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Los Tigres del Norte at Gibson Amphitheatre

April 11, 2013

MUSIC

Los Tigres del Norte formed in the mid-1960s and is made up of four brothers and one cousin. The band has become known for its ability to connect with its fans through songs of the struggles of the Mexican working class on both sides of the border. The band's showmanship is much less humble. Dressed in shiny boots, stiff tejano hats and tight-fitting, brightly colored suits embellished with elaborate stitching and sequins, the band embodies classic norteño style — dazzling and snazzy. Gibson Amphitheatre, 100 Universal City Drive, Universal City. 8:15 p.m. Sat. $38-$250. Livenation.com.

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