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Intocable, Spanish for "untouchable," grew from two friends' passion for Tejano music and blossomed into the Grammy-winning group that it has become. Don't miss your chance to see Ricky Munoz and Renee Martinez perform LIVE! Buy your Intocable tickets now!
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Intocable Concert Tickets

Take advantage of your chance to see this stellar band, the name of which means “untouchable” in Spanish. Intocable is a group created by two musical friends in Zapata, Texas, to celebrate their love for Tejano music, and that passion shows in their live concerts. Get your Intocable tickets today, and join the growing fan base that recognizes their untouchable talent!

Ricky Munoz and Renee Martinez created Intocable in 1993, blending their versions of Tejano and Norte music styles to create a sound that’s all their own. Tejano music classifies various forms of Mexican-American folk and popular music that originated in Central and Southern Texas. Tejano became popular in the late 20th century thanks to musicians like Selena (who was often referred to as “The Queen of Tejano”), Los Palominos, Ram Ayala and Jennifer Pena. If you like the upbeat Latin sound of artists like Sergio Mendes or Pepe Aquilar, you don’t want to miss this show.

Intocable has made an impact on the music scene and was the first of the genre to play at Dallas Cowboys Stadium at the halftime show of the 2011 Dallas Cowboys vs. Washington Redskins game. The band has earned two of the five nominations to the Billboard Regional Mexican Awards and was recognized for Best Norteno Album to the 2011 Latin Grammy for their album Intocable 2011. They were also nominated for an American Grammy for the album Intocable 2011.