Getting front-row seats to a concert often requires fans to overpay scalpers or name their firstborn child 93.1 FM. See a show on your terms with this GrouponLive deal.
- One ticket to see Lorenzo de Monteclaro or Panda
- Where: House of Blues Anaheim
- Section: general admission
- Door time: one hour before showtime
- Ticket values include all fees.<p>
$25 for a concert package to see Panda on Friday, June 28, at 7 p.m. (up to a $68.50 total value)
- One general-admission ticket (up to a $38.50 value)
- Pass-the-Line privileges and five hours of free Downtown Disney parking (up to a $20 value)
- $10 voucher for Crossroads Restaurant on the day of the concert (limit 1 per table, not valid for alcohol)<p>
$25 for a concert package to see Lorenzo de Monteclaro on Saturday, July 27, at 8 p.m. (up to a $66 total value)
- One general-admission ticket (up to a $46 value)
- Pass-the-Line privileges and five hours of free Downtown Disney parking (up to a $20 value)<p>
"Envejecido en Barril de Roble"
Panda (or Pxndx, depending on how they're feeling about vowels that day) has soared to the top of the Mexican pop charts with a good-natured bad attitude. Inspired by such pop-punk outfits as the Alkaline Trio and Blink-182, the Monterrey-based quartet relishes snotty vocals, melodic power chords, and snacks of bamboo. Though their sophomore effort La Revancha del Principe Charro was the band's first album to go platinum in Mexico, it wouldn't be the last—follow-ups Para Ti con Desprecio and Amantes Sunt Amentes reached an even wider audience, and last year's Bonanza debuted atop the charts.
####Lorenzo de Monteclaro A smooth norteño tenor, movie star, snappy dresser, and consummate charmer, Lorenzo de Monteclaro is a showman in the classic mode. Since debuting on Mexican radio in the late '50s, de Monteclaro has made his name with nostalgic ranchera love songs and bouncy conjunto tunes against a backdrop of accordion, guitar, saxophone, and drums played by his own son. From blunt goodbye songs such as "Perdona Mi Frenqueza" to lonely heartstring-tuggers such as his signature ballad "El Ausente," Lorenzo de Monteclaro is going strong after more than fifty years on stage and screen.
“It can get pretty hot in there.”