It is hard to imagine a time in the United States when Mariachi music was close to non-existent. "Viva La Tradicion" is dedicated to the history of Mariachi in Los Angeles through the eyes of Nati Cano. It's a musical account of how that tradition came from Mexico to Los Angeles and how it gained tremendous popularity through the evolution and advancement of Mariachi Los Camperos over 50 years.
The evening displays Nati Cano's beginnings in Mexico through his establishment of L.A.'s La Fonda Restaurant, collaboration with Linda Ronstadt and massively popular touring show Fiesta Navidad.
Special guest performers Folklore Pasion Mexicana, Mariachi Tesoro de San Fernando and, of course, Los Camperos, portray the life of this charismatic musician.
Sponsored by: Colibri Entertainment
Saturday, September 15, 2012
8:00PM to 11:00PM
The John Anson Ford Theatre 2580 Cahuenga Blvd. East Hollywood, CA 90068
Ages: All Ages Price: Ticket prices start at $35-$55/ $75 VIP Seating Discount: $28-$44 for full-time students with ID and children 12 and under Tickets website