It’s the end of an era as Tejano icon Shelly Lares will make her final stop of her LMD Legacy Tour tonight in Dallas as “Little Miss Dynamite” will retire from performing at the end of the show. Still, there are plans to celebrate her 40-year career with Shelly Lares: “The Final Bow” at the end of this month.
It will be a night filled with music and memories with tribute performances and stories shared by peers of Lares. Only 100 fans will be able to experience this exclusive event scheduled for Thursday, December 29, at the Scottish Rite Theatre in San Antonio, Texas.
The night will feature many speakers including some of the remaining members of Hot Tamales, the first band for Shelly Lares. Patsy Torres, a mentor of Lares, will also make an appearance along with other former band members and industry peers.
Fans can expect to reminisce and celebrate the legendary 40-year career of Shelly Lares, which began when she was just 10 years old, with never before seen photos, videos, and performances. A grand finale from Little Miss Dynamite closing the night by performing her favorite, most heartfelt songs.
The exclusive tickets will be available at shellylares.online beginning Monday, December 19, 2022.
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The song is the lead single from highly-anticipated new album from the legendary group due out May 2023.
The song’s theme was the idea of the Tejano Music Awards winner’s past experiences.
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