Latin music at The Bridge

Los Chiwahwahs Saturday

This month’s live Latin music night at The Bridge Lounge will feature Los Chiwahwahs. Not your typical rock group and far from your typical Latin ensemble, this band is a dynamite combo of both.

They have a repertoire of cumbia-pop, rock, reggaeton, slick Santana-style grooves and even Cuban son done with a signature Latin-soul twist.

Mark your calendar for March 28 and don’t miss out on the fun.

The music starts at 8 p.m. Advance tickets are available at The Bridge Lounge, Bop City Records, Blue Heron Books and Village Muse Books. Advance tickets are $12 and admission at the door is $15. For more information, contact Buleria Productions at 250-339-2279, or the Bridge Lounge at 250-871-7277.


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