By Joe Contreras, Latin Life Denver Media Buckle up and get ready to enjoy this two and half hour non stop ride of dazzling sets,…
Combining traditional and contemporary Latin ska, Roka Hueka is a 6-piece band with members originating from Mexico, Colombia, El Salvador, and the US. Singer Andres Gonzalez brought his love for energetic ska from Chihuahua, Mexico to Colorado.
“It took me six auditions to finally land the part in Moulin Rouge in 2020” said Quintero adding and “I was very lucky to get that part, it was a coveted role.” Then Covid 19 pandemic hit and Broadway along with everything else shut down. I had to wait two years to finally play the part.”
By Michelle Stevinson, Latin Life Denver Media ‘Dear Evan Hansen’ is a marvelous, highly energetic and emotional musical about a lonely teenage boy facing many challenges…
By Joe Contreras, Latin Life Denver Media I can’t believe I missed the opening night media reception for Carla Fernández Casa de Moda: A Mexican…
The 2022 Cinco de Mayo Festival will feature 3 stages of live musical and dance performances
There will be a wide variety of virtual and in-person educational activities and events from our cultural partners: Denver Museum of Nature & Science, Denver Art Museum, Denver Zoo, Denver Center for the Performing Arts, Denver Botanic Gardens, Clyfford Still Museum, Denver Public Library, History Colorado, Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art and the Colorado Symphony for children and families to access at no cost.
Civic Center Park will again come alive the first weekend in May with the sights, sounds, eats, and culture that is Denver’s largest cultural event in the state: the 33rd annual Cinco De Mayo ‘Celebrate Culture’ festival. The event, which began as a small celebration, has grown into one of the largest Cinco De Mayo events in the world.
By Joe Contreras, Latin Life Denver Media Who could have imagined that a single baseball trading card could cause such a commotion in downtown Denver?…Read More
Alive, Well & Prospering, Noche de Museo, Museo de las Americas Celebrates Art, Community & Perseverance
It all started back in 1991. The Art World was not welcoming to communities of color, including Latinos in Denver. Fed up with being marginalized, a group of passionate Denver artists including Jose Aguayo, Magdalena Aguayo, Ramon Kelley, Ramona Kelley, Emanuel Martinez, Maria Lupita Martinez and Rebecca Arellano teamed up to found Museo de las Americas, a space that would celebrate and honor Latino art and culture with exhibits that showcased our community’s tremendous creative talent.Read More