Thursday, March 23
Approximate Run-time: 55 min
The self-described “immigrant children” of Las Cafeteras remix roots music and tell modern day stories with what the LA Times calls a “uniquely Angeleno mishmash of punk, hip-hop, beat music, cumbia, and rock.” The band has stormed the music world with its international instrumentation, crossing genres and musical borders with their infectious live performances.
These magnetic Afro-Mexican storytellers from East L.A. blend deeply emotional lyrics with a socially conscious message that’s inspired by the communities in which they live.
Local musicians, Alma Andina, will be the opening act and we encourage everyone to join us on the dance floor!
Thursday, March 23, 2017
6:30 PM | Target Atrium
Arrive early to hear MC, Producer, Poet, and Educator SEE MORE PERSPECTIVE and one of Ordway’s Community Advisors, Lupe Castillo, discuss social identity and how it informs the choices we make as artists and as people.
Thursday, Mar 23, 2017
Post-show | Target Atrium
Stick around following the performance for a post-show mingle in the Target Atrium with the Las Cafeteras artists, including cash bar!