The Villalobos Brothers Return To The Historic Fifth Street School To Co-Headline The Post-Big Game Show

Experience beautifully crafted songs that inspire community and love Sunday, Feb. 3, with Flor de Toloache and The Villalobos Brothers. Don’t miss the opportunity to see both Mexican folk bands for $25, plus taxes and fees, at 7:30 p.m. at the Historic Fifth Street School, 401 S. Fourth St.

Founded in 2018, Flor de Toloache is New York’s first, and only, all female mariachi group. The quartet’s diverse ethnicities and musical backgrounds influence the sound that has illuminated stages all over the world, captivating audiences with a unique flavor and sound that preserves centuries of mariachi while pushing boundaries. The group’s live performances have been praised by Rolling Stone, Billboard, The New York Times, GQ and many more. The Latin Grammy-winning group has collaborated with Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys, Chicano Batman and No Te Va Gustar.

The Villalobos Brothers will return to the Historic Fifth Street School to co-headline the post- Big Game show. Acclaimed as one of today’s leading contemporary Mexican ensembles, the brothers masterfully blend and celebrate the richness of Mexican folk music with the intricate harmonies of jazz and classical music. They were the first Mexican band to play at the Apollo Theater and have collaborated with Arturo O’Farrill, Antonio Sánchez, Eduardo Magallanes, Dan Zanes, and many others.

For tickets and more information click here or call 702-229-ARTS (2787).