Los Niteliters is a Bay Area Latino Band whose music reflects the cultural fusion of Mexican Americans throughout the Southwest.  The band integrates a diverse range of Latin and American influences during their live performances where the strong energy of this vibrant music comes alive.  They display great stage presence with the contributions of quality, veteran, musicians with more than two decades of working together!

Ajua!​  


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- Damian Trujillo, Veteran NBC Bay Area news reporter. Producer and host of Comunidad Del Valle ​for NBC and Telemundo

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Raymundo Talavera, DJ, KKUP Radio, 91.5FM

"For authentic Tejano/Chicano music there's only one band I would call--Los Niteliters.  Simply The BEST!"


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​​​​The Tradition Continues

​"I'm never disappointed when I catch Los Niteliters. They can take me from Old School to hot Cumbia to smoking Tejano with a very, very smooth mix. The word I would give this band is Quality!"

April 14, 2018

Moose Lodge (Dinner/Dance)

8:00 p.m.

San Jose Moose Lodge 401
1825 Mt Pleasant Road

San Jose, California 95148

April 15, 2018

La Pulga de SanJose
11:30a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
1590 Berryessa Road
San Jose, CA 95133


April 28, 2018

Private Event!

Salinas, CA


May 5, 2018

Cindo De Mayo! 7:30 p.m.
Club Rodeo
610 Coleman Ave, San Jose, California 95110


May 12, 2018

Jay Perez, Los Niteliters, Califas

Located In The Big Fresno Fair

1121 S Chance Ave. (6 p.m.)
Fresno, California 93702
Phone (559) 650-3247
http://www.fresnofair.com


May 18, 2018

St. John Vianney Catholic Parish 8:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.
4600 Hyland Ave

San Jose, California 95127


June 16, 2018

Holy Cross Church Festival!
580 Jackson Street (8 p.m.)

San Jose, CA 95112-3214


November 10, 2018

Santa Clara - Private Party!


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– Robert Payne, Tortilla Soup

Band Leader/Trumpet

"A unique fusion of Tejano and Chicano rhythm.  Not surprising given the musical and educational talents of the band members.  When Los Niteliters play, I struggle between wearing my Justin Ropers, or my Stacy Adams; a nice dilemma to have."

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