- Starting Apr 1 2021April 1 - 30Stream on demand
|Classroom of 25 or fewer attendees||$20|
|Classroom of 26 or more attendees||$40|
|4 or more classrooms||$150|
Uniquely Angeleno mishmash of punk, hip-hop, beat music, cumbia and rock… live, they’re magnetic.
Las Cafeteras combines the vibrant energy of Son Jarocho music with an edgy LA sound. Their pounding Afro-Mexican rhythms, stomping zapateado dancing and uplifting verses tell stories of everyday people fighting for justice and respect. A re-mix of traditional music styles, Las Cafeteras adds Afro-Carribean marimbol, spoken word, lyrics in English and Spanglish, to Jarocho instruments like jarana and requinto guitars, donkey jaw-bone and the tarima (stomp box).
For Las Cafeteras, it is essential to use music as a way to build bridges among the different cultures and communities that historically have had tension. Through music, they are trying to help build “a world where many worlds fit.”