|Sunday Mar 30, 2014 2:00 PM - Sunday Mar 30, 2014 4:00 PM | $20.00 - $25.00
VIVA el Mariachi Femenil! SAN DIEGO - Mariachi Flor de Toloache & Dinorah Curkendall
Please Note:Wine Reception is Cancelled but performers will greet after concert. Due to a large event at Liberty Station, we suggest you park in the lot on the corner of Roosevelt and Truxton, enter off Roosevelt or Truxton.
Celebrate Women's History Month with Mariachi Flor de Toloache, New York's first, and only, all female mariachi ensemble, as they make their West Coast debut in San Diego, Sunday March 30 at 2:00pm at the historic North Chapel in Liberty Station.
Named for the magical Toloache flower used as a love potion in Mexico, the ensemble casts their spell with an exhilarating brand of mariachi that attracts not only traditional fans, but has captivated audiences in venues ranging from jazz's legendary Blue Note to the distinguished Kennedy Center.
Chosen by NPR's Alt.Latino listeners as among the Best Music of 2013, Flor de Toloache's style has a universal appeal, inspired by the diverse backgrounds of the nine-member ensemble. The group, while performing traditional Mexican mariachi music, seamlessly incorporates elements of jazz, salsa, bachata, cumbia and Afro beats for a unique and delightful sound.
Opening the concert will be special guest and vocalist Dinorah Curkendall, founder of the all-female Mariachi Las Alondras - which later became the Latin Grammy Award winning Mariachi Divas. A versatile performer, Dinorah has brought her beautiful voice and guitar to collaborations with artists ranging from Mariachi Vargas and Mariachi Sol de Mexico, to Patti LaBelle and Stevie Wonder.
A surprise addition to the program is the world premier of San Diego's very own all-female mariachi, Mariachi Flor de San Diego!
Tickets for this rare concert are very limited, so buy now by clicking the Get Tickets link above or by calling 800-838-3006.
The Historic North Chapel - Liberty Station
2881 Roosevelt Road
San Diego, CA 92106
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|