CDs, bras and shoes went flying at the stage Saturday night at the Los Angeles installment of "Billboard en Concierto," the nationwide Latin concert series leading up to the Billboard Latin Music Awards.

Regional Mexican stars El Compa Chuy and Los Dareyes de la Sierra took the stage at the Wiltern Theater for the show, presented by State Farm in association with Corona Extra and Western Union. Ritz Crackers also sponsored the event, produced by Cardenas Marketing Network.

Banda act Los Dareyes de la Sierra headlined the show with a set that lasted for an over an hour. Frontman Jose Darey Castro charmed the audience by dancing provocatively with his microphone stand, showing off the rip in the seat of his jeans and jamming on his accordion. He frequently descended into the crowd to take requests, pose for pictures and sign autographs as he performed such hits as "Sufre," "Hasta El Dia de Hoy," and several narcocorridos.

At one point, a city government representative went onstage to present the singer with a certificate from Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa in Darey's honor.

The inaugural "Billboard en Concierto" series hit Miami, Chicago, Houston and New York before its last stop in L.A. The series featured finalists for the Billboard Latin Music Awards, presented by State Farm live from Puerto Rico on Telemundo April 29. The awards cap off the Billboard Latin Music Conference, taking place April 26-29 at the Conrad San Juan Condado Plaza in San Juan Puerto Rico. For more information and to register, visit www.billboardlatinconference.com.