Join us in celebrating San Pedro's Dia de Los Muertos Festival presented by the San Pedro Historic Waterfront Business Improvement District!
On Sunday, October 29th, Historic Downtown San Pedro will be the place to celebrate Dia de los Muertos as the streets come alive with art, culture, delicious cuisine and live entertainment.
2017 Main Stage
The name Buyepongo means “to cause a ruckus” –which certainly describes the scene on the dance floors of Los Angeles whenever the band launches into its dizzyingly energetic, instantly infectious Tropicales-style rhythms. Their mash-up of influences, which include hip-hop, punk, funk, and jazz create a delirious musical blend from across the Latin American diaspora.
The band has shared stages with Ozomatli, Booker T, Quantic and more and performed on countless LA stages, including Grand Park, Levitt Pavillion’s Summer Music Series, Hollywood Forever's Dia De Los Muertos, the Skirball Cultural Center's Family Amphitheater Performances, and LACMA.
Recently, Buyepongo was featured on "Artbound Presents Studio A,” KCET’s showcase for Southern California's top musical talent that reflect the cultural and musical diversity of the region. Listen here.
Cutty Flam is a three-piece 21st century retro Rock n’ Roll band from the San Fernando Valley. With influences from Ritchie Valens to Quentin Tarantino, their music is wild mix of rock and rock-a-billy, English-Spanish lyrics, and punk, and South American beats.
Horton’s Hayride Fest favorites, their live shows are firing up South Bay dancehalls with their immense energy and signature “Prom Rock” sound.
Cuicani is a World/Soul band based in Los Angeles, paying homage to Afro-Caribbean and Soul music. Established in late 2012, Cuicani’s mix of members and music reflect the diversity of the city it calls home. The band is on-the-rise across the county and is featured on the Los Angeles County Arts Commission’s juried Musicians Roster.
Cuicani is deeply committed to being agents of social change. All members are arts educators working with youth K-12th grade, presenting educational workshops, drum circles, theater classes, and more.
Cuñao is a Los Angeles-based, Latin Folk group. They use their South American background & influences to create evocative, lush and poetic songs that transcend. A group of multi-ethnic musicians, Cuñao puts a global twist on their Latin sound by exploring African rhythms, Eastern European melodies and American roots rock.
2017 Community Stage
Analiz Castillo & Laura Chavez
Mariachi Academy of Carson
Folklorico Las Perlitas de Wilmington
Grupo Folklorico del Mar
Grupo Folklorico Nadino