Conjunto Primavera will celebrate its 30th anniversary as a group by playing the first regional Mexican show at AEG's newly-inaugurated Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles. The concert at the 7,100-seat venue, located within the L.A. Live complex, is set for Feb. 22.

The romantic norteño group, founded by musical director and sax player in Juan Dominguez in March 1978, has scored 15 No. 1 songs on Billboard's regional Mexican airplay chart, more than any other act in the genre. The group is a consistent top 10 seller on the Latin albums charts, with three No. 1 albums.

Conjunto Primavera is set to release a new studio album on Fonovisa Records early next year.