Los Cojolites performed to a packed house Friday night. On tour all the way from Veracruz, they brought the lively music and singing style, son jarocho. Many of their songs had the audience singing along or even dancing in the aisles. It was quite a thing to hear a chorus of heels hitting the hardwood floor to the music. The excitement kept building and then the audience erupted when Los Cojolites ripped into their version of “La Bamba”, perhaps one of the most famous son jarocho songs.
Door cover: $5 (Cash Only.) Attention Aspiring Salsa Dancers (beginners encouraged)! Come brush up on your salsa dancing skills at Orquesta La Peña’s Monthly Salsa Party and Dance Class the last Monday of every month! (Beginners Encouraged! All levels welcome!) The evening starts off with a FREE beginners salsa dance class from 8pm-9pm! Followed by […]
Door cover: $3-$5 (Sliding Scale) All proceeds benefit La Peña’s mission of promoting cross-cultural understanding, peace, and social justice through the arts! DJ Jose Ruiz is back with his treasure-trove of world music to kick-off La Pena’s 42 year anniversary month! Come see old friends and meet new ones! SABOR has been on hiatus since February […]
Free/Donations Encouraged The Sunday Lounge Rumba has been going on at La Peña for the past 12 years and we want to see it continue. We highly encourage attendees to donate online to ensure that we keep this community event alive! Folkloric Afro-Cuban Rhythm & Dance Every 1st & 3rd Sunday! Come enjoy the Afro-Cuban […]