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Las Cafeteras + Orkesta Mendoza at The Norton Center For The Arts

Where

The Norton Center For The Arts
600 West Walnut Street
Danville, KY

When

Wed, February 21, 2018
7:30 pm

Add to Calendar 2018-02-21 7:30 pm 2018-02-21 Las Cafeteras + Orkesta Mendoza at The Norton Center For The Arts The New Golden Age of Latin Music is being forged right here in the US with Mexican-American communities emerging as hotbeds of musical creativity, blending upbeat styles that reflect shared cultural identities. Orkesta Mendoza and Las Cafeteras are two of today’s most exciting groups forging inspired new paths for Latin and Latin-American music. The infectious indie-mambo band Orkesta Mendoza mix a multitude of Latin styles like cumbia, merengue, and ranchera through a funky mambo and post-punk prism, creating a truly one-of-a-kind sound. Alternative Chicano band Las Cafeteras recreate traditional Afro-Caribbean Son Jarocho music in a wildly vibrant style. Their rousing socially-conscious messages, in English and Spanglish, tell stories of a community that is looking for love and fighting for justice, and have audiences dancing in their seats. The Norton Center For The Arts, 600 West Walnut Street false MM/DD/YYYY

Tickets

$15-38

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The New Golden Age of Latin Music is being forged right here in the US with Mexican-American communities emerging as hotbeds of musical creativity, blending upbeat styles that reflect shared cultural identities. Orkesta Mendoza and Las Cafeteras are two of today’s most exciting groups forging inspired new paths for Latin and Latin-American music. The infectious indie-mambo band Orkesta Mendoza mix a multitude of Latin styles like cumbia, merengue, and ranchera through a funky mambo and post-punk prism, creating a truly one-of-a-kind sound. Alternative Chicano band Las Cafeteras recreate traditional Afro-Caribbean Son Jarocho music in a wildly vibrant style...

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