Mango’s Orlando Live Concert Series Kicks Off Tonight
The music and entertainment at Mango’s Tropical Café Orlando explodes tonight as the International Drive entertainment venue launches its newest venture: a live concert series on the club’s main stage.
Tony Dize is the first performer in the concert series, starting tonight (November 11) at Mango’s from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. He is a well-known reggaeton performer from Puerto Rico whose album, La Meldoia de la Calle 3rd Season, hit No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Latin Albums list in April 2015.
“Mango’s Orlando is already known for incredible live entertainment and adding a concert series to our facility will blow the roof off of this place,” says Joshua Wallack, COO, Mango’s Tropical Café. “There is not a venue in Orlando that can offer what we can to visitors and locals looking to experience the tropics without leaving International Drive”. Mango’s can hold up to 2,500 people and features one of the highest caliber sound and light system of any entertainment venue in Central Florida.
“Playing at Mango’s Tropical Café is an honor as it has a worldwide reputation for great entertainment and being one of the hottest clubs in Florida,” Dize says. “We’re going to have a night to remember at Mango’s and I’m looking forward to bringing my music to Mango’s”.
The official concert series will kick off starting in January 2017. Every few weeks, Mango’s Orlando will feature a different Latin musician. All of the concert series shows will take place after the standard showcase ends at 10 p.m. VIP Table options are available for an additional charge and all reservations can be made by calling Mango’s at 407-963-4422. Tickets will be available at the door for $25.
Across the intersection of International Drive and Sand Lake Road in Orlando’s bustling tourist and Convention Corridor, Mango’s is also developing Skyplex, a $500M Entertainment Complex featuring the world’s tallest roller coaster, a hotel, and many other attractions.