LATIN RHYTHMS

From The Queen City

UltimaNota - A 7-piece Latin band that delivers a blend of tropical rhythms with a modern twist. Founded in 2009 in Charlotte, the group’s members hail from Venezuela, Mexico, El Salvador and Dominican Republic. UltimaNota fuses new with old, English with Spanish, and traditional Latin rhythms with pop, funk, and blues.

TROPICAL RHYTHMS
WITH A MODERN TWIST

LATIN RHYTHMS

From The Queen City

UltimaNota - A 7-piece Latin band that delivers a blend of tropical rhythms with a modern twist. Founded in 2009 in Charlotte, the group’s members hail from Venezuela, Mexico, El Salvador and Dominican Republic. UltimaNota fuses new with old, English with Spanish, and traditional Latin rhythms with pop, funk, and blues.

Upcoming Shows

Jamming in a location near you!

AUG. 21

  • Midwood International Center
  • Charlotte, NC

SEP. 25

  • Snug Harbor
  • Charlotte, NC

OCT. 01

  • Huntersville Latino Night
  • Huntersville, NC

OCT. 10

  • Latin American Festival
  • Charlotte, SC

OCT. 16

  • Camp North End
  • Charlotte,NC

AUG. 21

  • Midwood International CenterCharlotte, NC

SEP. 25

  • Snug HarborCharlotte, NC

OCT. 02

  • Huntersville Latino NightHuntersville, NC

OCT. 10

  • Latin American FestivalCharleston, SC

OCT. 16

  • Camp North EndCharlotte,NC

LATEST VIDEO

"Esperanza"

Their latest single “Esperanza” released in 2020 pays tribute to the Afro-Latinx community and Black Lives Matter movement; the song featured guest musicians Christian Anzola (aka Mista Reggaeman) from Bakalao Stars and Helder Serralde from Orquesta Mayor, “Esperanza” aims to provide a glimpse into the life of a Black Latina in America and the hope she must cling to every day in order to survive

LATEST VIDEO

"Esperanza"

Their latest single “Esperanza” released in 2020 pays tribute to the Afro-Latinx community and Black Lives Matter movement; the song featured guest musicians Christian Anzola (aka Mista Reggaeman) from Bakalao Stars and Helder Serralde from Orquesta Mayor, “Esperanza” aims to provide a glimpse into the life of a Black Latina in America and the hope she must cling to every day in order to survive

REPERTORY

With a repertory of a broad range of musical styles from Buena Vista Social Club to Bob Marley to Hector Lavoe, UltimaNota is known for creating covers with a uniquely characteristic twist.

UltimaNota can adapt to all of your entertainment needs – from soft and mellow cocktail music at a formal gala to a high-energy dance set at a major festival. We have experience working with non-profit groups, educational institutions, corporations, and private individuals and promise to make your next event unforgettable.

REVIEWS

"Tony's band is top notch, professional, and I highly recommend them to anyone. If you are looking for a Latin band that can play different styles of music, don't look further, UltimaNota is a perfect choice."

Tom Price

Thank you so much to UltimaNota to make our wedding so special, everybody is talking about how AMAZING was the band; I LOVED the cocktail hour and La Hora Loca!

Mariangel Rodriguez

"OMG guys I cannot thank you enough for the amazing time we had at the wedding, making my sister and brother in law enjoy soooo much all night! and all thanks to you! You guys are incredibly talented! Keep up the good work! Tony Arreaza - UltimaNota"

Lissette Kron

"Tony, gracias por todo ayer, estuvieron geniales y nos dieron una noche de familia y celebracion unica. Nos hicieron un gran regalo al tocar como lo hicieron y animar la celebracion como solo ustedes pudieron hacerlo. Que Dios los bendiga y nos vemos es nuestro retorno!"

Manuel Castro

"I want to personally thank you for your performance at the Latino Business Leaders Holiday Party. It was everything we were looking for lively, upbeat, versatile and fun. I had a ton of wonderful comments from people as they were leaving at the end of the gala. I won't hesitate to recommend the UltimaNota Band to my fellow colleagues, and everyone at FUSION Latino Marketing Solutions thank you and wishes you all the best."

Ron Stamey o WNC Agricultural Center