Overview

“La voz del pueblo.”
–NPR

Los Tigres del Norte have reigned supreme as the kings of norteño for half a century. From cumbias to corridos, their songs are the soundtrack of the Mexican-American experience. They explore life, love and the struggle to survive—combining incredible musicianship with an outspoken social conscience.

With new albums nearly every year, and 30+ million sold, the band shows no signs of slowing down. Just this year they embarked on one of their biggest projects to date: a Netflix documentary in honor of Johnny Cash’s famous Folsom Prison concert, featuring live performance along with personal interviews from Latinx inmates.

Don’t miss this legendary group, back at NJPAC for one night only.

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A fee of $3.50 has been added to all tickets to offset the cost of COVID-19 upgrades and maintenance for performances taking place between September 1, 2021, through July 1, 2022.

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