- $40 for one G-Pass for seating in section 106 or 109 (up to $53.70 value)
- $55 for one G-Pass for seating in sections 103–105, 107, 108, or 110–112 (up to $70.95 value)
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The Bay Area Latino Festival
- Los Tigres Del Norte: Since 1968 this norteño family band has amassed six Grammys and six Latin Grammys, sold more than 30 million albums, and earned the number 15 spot on Billboard’s “30 Most Influential Latin Artists of All Time” list.
- Ozomatli: These three-time Grammy-winners have, at the State Department’s request, brought their frenetic, hip-shaking blend of rock, hip-hop, salsa, and cumbia to cities across the world. Recently, the band also broke the musical barrier at TEDxSF by giving the conference’s first musical talk and really, really impressing Ted.
- Los Angeles Azules: The hitmakers behind 1996’s “Cómo Te Voy a Olvidar” have spent nearly four decades crafting onda grupera and cumbia, earning a Grammy nomination along the way.
- Trio Ellas: This all-woman band folds jazz, country, and other genres into their mariachi music. They’ve also expanded their audience by performing alongside Lady Gaga.
- Grupo Fantasma: Nine-piece orchestrations from this high-energy, Grammy-winning Latin funk orchestra have been heard at Bonnaroo and the Montreal Jazz Festival, on Weeds, and alongside artists such as Prince, GZA, and Spoon.
- Los Rakas: This bilingual hip-hop duo weaves reggaetón and dancehall into their energy-pumping tracks.
- Tierra: Formed in the late ’70s, this Billboard-topping R&B band dominated in the ’80s, earning a hit for their cover of The Intruders’ “Together.”