Grammy-winning American-Chicano rock band headlines music festival featuring fellow Latin-rock legends Malo and folkloric dancers
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$20 for one ticket to Fiestaval starring Los Lobos (up to $40.37 value)
When: Sunday, September 21, at 3 p.m.
Where: Cesar Chavez Plaza Park
General admission; blankets and chairs allowed
Door time: 3 p.m.; music at 4 p.m.
Ticket values include all fees
Los Lobos: since 1973, these legends have redefined Latin music with their barrier-breaking hybrid of traditional cumbia, Tex-Mex, soul, blues, and old-fashioned rock ‘n’ roll, leading to multiple Grammys and an international hit with their take on “La Bamba”
Malo: celebrating their 43rd anniversary, this legendary Latin-rock band—that once featured Carlos Santana’s brother Jorge—made waves with the 1972 Top 20 hit “Suavecito,” which some have called the Chicano National Anthem
The Rhythm Vandals: saluting decades of Santana, from “Black Magic Woman” to “Smooth,” this accomplished tribute act has headlined the Sacramento Music Festival and opened for War
Mariachi Los Gallos: with a fleet of horns, guitars, violins, and soaring harmonies, this troupe of professional mariachis has treated crowds to boisterous traditional sounds since 1993
Folklorico Calli Dance Academy: decked out in vibrant colors and more vibrant smiles, this young dance troupe excites as they sway, stomp, and swish through a set of timeless Mexican folkloric dances