Coinciding with SA’s Veterans Day Parade, Main Plaza Conservancy’s 5th Annual Latino Music Festival gathers a wide-range of performers for a live music marathon encompassing flamenco, conjunto, Latin fusion, and rock en español. After a set by Flamenco Suspiro with Randy Cordero (12:30-1:30pm), the fest kicks into high gear with five-time Grammy-winning accordion hero Flaco Jiménez y Su Conjunto (3:30-4:45pm) followed by world/new-age harpist Juan Cabrera (5:45-7pm), SA’s barrio big band Bombasta (7:45-8:40pm), gypsy-tinged roots rocker Patricia Vonne (pictured above, 9-10pm), and Grammy-winning Latin rocker Chris Pérez (10:30-11:45pm). During the breaks, check out the fire-spinning Brothers of the Flame and the drummers and dancers of URBAN-15. Free (concessions including beer, wine, and aguas frescas available onsite, outside alcohol and coolers prohibited); noon - midnight Sat, Nov 10; Main Plaza, 115 N Main, mainplaza.org. Check out our full online calendar of upcoming events here: calendar.sacurrent.com.
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