Level DJ Frankie J. DJ Eclipse/2nd Level DJ Eric "ET" Taylor/2nd Level Bachata Class by Amy Tsai Kizomba Class by Ken Amorio Salsa Class by Edson De Cuba Pre-Sale Tickets for (On Line Sales only) RSVP FOR REDUCED PRICE OF BEFORE 9pm Door Price will be IN THE MAIN ALHAMBRA ROOM (7pm to 2am) Music of Salsa, Mambo, Cha-Cha by DJ Prieto, DJ Freddy Fresh & DJ Frankie J. IN THE KIZOMBA ROOM (7pm to 12AM) Music of Kizomba, Steppin, Zouk, Semba by DJ Eclipse & Eric "ET" Taylor IN THE BACHATA ROOM (7pm to 11AM) Music of Bachata Sensual, Domican Style by DJ Luis Molina & DJ Anthrax 7:00pm sharp – Doors Open for all 3 Rooms 7:45- 8:45pm SALSA Class with Edson de Cuba 7:45- 8:45pm KIZOMBA/STEP Class with Ken Amorio 7:45-8:45pm BACHATA Class with Amy Tsai 8:45-10:15pm Music by DJ Prieto 10:15:pm – 10:55pm First Set by TITO PUENTE JR BAND 10:55– 11:30pm Music by DJ Freddie Fresh 11:30 – 12:10pm Second Set by TITO PUENTE JR BAND 12:10 – 1:30pm Music by DJ Frankie J. MUST RSVP NO LATER THEN 3PM (DAY OF THE EVENT) Bio: TITO PUENTE JR & HIS ORCHESTRA The comparison is inevitable. How could it be otherwise? Tito Puente Jr. carries his father with him – imprinted on his physical being and locked in his soul. It’s in his looks, his joy, and his music. Tito, Jr. is on a passionate mission. The younger Puente is determined to nurture the musical legacy left by his father. He refuses to let his father become a distant memory. “He was just too vibrant, too exciting. There was magic in the music my father made. It made people happy all over the world.” He has found captive audiences who echo his passion. Crowds lured to a venue by the father are returning to see the son — and to once again participate in the high voltage celebration that takes place on stage. Tito Puente, Jr. has become an audience favorite in casinos, performing arts centers, symphony halls and jazz festivals worldwide, performing more than 300 shows over the past 5 years. His 2004 album, “In My Father’s Shoes” featured the classic Puente titles and was spun into a BET Jazz television special of the same name. He was seen in a tribute to his father’s music on NBC’s two hour special–“The Apollo at 70: A Hot Night in Harlem.” He has also appeared on the ABC soap opera hit “One Life to Live” in performance with his big band. Symphony appearances include Dallas, San Antonio, Colorado, South Bend, and upcoming performances with the Palm Desert Symphony and the National Symphony Orchestra conducted by Marvin Hamlisch. Tito, Jr.’s new CD release, “Got Mambo?” is a mixture of the old and the new as he takes a musical departure into some powerful new music he can truly call his own. Guest artists Bobby Cruz and Hansel & Raul help make this a coming of age project for Puente, Jr. and the album is receiving heavy praise from Tropical and Latin Jazz critics alike. Tito Jr. reveres the magnificent, lasting impact his father had on our musical lives. “People who don’t know anything about Latin music know my father and people always, always smile when they say my father’s name,” he confides. “That is a very special gift I have been given.” Tito, Jr. lives in South Florida and has two children, Miranda and Antonio. Alhambra Palace Restaurant 1240 W. RANDOLPH CHICAGO IL 60604  

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