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Colibrí presents ¡Viva la Tradición!

Date
Mar 28, 2021 @ 12:00 AM
Cost
Free
Organizer’s Site
theford.com/about/watch-and-listen/from-the-ford-colibri-presents-viva-la-tradicion
Council District
City Council District 4
Event Series Dates
Ongoing
!Viva la Tradición! concerts are always a highlight of The Ford’s seasons, with incredible mariachi groups showing off the range and power of traditional Mexican music. Join us as we look back at three amazing concerts for Hispanic Heritage Month, with performances by Las Colibrí­, Mariachi Ángeles de Pepe Martinez Jr., Steven Sandoval, Marisa Ronstadt, Ballet Folklórico Ollín, and more!

Location

Digital Festival at The Ford Amphitheatre
Los Angeles, CA United States
Phone:
323.461.3673

Organizer

Ford Amphitheatre
Phone:
323.461.3673
Website:
fordtheatres.org

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