Special Guests

Special Guests


This year Sabor a Cabo will have the honor of having as special guests Paul Stanley and Gene Simmons from the world renowned Kiss group that have been invited by Rock & Brews restaurant. On the 6th of December they will receive the keys of the city by the Mayor of Los Cabos.

Paul and Gene will be attending the event as special guests but watch out they might decide to play a few of their famous songs inspired by the magic of the night, the creations of the chefs and warmth of the people attending the event.

We will also have the honour to have celebrity Alejandro Gonzales the drummer of Mana Band one of the most famous Mexican bands




Four decades after beginning its exemplary journey as one of the leading rock ‘n’ roll bands in the world, KISS continues to make waves with one of the loudest, most over-the-top, non-stop parties at The Joint. Designed exclusively for The Joint in partnership with AEG Live, the chart-topping band will unleash its signature elaborate set designs, jam-packed set list, intense pyrotechnics and much more for nine of the biggest shows in KISS performance history.


Alejandro Gonzalez

Alejandro Gonzalez

Alejandro González Trujillo (born February 24, 1969, Miami, Florida, United States), better known as Alex González, is an American musician of Cuban and Colombian origin. He is a member, drummer and songwriter for the Mexican band Maná and metal band De La Tierra. He is nicknamed “El Animal” and also sings lead vocals for many songs, including the single “Me Vale”. Alex discovered his passion for playing drums when he was only five years old. At such an early age he caught the attention of his kindergarten teacher who gave him a red sparkle drumkit.[1] He took to the instrument very seriously and found himself a teacher by age five.

Mike Ritz

Mike “The Griz” Ritz is a classic. His love of fishing began when he was four years old fishing with his father in Montana. He has continued that tradition fishing with his son Charles since Charles was two years old. Read More >>