Door Time: 7:00pm
Show Scheduled to start: 8:00pm*
Ages: All Ages
Join us for a pre-party in the Plaza! The Plaza opens @ 6PM. Food, drinks, and music available!
VIP Lounge: Enjoy elevated views and dedicated bar service as you watch your favorite artists perform live on stage! Inquire about getting access today by calling The Magnolia Box Office Concierge at (619) 651-2004 or by emailing us today!
Parking: There are two lots available for event parking. The North Lot is accessible off of Magnolia Ave and Park Ave. There is another parking structure on the east side of the venue, accessible off of W.D. Hall and Main St. Parking is free in all City lots in the area.
About Leo Dan:
Leo Dan is considered one of the most important singer-songwriters in Latin America. His music has conquered the hearts of all Spanish-speaking countries.
At age 20 Leo Dan travels to Buenos Aires with the desire to succeed and is presented on CBS (Sony Music today), where he immediately signs a record deal. His first great success "Celia", reaches the top places in the popularity rankings a week after being released. He is followed by hits like "Fanny", "Estelita", "Free single and with no one", "Santiago Dear", "What does the girl have", "For a Caminito", "How I Miss You My Love" which becomes One of the most important topics of his career.
In 1966, after getting married, Leo decides to move to Spain where he continues recording hits such as "Mary is my Love", "With Crossed Arms", "I'm Always Thinking About Her", "How to Know If I Love You", "Will Be Possible Love", among others.
In 1970, due to the great success that his compositions were having, Leo decides to move with his family to the Aztec capital, where he lives for the next 10 years. He is the first balladist who records with mariachis and obtains great successes, opening the way for a new genre.
Mexico receives Leo Dan with great affection and places himself at the top of the rankings with themes such as, "I have promised you", "That wall", "Play mariachis sing", "My Last Serenade", "The Radio is Playing Your Song "," You look like a baby girl, "" I know she is not happy, "" Don't compare me with anyone, "etc.
In 1980 he decided to return to his beloved Argentina where he ventured into the field of politics. He is a candidate for the governorship of Santiago del Estero, his native province. But he does not abandon music and composes successes such as, "More than a madman," "Ask me for the moon," "That summer night," "Blue eyes," among others.
Currently Leo has composed more than 3000 songs. His songs have been recorded in different genres such as romantic, folklore, tropical, cumbia, band, tango, ballenato rancheras, etc. Also his compositions have been translated into Italian, Portuguese, German, French, English, Turkish and Japanese.
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