August 26, 2023

GRUPO FRONTERA at Freeman Coliseum

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The band brings the party to town!

We had the opportunity to attend the Grupo Frontera sold-out show last night at the Freeman Coliseum in San Antonio, TX and we have to say it was a great experience.

Together with Milla 22, they delivered an incredible show to thousands of fans who came to the Alamo City from different cities to enjoy a night full of great music and lots of dancing!

The event was amazing, the crowd was energetic and the music was contagious creating a big party inside the venue.

Grupo Frontera - Photo: Nacho DelaGarza

MILLA 22

The opening act of the night was Milla 22. The band was in charge of warming up the party, but with Mariano Resendez in vocals and accordion, that was an easy thing to do. 

With songs “Linda Mujer”, “Te Quiero, I Love You” and “Discúlpame” the band had the whole venue dancing and singing.

They even played “La Camisa Negra, cover from Juanes with a cumbia style, and an old classic from the band Toppaz, “Celoso” bringing great memories to a lot of us.

It was a performance full of great songs and contagious rythims leaving the crowd ready for the big act of the night.

Milla 22 - Photo: Nacho DelaGarza
Milla 22 - Photo: Nacho DelaGarza
Milla 22 - Photo: Nacho DelaGarza

GRUPO FRONTERA

It was 9:40 when the music from the venue stopped and lights were shut off… the time to enjoy Grupo Frontera was here!

The Mexican-American band from Edinburg, TX plays a fusion of rock, cumbia, norteño and pop making their show an unique event that young and elders can really enjoy.

Adelaido “Payo” Solís III and company didn’t want to waste any time and started the show with the song that put them in the international spot, “No Se Va”, a cover from pop band Morat, but their cumbia version went viral on TikTok opening the doors to many other events.

The song set the tone for the rest of the night, as they played a mix of old and new tracks.

Grupo Frontera - Photo: Nacho DelaGarza
Grupo Frontera - Photo: Nacho DelaGarza
Grupo Frontera - Photo: Nacho DelaGarza

As mentioned, the band used the stage to play songs from their repertoire such as “La Frontera”, “Que Vuelvas” and “Lunes A Lunes” having everyone dancing and singing along, but it was with “Un X100TO”, song they share with Bad Bunny, when the whole audiance stood up and loudly sang together with the band.

Grupo Frontera - Photo: Nacho DelaGarza
Grupo Frontera - Photo: Nacho DelaGarza
Grupo Frontera - Photo: Nacho DelaGarza

The concert ended with a standing ovation from the crowd, who chanted “otra, otra, otra” (another, another, another) until the band came back for an encore.

Grupo Frontera is not only a talented band, but also a voice for the Latino community and a symbol of cultural diversity. Their music is a celebration of life and a reminder that we are all connected by our dreams and struggles.

Grupo Frontera - Photo: Nacho DelaGarza
Grupo Frontera - Photo: Nacho DelaGarza

FANS GALLERY

Thank you so much to everyone who smiled for the photo!

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