Win Tickets ($50): Soul Sacrifice @ Mission Theater | PNW’s Award Winning Santana Tribute
We are giving away a pair of tickets to Soul Sacrifice @ Mission Theater on October 28. To win, comment below on this post why you’d like to attend. Winner will be drawn and emailed October 23.
From our sponsors:
October 28, 2023
Doors 7PM, Show 8PM | $20 ADV, Show $25 Doors | 21+
More info: mcmenamins.com
1624 NW Glisan St, Portland, OR 97209
Soul Sacrifice has been voted the #1 Tribute to Santana in the Pacific NW and one of the Top 10 Tribute Bands in the Northwest !!
You will not find a finer group of musicians that are so totally committed to bringing the authentic sounds of Santana to the Live Stage.
Enjoy the Music of Santana, the atmosphere and the sizzling Latin Beats from one of the most Outstanding Tribute bands on the West Coast.
Soul Sacrifice is the Pacific NW’ #1 Award Winning Premier Tribute to the Music of Santana. From Woodstock to some of Santana’s most recent Hits, Soul Sacrifice performs these songs with a passion and joy that engulfs the audience in the entire atmosphere of Santana’s music.
Featuring some of the NW’s finest musicians & percussionists, they infuse the music with the infectious Latin rhythms that have made Santana’s music beloved around the World.
Songs like Evil Ways, Jingo and Soul Sacrifice, from Santana’s first album, to songs from Abraxas, Black Magic Woman, Gypsy Queen and Oye Como Va, right up to some of today’s great hits, like Primavera and Maria Maria, Soul Sacrifice brings the songs to life with a refreshing new spirit. The band loves the music and puts their Hearts & Soul into each song.
Featuring one of the NW’s finest male vocalist, Bobby Cedeno, along with Tommy Sandovallegos on percussion and vocals, Mario Licciardi on guitars/vocals, Ron Fincher on drums & percussion, Billy D on bass/vocals, J.W. Robertson on Keyboards/Vocals, Melvin Fincher on Saxophones/vocals & Karl Ronning on Trumpet/vocals, these talented musicians make a Soul Sacrifice performance an absolute “Must See”.