Mexico in Seattle: Music & Dance Celebration
Town Hall, in partnership with El Centro de la Raza and KBCS 91.3 FM, celebrates the Mexican American experience in the United States through music, dance and song. Featured artists include Son de Madera from Vera Cruz, Mexico in their Pacific Northwest debut. This scintillating five member ensemble is considered among Mexico's finest exponents of Son Jarocho, the traditional song style, flavored with percussive dance, native to the state of Vera Cruz blending Spanish, African, and Indian influences; Los Texmaniacs, from San Antonio, Texas, the hot conjunto playing rollicking Tejano dance music, rock and roll favorites with a Mexican American lilt, with all flavored by a little rhythm and blues; Bailadores de Bronce, Seattle's outstanding Mexican folk dance ensemble performing regional dances with both groups; plus special guests to be announced. There'll be a dance floor in front of the Great Hall stage for audience members to kick up their heels. Presented in collaboration with El Centro de la Raza, Casa Latina, and the Rainier Valley Cultural Center.
Town Hall Seattle
1119 8th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98144
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|
||Are there tickets available at the door? If so, how much are they and when can we buy them?|
||Tickets will be available at Town Hall for this event, starting at 7pm and they will be $25 General, $22 Senior/Student.|
||At what does Son de Madera play?
Can I bring my two year old and if so do I have to pay for him?|
||Son De Madera is a group consisting of a variety of stringed instruments.
I don't have any information about bringing young children. Try calling the info line at 206-652-4255.|