Ring in a Tropical New Year’s at the gorgeous SFJAZZ!
Monsieur Periné “one of the most exciting emerging artists in Latin music” (LA Weekly).
From Bogotá, Colombia, 2015 Latin GRAMMY winner brings dance inspiring Latin American rhythms.
This band has cultivated a fervent following by blending French jazz swing with Latin American cumbia, bolero, tango, and samba.
Both NYE concerts (8PM & 10:30PM) include party favors, complimentary sparkling wine, Open dancefloor, New Year’s countdown (NYC and SF), stunning immersive visuals and more.
5 shows! Dec. 28-31th, 7:30pm
201 Franklin Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
New Year’s party includes!
Open Dance Floor
NYE Party Favors
Stunning NYE-Themed Projected Visuals
Countdown to 2024 in NYC and SF.
“One of the most exciting emerging artists in Latin music” (LA Weekly).
The 2023 Latin GRAMMY winner for Best Alternative Album (Bolero Apocalíptico) brings their singular hybrid that merges the simmering French jazz manouche style of Django Reinhardt with dance-inspiring Latin American rhythms to ring in the New Year.
Formed over a decade ago in Bogotá, Colombia by singer Catalina García and guitarists Santiago Prieto (who’s being replaced on these concerts by guitarist Jose Luis Pardo) and Jairo Alfonso, the band has cultivated a fervent following by blending the spirit of 1930s music with the joyous and sophisticated sounds of contemporary Latin American pop — a worldly, boundary-blurring approach places them in the same echelon as contemporaries Natalia Lafourcade, Troker, Carla Morrison, and Bomba Estereo.
García’s effervescent vocals match perfectly with a uniquely colorful visual style masterminded by Colombian artist José Arboleda in their surreal album art and concert clothing, and the band has released three albums including their self-released 2012 debut Hecho a Mano, the Latin GRAMMY-winning 2015 follow-up Caja De Musica, and their newest Sony Music session, the GRAMMY-nominated Encanto Tropical. Monsieur Periné returns to help us usher in 2024 with the hope and joy we need now more than ever.
Catalina García vocals
Nicolás Junca guitar
Jose Luis Pardo guitar
Jairo Alfonso saxophones, clarinet
Abstin Caviedes trumpet, trombone
Adinda Meertins bass
Miguel Guerra percussion
Darwin Baez drums.