Supernatural Santana Offers 25% Off Shows For NV Residents 11/11-13

Supernatural Santana: A Trip Through The Hits returns with Carlos Santana and his band to The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino for three final performances beginning Friday, Nov. 11 through Sunday, Nov. 13. As a special thank you to the Las Vegas community, locals receive 25 percent off any regularly priced ticket.

Supernatural Santana

Carlos Santana
Carlos Santana at Memorabilia Case Dedication
Inside Hard Rock Hotel Las Vegas
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To obtain the discount, locals can use the code “LVSANT” at or at the Hard Rock Box Office. The offer is valid with a Nevada ID on all price levels, while supplies last.

Carlos Santana and Wife
Santana and Wife
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After inspiring and wowing audiences at The Joint during the show’s two-year residency, Supernatural Santana: A Trip Through the Hits returns for three nights only. The show features a fluid set list including classics “Oye Como Va,” “Black Magic Woman,” “Evil Ways,” and “Maria Maria.” A favorite am ong fans and critics alike, each show explores a unique angle on the band’s repertoire to create an unparalleled experience for the audience. The Los Angeles Times said that Supernatural Santana: A Trip Through the Hits “proves what an unusual rock icon [Carlos Santana] is” and highlighted the “deeply energetic” performances of his long-time band members, who routinely have audience members dancing in the aisles.

Supernatural Santana: A Trip Through the Hits was inspired by the band’s 1999 release, Supernatural , that was destined to be the biggest of their career. Supernatural , a long-overdue reunion between producers Carlos Santana and Clive Davis, brought fresh collaborations with Cee-Lo, Eagle-Eye Cherry, Eric Clapton, Everlast, Lauryn Hill, Mexican supergroup Maná, Dave Matthews and bandmate Carter Beauford, producers the Dust Brothers, KC Porter, Wyclef Jean and others. The album includes two RIAA platinum No. 1 hits – “Smooth” featuring Rob Thomas of Match¬box Twenty and “Maria Maria,” produced by Wyclef Jean – the first Hot 100 No. 1 hits of Santana’s career. The singles spent a cumulative half-year at No. 1 and paved the way for the album to amass chart honors and generate Grammy Awards® beyond anyone’s expectations. For more information, visit

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