The 3rd Annual L.A. Salsa Music Festival at The Greek Theatre
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The last date listed for The 3rd Annual L.A. Salsa Music Festival was Saturday August 22, 2009 / 7:00pm.
Currently at Greek Theatre:
- Full Price:
- $35.00 - $85.00
- Our Price:
- $17.50 - $65.00
Never mind it's Saturday, school is in session -- old school, that is -- as some of the greatest acts in funk, R&B and soul reunite for Old School Saturday Night at the Greek Theatre. Between them, these six acts have amassed a stack of gold and platinum records, several No. 1 hits and a Grammy. Let the memories come flooding back as you hear Morris Day and the Time ("Jungle Love," "The Bird"), Lakeside ("Fantastic Voyage"), Ready for the World ("Oh Sheila"), Alexander O'Neal ("Saturday Love"), Taste of Honey ("Boogie Oogie Oogie") and Yarbrough and Peoples ("Don't Stop The Music") perform live during this concert under the stars. Learn More
It is cheaper to reserve parking online previous to the concert date than to utilize the dine and ride option.Pat Metheny Unity Group & Bruce Hornsby With Sonny Emory dining • Jul 21 2014 star this tip starred
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Seats were great and the music was excellent. El Gran Combo was especially amazing with such crisp, tight music and the crowd singing and dancing to most songs. This classic band impressed more than the heavily produced Willie Chirino, but every...continued
Scheduled to Perform:
Direct from Puerto Rico:
El Gran Combo
Since their founding in 1962, El Gran Combo have gone on to become Puerto Rico’s most successful musical group and one of the most famous salsa music outfits in all of Latin America, serving as the launching pad for many of the genre’s best-known singers.
Direct from Miami:
Willy Chirino & His Orchestra
The Grammy-winning, Cuban-born Chirino has released over 20 albums in his 35-year career.
Direct from NYC:
Latin Legends Of Fania Records
The well-known New York salsa-music label of the 1960s and ’70s is saluted in a performance featuring Yomo Toro, Ismael Miranda, Junior Gonzalez, Alfredo De La Fe and Musical Director Isidro Infante.