CONJUNTO PRIMAVERA TO PERFORM AT NASCAR MEXICO TOYOTA SERIES RACE
Phoenix International Raceway President Bryan R. Sperber announced today that the popular Mexican musical group Conjunto Primavera will be performing live at the March 1 NASCAR Mexico Toyota Series race.
Tony Melendez, lead vocalist for Conjunto Primavera, will be performing the Mexican national anthem prior to the start of the race. Following the NASCAR Mexico Toyota Series event, Conjunto Primavera will entertain fans with a performance on the midway. Access to the concert and fan midway is free to all ticket holders for the Friday, March 1 event.
“We are extremely excited and honored to have the opportunity to perform at the inaugural NASCAR Mexico race at PIR in the United States” said Conjunto Primavera lead singer Tony Melendez.
Conjunto Primavera is known for a variety of musical styles including rancheras, cumbias, boleros, ballads, and norteño. They have experienced tremendous success with international hits such as “Perdoname mi Amor” “Empaca Tus Cosas”, “Necesito Decirte”, “Debes Volver”, “Fue Un Placer Amarte”, “El Triste”, and many others.
Tickets for the NASCAR Mexico Toyota Series race, which also include access to the Conjunto Primavera concert, are on sale now for only $20. Tickets for all events during the March 1-3 SUBWAY Fresh Fit 500 weekend at Phoenix International Raceway are available at www.phoenixraceway.com or by calling 1-866-408-RACE (7223).
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