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Little Joe and Special Guests to ring in 2023 with New Year’s Eve Ball in Las Vegas

The Chicano music blowout will feature LIttle Joe Y La Familia and more iconic Tejano bands on Dec. 31 in Las Vegas.

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The countdown to New Year’s Eve and a new Tejano tradition in Las Vegas, Nevada, begins now with the announcement of Little Joe’s New Year’s Eve Ball for a historic evening with the “King of the Brown Sound” including dinner and dance on December 31, 2022.

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The Chicano music blowout, produced by INGENUITY, acclaimed content creators of the annual Vegas Tejano Takeover, will be like no other event featuring performances by Little Joe Y Familia and The Hernandez Brothers — Gilbert and Rocky — with two more iconic Tejano bands to be announced as part of the official countdown on Friday, September 23, 2022, at VegasTejano.com, where pre-sale tables and special hotel room rates will be available. Single tickets for the event will go on sale beginning October 1, 2022.

Little Joe has been a trailblazer in Tex-Mex or Chicano music with a career that spans more than 60 years. THe NYE performance will celebrate the 50-year anniversary of “Las Nubes,” known to many as the “Chicano National Anthem” recorded by Little Joe Y La Familia on the Para La Gente album, originally released on the Buena Suerte label in 1972.

For all Little Joe New Year’s Eve Ball Vegas information, contact David Chavez at dchavez@weareingenuity.com.

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