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Illya Kuryaki and The Valderramas performing live as part of the Léa-LA concert series presented by Fundación Universidad de Guadalajara E.U.A. y Cultura UDG

A series of concerts will take place at the Nokia Theatre as part of the events for the second edition of The Spanish Book Fair Of Los Angeles Lea-LA.com; a project that aims to promote reading and books in spanish. 

Gloria Trevi (11 de Mayo, 8:00 p.m.)

Singer, actress and songwriter, who with her versatility and energy on stage, will bring you an unforgettable night.
Los Tigres de Norte: (12 Mayo, 8:00 p.m.)
Group consisting of musical director, lead vocalist and accordionist Jorge Hernández, along with his brothers Hernán, Eduardo and cousin Oscar Lara.

Named “Jefes de jefes” , the godfathers of the Norteño genre have towered in the realm of Latin music, taking the polka rooted Norteño sound and mixing it with true tales of social injustices and current events.

A career spanning more than three decades, millions of records sold, and extensive concert tours throughout the United States, Mexico, Latin America, Europe and Asia, has made Los Tigres Del Norte international
legends.

Calle 13 e Illya Kuryaki and The Valderramas: (13 Mayo 7:00 p.m.)

From Puerto Rico comes CALLE 13 led by René Pérez Joglar also known as “Residente”, and his stepbrother Eduardo Cabra,  “Visitante”; with rhythms from different parts of the world and an eclectic musical style, they come to share their satirical lyrics and strong social statements about Latin-America.

And from Argentina comes Illya Kuryaki and the Valderramas, duo composed of Dante Spinetta and Emmanuel Horvilleur. They are one of the most important exponents of the Funk and hip-hop genre of their country. Their work has the distinctiveness of constant change in musical style.

Tickets on sale today, March 16th. For more information visit:

www.nokiatheatrelalive.com

 

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