Live concerts in San Diego have been at a standstill for several months, but some bands are starting to test the waters, with two Mexican bands among the first to announce live concert dates.
One of them is Grupo Firme, a regional Mexican group that will perform at the Pechanga Arena in San Diego on April 2. Tickets, starting at $ 50, go on sale Friday, September 18 from 10 a.m. to AXS.com.
The group – among its members Eduin Caz, Joaquín Ruiz, Fito Rubio, Christian Téllez, Oscar Valdez and Dylan Camacho – announced that they would perform in Los Angeles and Bakersfield in late March before coming to San Diego.
Concert organizers said the date of the event could change as it is subject to local government and state of California guidelines to help the community stay safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Founded in Tijuana, Grupo Firme was discovered in 2013 and became known through social networks.
And if San Diego County health guidelines don’t become more restrictive, on Sunday, October 4, the band Inspector will once again take the stage for a live concert with an audience – a performance that may be the band’s only scheduled concert for. the rest of the year.
The concert at the Pala Casino will be an event for people 21 and over. The casino hall will be limited to 500 people and the eight musicians in the group will respect the rules of social distancing. Tickets cost $ 15 and can be purchased here.