Panteón Rococó

House of Blues

Though their music has been sold and traded on the black market at nearly an epidemic rate, heavily taking away from the group’s album sales, Mexico City’s ultra-popular Panteón Rococó hasn’t let that impede their global trekking—nor quiet their passionate political voice. Currently on their Ejercito de Paz Tour, a solid four-month endeavor, Panteón Rococó has a decade-plus worth of upbeat, Latin-infused rock, reggae and ska to share with the world. But losing steam doesn’t seem to be an impending issue—its their kind of progressive, positive roots-foundation power that keeps them going.
Wed., Aug. 25, 7 p.m., 2010