Thu, August 1, 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
| Roosevelt Park

Directed and founded by trumpet player Cindy Shea in 1999, under the musical direction of Grammy® Award- winning Alberto "Beto" Jimenez Maeda, the Mariachi Divas have made big waves on the national and international music scene. A two-time Grammy® Award winner, with five Grammy® nominations and two Latin Grammy® nominations, the Mariachi Divas are a multicultural all-female ensemble imbued with the true flavor of Los Angeles. In addition, the Mariachi Divas have been performing regularly at Disneyland Resort since 2003. All together, the Divas discography includes 10 albums released through Shea Records and East Side Records. This year marks the 15th anniversary of the founding of the Mariachi Divas de Cindy Shea. Their music can be found on iTunes.

Thu, August 1, 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
| Belvedere Community Regional Park

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.

Thu, August 1, 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
| Montebello City Park

The Susie Hansen Band plays Afro-Cuban Latin jazz and salsa with Susie Hansen on electric jazz violin and vocals. Her band has three lead vocalists, a dynamic Latin rhythm section and a horn section of tenor sax/flute, trombone and trumpet. They play great danceable salsa, cumbia, merengue, Latin jazz, mambo, cha cha cha, charanga, bolero, samba and more. They're a well-known and popular group in Southern California, playing 150 events per year since 1990. As Susie likes to say, “We aim for the feet!” They keep the dance floor full!

Wed, July 31, 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM
| Sunkist Library

Written in both Spanish and English, Nancy Sanchez and her musical group perform her songs in a variety of styles for any occasion, from singer-songwriter, jazz standards and originals, mariachi, regional Mexican, pop, bossa nova and more. Nancy has the ability to create both a powerful festival sound and a warm sound more appropriate for intimate gatherings. Her musical group includes both electric and acoustic instruments.

Wed, July 31, 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
| La Puente park

Louie Cruz Beltran performs a mix of Latin, jazz, salsa, pop, original, and R&B influenced music. Louie is a band leader, not just a frontman on congas. He sets the repertoire and drives the performance, but he is also renowned for keeping audiences entertained and on the dance floor through his mix of humor, soaring vocals, and superb musicianship. From Latin jazz and cumbia to R&B classics, the common denominators of this versatile entertainer’s varied repetoire are dynamic percussion and solid showmanship.

Wed, July 31, 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
| Tony Arceo Memorial Park

Louie Cruz Beltran performs a mix of Latin, jazz, salsa, pop, original, and R&B influenced music. Louie is a band leader, not just a frontman on congas. He sets the repertoire and drives the performance, but he is also renowned for keeping audiences entertained and on the dance floor through his mix of humor, soaring vocals, and superb musicianship. From Latin jazz and cumbia to R&B classics, the common denominators of this versatile entertainer’s varied repetoire are dynamic percussion and solid showmanship.

Sat, July 27, 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM
| San Gabriel Library

Sgt. Peppers is a Beatles tribute band that performs everyone’s favorite Beatles songs. Beatles fans will have nostalgia as the band performs dressed up in the Ed Sullivan Show black suits, the Sgt. Peppers outfits and Abbey Road clothing. Sgt. Peppers employs the same vintage instruments and amplifiers used by the Beatles to replicate what a Beatles performance would have sounded like live.

Sat, July 27, 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM
| La Crescenta Library

Bringing the party to community concerts and celebrations of all varieties, Maria De la Vega and the Wayward Five add elegance, festivity, and sultry charm to every occasion. Fronted by dynamic female jazz vocalist Maria de la Vega and carried by a cast of professional musicians with decades of experience, Maria De la Vega and the Wayward Five is an unforgettable jazz and blues experience for every listener. They specialize in blending their unique flavors with the classic music of the Golden Era, including intermingled notes of Latin and straight jazz. The Wayward Five’s repetoire includes classic tunes by Ella Fitzgerald, Chet Baker, and many other jazz greats as well as a growing repertoire of jazz originals. Their music appeals to jazz and blues enthusiasts as well as the casual listener alike. Their long-awaited debut album (Here's to Life) was released in 2018.

Sat, July 27, 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
| Steinmetz Park

Covering everyone from Billy Joel and Elton John to Ray Charles and Jerry Lee Lewis, the Kings of 88 are a tribute band to the legends of piano rock. Unlike other tribute acts who perform works from one specific artist, these four professional musicians present iconic classics of the genre as a whole, in addition to contemporary artists who are continuing the piano rock tradition.

Sat, July 27, 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM
| LACMA

With her lush, scintillating and swinging vocals steeped in the rhythms and traditions of Brazil and Latin America, vocalist Carol Bach-y-Rita beautifully interprets the best of the American songbook as well as original compositions and Brazilian music. Incorporating samba into each performance, Carol provides a warm, effervescent and gorgeous musical experience.

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