Bon Secours Wellness Arena Establishes Mission to Showcase Hispanic Acts

Image Courtesy of Los Tigres del Norte Media Library

Bon Secours Wellness Arena, an award-winning state-of-the-art sports and entertainment venue located in downtown Greenville, announces its mission to showcase Hispanic acts and bring more diverse programming to the upstate. This commitment supports The Well’s longstanding recognition of the Latino community’s immense contributions to music and entertainment, as well as to the upstate and surrounding region.


“Championing diversity and supporting entertainment that represents many different cultures and music types is hugely important to us. After noticing a lack of Hispanic talent in our offerings we worked diligently to fill the void and are excited for the upstate to begin to see the results of our efforts with the upcoming Los Tigres del Norte performance,” says Beth Paul, general manager of Bon Secours Wellness Arena.

Paul is working with Zamora Live, a full-service entertainment, media, and marketing agency with offices in USA and Mexico, to help fulfill The Well’s mission.

"Zamora is proud of our heritage and that is why we are always happy to produce Latin events, bringing our community together in a diverse and inclusive environment where they feel connected and safe. We cannot wait to bring more amazing shows to South Carolina and to keep growing our partnership with Bon Secours Wellness Arena in Greenville,” says Leslie Amador, event promotor for Zamora Live. “We are grateful for the Arena who has helped bring our culture to South Carolina and keep the Latin music alive.”

Los Tigres del Norte’s La Reunión Tour taking place at Bon Secours Wellness Arena on September 10th promises to entertain. A legendary Norteño band hailing from Rosa Morada of Sinaloa in Mexico, Los Tigres del Norte is one of the top Latin music acts in the world. To celebrate their appearance in Greenville, Bon Secours Wellness Arena will host a preshow reunion party on the Furman Plaza on September 10th starting at 4:00PM. Arrive early for music, food, and a great environment to catch up with friends and family. For the show and select upcoming events, The Well will partner with local Hispanic non-profit organizations whose Spanish speaking volunteers will be on hand to provide customer support assistance. To purchase tickets to Los Tigres del Norte’s La Reunión Tour at Bon Secours Wellness Arena, visit www.ticketmaster.com.

“Presenting a wide range of music genres, our September calendar features the most diverse lineup ever and The Well is beyond thrilled to welcome Los Tigres del Norte to Greenville during a time that also ushers in National Hispanic Heritage Month. Not to be missed, their performance will be fun and entertaining for longtime fans and new listeners,” Paul continues.

Other shows taking at The Well in September include Lil Baby & Friends, SpritFest, West Fest with Ice Cube and Cypress Hill, REO Speedwagon & Styx with Loverboy, and Charlie Wilson & Friends. For more information on Bon Secours Wellness Arena and its full schedule of events, visit www.bonsecoursarena.com.

Located in Greenville, SC, Bon Secours Wellness Arena is a 15,000-seat sports and entertainment arena that hosts live events including family shows, sporting events, concerts, minor league hockey, seminars and conventions. Club seats, party suites and luxury suites with premium services concierge are available in the arena. The Bon Secours Wellness Arena is managed by the Greenville Arena District and operates under a clear bag policy.

Los Tigres del Norte are a Norteño band from San Jose, California. Originally founded in Mocorito, Sinaloa, Mexico, with sales of 60 million albums, the band is one of the most recognized groups in the genre, due to its long history and its successes within the Mexican community in the diaspora. Known as “la voz del pueblo,” or the voice of the people, Los Tigres del Norte have consistently spoken out against issues that directly impact the Latinx community. Through lyrics, documentaries, and activism, the Norteño band — whose career spans over five decades — has explored topics like immigration, gun violence and, most recently, cash bail reform.


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