Councilman Gil Cedillo’s 1st Annual Los Angeles Latin Jazz/Music Festival

By EGP News


Saturday & Sunday Aug. 23 & 24th

11am-6pm—Councilman Gil Cedillo’s 1st Annual Los Angeles Latin Jazz/Music Festival at Sycamore Grove Park in Northeast L.A through Aug. 24. Enjoy live Latin jazz with performances by the great Poncho Sanchez, Chicano Batman, The Banda Brothers, Lucky 7 Mambo, Andy Vargas the Souleros, Cold Duck, Son Mayor and many others. Sponsors include EGP, Union Bank, K-Jazz 88.1 FM, LA Metro and El Centro Del Pueblo. Sycamore Grove Park is located at 4702 N. Figueroa St., LA 90042.

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August 21, 2014  Copyright © 2012 Eastern Group Publications, Inc.


4 Responses to “Councilman Gil Cedillo’s 1st Annual Los Angeles Latin Jazz/Music Festival”

  1. art limon on August 23rd, 2014 8:25 am

    Kudos to City Councilman Gil Cedillo for organizing such an awesome line up of L A’s Latino musicians. What a great way to spend the weekend with family n friends. The start of an annual family tradition.
    Spread the word, Sycamore Grove Park is gonna be swinging!!! Free fun n entertainment.

  2. Troy Evans on August 23rd, 2014 6:07 pm

    Thankyou. what a wonderful use of the park. We live directly across Fig and have enjoyed the day very much.

  3. Rose Kimble on August 24th, 2014 2:32 pm

    Please let me know when the next Latin Jazz Festival will be. I completely missed the announcement about this one, and someone just told me today, the last day, and too late for me to attend.

  4. Richard Padilla on August 26th, 2014 3:57 pm

    Thank you and the people envolved in this festival. I went Saturday and I had to come back Sunday with a friend. People just had a good time with top of the line music, good food and friends. You pulled it off, thank you and yours for your hard work. It was alot of fun,but more than that, people were together enjoying community and life.

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