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View the full Photo Gallery here Musicians, sponsors and friends enjoyed a day and night classic Hollywood-themed fun at the Music Fund of Los Angeles 18th annual golf tournament at Pasadena’s Brookside course on Oct. 28, 2019. It was a beautiful Southern California day for golf, and attendees to our “Hooray for Hollywood” event … Continue Reading »
Chino Espinoza leads a big band that revisits classic salsa tracks along with hard salsa and cha cha cha, enlivening the songs with Los Angeles-style breaks and arrangements. -Food from La Huesuda Tacos and beverages will be available for sale.
This high energy band takes Latin musical traditions to modern heights, playing Cuban guaguanco, yambu, salsa, cumbia, son, and cha cha cha. -Food from Tirsa’s Mexican Café and beverages will be available for sale.
With just three years on the scene, this West Coast nine-piece salsa group, under the musical direction of Gabriel Gonzalez, is committed to the preservation and expression of Afro-Son. -Food from Tirsa’s Mexican Café and beverages will be available for sale.
Grupo Invasión Latina is a high-energy band founded in 2007 that plays cumbia, merengue, bachata and salsa. -Food from Soltero Catering and beverages will be available for sale.
Ricardo Lemvo is a musical pioneer with his innovative blend of Afro-Cuban rhythms with Pan-African styles (soukous, Angolan semba and kizomba), embodying the Afro-Latin Diaspora and connecting back to Mother Africa via the Cuban clave rhythm. -Food from Soltero Catering and beverages will be available for sale.
Sponsored by Music Fund of Los Angeles, Pacific Federal, LLC, Teamsters Local 986 and Teamsters Local 396 charities, the performances offer Angelenos an evening to enjoy incredible culture and music under the stars! Dance to the sounds of L.A.’s most renowned salsa bands at a free summer concerts hosted by LA Plaza De Cultura Y Artes (LA Plaza) on the … Continue Reading »
California musicians suffering from the wildfires, or otherwise in need of emergency disaster assistance, may apply for aid from the Music Fund of Los Angeles here. To learn about additional community resources, or how you can donate to the Entertainment Industry Fund’s fire relief program, click here.