Rock en Español nine-piece Panteón Rococó is largely considered a ska band, but once you listen to some of its more current output, you wonder if it’s less a ska band and more a large act with an energetic rhythm section and a brass section. For sure, there’s plenty of Jamaica in most of the band’s party jams and political rockers, a large part of the Panteón discography since 1997. But the music also leans heavy on various contemporary Latin music styles, especially cumbia and salsa — to say nothing of its punk edge. This is one band that really does transcend labels. 8 p.m.; Azul Tequila, 111 N. 7th St., 732-0010, $35.