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Apr 28th at 6 PM

Don’t miss your chance to see these amazing performers on April 28, 2024 at 6pm!

Tickets are on sale now! Reserve your seats by phone at 1-888-MAIN ACT (1-888-624-6228), in person at the Chinook Winds Box Office, or online through the “Buy Tickets” link above or at

General Admission Tickets: $45. Must be 16 or older to attend


Chinook Winds Casino Resort utilizes Etix as the official ticketing company for events on its property.  Please be advised that any other ticketing website and/or outlet is not an authorized seller, or reseller, of tickets for events at Chinook Winds Casino Resort. Purchasing tickets outside of Etix and Chinook Winds Casino Resort may result in fraudulent tickets, or tickets that cannot be used for entry. These tickets will not be exchanged and/or refunded by Chinook Winds Casino Resort or Etix.

MALO rose to fame as part of the Latin Rock explosion of the early 70’s along with many San Francisco Bay Area artists and groups including legendary Latin Rock icon Carlos Santana. These groups, led by the success and global acceptance of “Santana”, earned great prominence and came to establish the original American music art form known as Latin Rock.

MALO band is led by original co-founding member and lead singer, Richard Bean, the writer, co-composer and voice on the original recording of “Suavecito.” Combined, the show features five decades of artists that were and are a key part of the core of the MALO music experience. The showcase maintains the element of historical authenticity due to this.

Tierra, a pioneering Chicano band founded in 1972 by Rudy and Steve Salas, achieved national fame in 1981 with their hit song “Together,” reaching #14 on Billboard Magazine’s Hot 100. Rudy and Steve’s tragic passing due to Covid in 2020 and 2022, respectively, has left a void in the music industry, but the Salas family has made the decision to keep their music alive through Tierra Legacy.

Tierra has had a remarkable career spanning generations and includes chart-topping hits. The band was named “Best R&B Vocal Group” by four leading magazines, including Billboard, in the early 1980s. They began their career in East Los Angeles with a unique blend of rock, pop, jazz, R&B, and salsa, creating an infectious Latin/R&B rhythm that produced classics such as “Together,” “Gonna Find Her” and “Memories,” Tierra was also the first Latino/American band to have four songs on national charts and two simultaneously in the Top 100.

Tierra’s legacy lives on through the band’s new iteration, Tierra Legacy, wholly owned by the Salas family. The band includes David Salas (Rudy’s son), Richard Salas (Rudy and Steve’s brother), original and longtime members who created the hit songs for Tierra, and two fresh and exciting new lead singers. Tierra Legacy continues to captivate fans with a strong social media presence, extraordinary live shows and new music, keeping the dynamic and unforgettable band alive.