Reggaeton boy band CNCO will perform this weekend at Orlando's House of Blues

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Grammy-nominated Latin pop/reggaeton boy band CNCO will be playing in Orlando on Saturday for their first headlining North American tour.

CNCO will be performing at the House of Blues on March 2 at 7 p.m. Ticket prices start at $102.



The five-member band was formed in 2015 after winning Univision's La Banda competition and have since scored hits like "Reggaeton Lento" and "Mamita."

CNCO's concert comes after their newly released single "Pretend" on Feb. 15, 2019.




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