Sun, August 18, 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
| Monteith Park

Michael Haggins Group combines jazz and R&B to generate a smooth funk sound. The group plays original music and cover tunes of songs by Stevie Wonder, Anita Baker, Sade and R&B classics from the '70s and '80s. The group has performed at the Playboy Jazz Festival, the legendary Spaghettini Grill & Jazz Club in Seal Beach, and many other Southern California events and festivals, such as those presented by 94.7 The Wave and KJLH radio station. Michael is a successful contemporary bass player and songwriter from Pasadena with major music placements of his original songs. Credits include the movie soundtracks for Hall Pass and The First Time, as well as NBC’s Community, ABC’s Happy Endings, FOX’s Raising Hope and New Girl, HBO’s Ray Donovan, MSNBC's Morning Show Wake Up With AL,The Weather Channel and KTLA-TV Morning News Show.

Sat, August 17, 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
| Ladera Park

Michael Haggins Group combines jazz and R&B to generate a smooth funk sound. The group plays original music and cover tunes of songs by Stevie Wonder, Anita Baker, Sade and R&B classics from the '70s and '80s. The group has performed at the Playboy Jazz Festival, the legendary Spaghettini Grill & Jazz Club in Seal Beach, and many other Southern California events and festivals, such as those presented by 94.7 The Wave and KJLH radio station. Michael is a successful contemporary bass player and songwriter from Pasadena with major music placements of his original songs. Credits include the movie soundtracks for Hall Pass and The First Time, as well as NBC’s Community, ABC’s Happy Endings, FOX’s Raising Hope and New Girl, HBO’s Ray Donovan, MSNBC's Morning Show Wake Up With AL,The Weather Channel and KTLA-TV Morning News Show.

Sat, August 17, 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM
| Quartz Hill Library

Upstream started in the Twin Islands of Trinidad and Tobago and have been performing in the U.S. for over 20 years. Their talent, creativity and vision are astounding! The band plays an indescribably fascinating blend of reggae, calypso, soca and steelpan music! Each of the musicians bring various seasonings to the pot!

Sat, August 17, 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
| Wilson Park Amphitheatre

Grammy® nominees Lisa Haley & the Zydekats are the world's most beloved Americana/Cajun/Zydeco band. Lisa’s family-friendly original tunes and Louisiana, French Celtic, R&B and jazz rhythms represented modern Zydeco for the U.S. Arts Program inSir George Martin’s film, Rhythm of Life, and the group has played festivals in over 20 countries This fourth-generation fiddler, dancer and three-octave vocalist makes audiences laugh, cry and--above all--dance!

Sat, August 17, 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM
| Artesia Library

The Filipino American Symphony Orchestra (FASO) is an artistic group committed to the enrichment of Filipino culture through orchestra. FASO is the first and only musical ensemble in California with the capacity to perform Filipino symphony music. Based in Los Angeles, the 75-member FASO was formed in 2008 under the masterful baton of Conductor and Musical Director, Maestro Robert Shroder.

Sat, August 17, 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM
| Pomona Civic Center Plaza

The acclaimed Los-Angeles-based Incendio performs original “world guitar” compositions, featuring incredible guitar musicianship across a variety of genres, including Latin, Middle Eastern, and celtic grooves. Formed in 1999, the group has ten albums and two DVD’s (available internationally), many of which have hit the Billboard, CMJ, NAV, and Amazon charts. Averaging over 150 shows per year since 2000, Incendio’s live performance is an explosive improvisatory guitar journey, garnering tremendous audience response in diverse venues such as the National Gallery of Art, Reston Town Center, Strawberry Music Festival in Yosemite, the Sundance Film Festival, National Gallery of Art in Washington DC, California World Festival, the Beishan World Music Festival in China, and the national Levitt Pavilions. Their ninth full international release, the recent Christmas-themed O Night Divine, came out in December 2015. Their previous release, 2013’s The Shape of Dreams, stayed on the Amazon flamenco and world charts for the remainder of that year. Incindio has reached over 95 million spins on Pandora alone, and can be heard on terrestrial radio as well as many other streaming services. The group plans to release a new album in Spring 2019.

Tue, August 13, 5:00 PM to 5:45 PM
| Bell Library

Grammy award winner, Rosalie Elena Rodriguez, is no stranger to the blending of Latin American roots and rhythms. A Mexican-American, Puerto Rican-native of California and a 3rd generation Mariachi musician, she is uniquely gifted with a sultry style that blends tropical, afro-peruvian, jazz and mariachi flavors. Her first solo album, Frente a Frente, opens the door to the intimacy of love, loss and pain while seamlessly fusing traditional Cuban and Mexican bolero with the Afro-rooted Peruvian sounds of the Cajon.

Sun, August 11, 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
| Barnes Park Amphitheater

Adelaide is a Top 40 band that can play Latin Top 40, English Top 40, or a mix of both. Their music includes songs from artists such as Selena, Maná, Bruno Mars, Justin Timberlake, Donna Summers, Journey, Gloria Estefan, and more. Adelaide also performs two tribute shows. The first is a tribute to Selena—an hour-long show featuring Selena’s hits (along with costumes). The second is Latin Ladies Live: a Ttribute to Shakira, JLo, Gloria Estefan, Celia Cruz, and Selena. Latin Ladies Live is a 90 minute show along with costume changes. Adelaide aslo perform as Adelaide Tropic—a salsa band that plays classic hits from artists like Tito Puente and Celia Cruz as well as modern hits from today’s Latin artists.

Sat, August 10, 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM
| Montebello Library

Carolina Hoyos is a first generation Peruvian Quechua-Inca Afro-Latina. She splits her time between acting/writing/directing for stage and film and releasing records as singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist A Girl I Know. She also sings as Antonella in Nicolas Winding Refyn’s Amazon series Too Old To Die Young and has shared the stage with Eddie Van Halen, Ryan Adams, and Guns N’ Roses. Her latest EP (The Lost Tapes) was released in 2016. Her first Spanish language release will include translations of her two EP releases as a full-length album in 2019. A classical pianist since the age of two, Carolina performs soul, jazz, and pop with a 60's girl-group influence. As a multi-instrumentalist, no two A Girl I Know shows are ever the same. A fan of choose-your-own-adventure-stories, Carolina gives her fans a chance to vote for these variables on her social media outlets leading up to each performance.

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