Los Invencibles del Swing Tropical
7:30pm - 1:00am
El Tucán presents:
- 1st Seating featuring Los Invencibles del Swing Tropical
Valet Flat Rate
Showtime Seating Times
We have two live music and entertainment shows Thursday – Saturday. Dinner seating is at 8:00 pm. Doors open at 7:30 pm for cocktails and general admission. Dinner reservation guests should arrive promptly and with all guests in attendance prior to being seated. We have a 15 minute maximum hold time for all table reservations. A Credit Card is held for all reservations. 24hr cancellation policy. $50 per person charge for no-shows.
Dinner & Reservations
Our sharable prix-fixe menu is $85 per person upstairs and downstairs every Thursday. Dinner reservations include all items listed in the menu paired with our spectacular Tucán show followed by a live band. Beverages are separate.
The menu includes a variety of savory dishes and chef’s selection for dessert. The Chef updates our menu often, to provide a range in your dining experience.
There are two shows Thursday. Guests in first dinner seating have the table for only the first show. After the first show, the table will be turned over to new guests arriving for the last show. We welcome first show dinner guests to continue the night at the Bar and in standing room. Guests in the second dinner seating may keep their table for the duration of the evening.
We encourage all of our guests to fix up and look sharp by coming in cocktail attire or formal wear. Please note: Casual attire such as flip flops, t-shirts or beach wear will not be admitted. This is showbiz, kid!
For guests bringing minors to dine at El Tucán, please note that we accept 18 and under between 7:30 – 11:00pm. Our venue strictly enforces 21+ at any bar area. After 11:00pm, El Tucán is 21+.
About The Band
Los Invencibles del Swing Tropical is here to stay. Combining rhythms from Colombia, Cuba, Panama and the Caribbean; these three talented international artists will give you something to talk about. First, Ralphy Ray from Barranquilla Colombia has revived a genre that has been abandoned for over a decade. Ralphy has over 15 years of experience and has been baptized by the media as the “new king of the urban tropical genre”. Tamara Morales from Havana Cuba, also known as “The female Pharaoh of Son”, has shared the stage with many legends to include, but not limited to Juan Luis Guerra, Oscar de León, Alberto Barros, etc. Finally, Willie Panama, also known as the “King of Salsa Rap” needs no introduction. He is an internationally known artist, actor, composer, and singer, musician who started his career at an early age. Willie has travelled the globe and has worked directly with numerous actors and shared the stage with El gran combo de Puerto Rico, Los Van Van from Cuba, and La Sonora Carruseles from Colombia. As an actor, Willie played the main role in the academy award-winning movie “Malcolm X” and has also worked directly with many icons such as Denzel Washington, Jamie Foxx, and many others from the cinema academy. Together, these three individuals are a force to reckon with. Hands down.