VibraSÓN Debut CD! Bay Area favorite dance band

Critically acclaimed “Llegó VibraSÓN!” is available now in our Bay Area! Check out two amazing CD-Release parties in SF on December 17th & 20th. About: Classic Salsa, Mambo, and Boogaloo meet Contemporary Latin. It’s the cool sound of vibraphone electrifies dancers and captures the Latin music from the smoky clubs in the Boogaloo era with […]

We Have Iré – One Night in Oakland [Nov. 26]

Live Latin jazz and timba beats, plus spoken word in a “docu theater” telling the true stories of four Afro-Cuban immigrant artists in our Bay Area! A new and timely multidisciplinary bilingual performance, featuring Grammy-nominated artist Yosvany Terry; DJ Leydis, the first Afro-Cuban female DJ to play at the White House; and award-winning dancer and […]

[theatre] El Rio: Presented by Brava Theater Center // SF

September 27 – October 20th. Fridays & Saturdays 8pm, Sundays 3pm. Opening on the banks of the Rio Grande, El Rio tells the tale of Francisca Warrior, a Black-Seminole veteran who served time in Iraq, and her quest to honor her daughter’s memory while trying to save the life of Rosario, an undocumented immigrant from […]

11th Annual SF Salsa Festival [March 28-30, 2019]

3 nights of world-class performances, dancing, competition and workshops with top salsa instructors, in the heart of downtown San Francisco. The Park Central Luxury Hotel (known before as The Westin). 50 Third St (between Market St & Mission St). San Francisco, CA 94103. Enjoy Live bands and great DJ’s playing each night at 11th Annual […]

Symposium on Influential Women of Color in Northern CA History // Los Altos Hills

Los Altos History Museum presents a day-long symposium, “Negotiating Boundaries: Women of Color in Northern California History” exploring the lives of influential women who helped shape our communities. A panel of regional scholars will share original research and analysis to fill in the gaps of our local history. Mar 02, 2019 10:00 am – 3:30 […]

[exhibit] Mascara Vs Cabellera + California Lucha Libre // SF

Friday, August 10 at 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts 2868 Mission St, San Francisco, California 94110 About: Side by side these two exhibits highlight the unique genre of Lucha Libre (freestyle Mexican wrestling). 1. In Mascaras vs Cabellera, Miguel Valverde, Romeo Saadi. Gala Lutteroth, Rosalio Vera, Raúl Ramirez, Gonzalo […]

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2018 Latino outdoor events + festivals in Bay Area

The BEST events under beautiful Summer weather are OUTDOORS. They’re even better with LATINO culture, music and food! See Bay Area’s top events under the Sun, served with spectacular music, food and beverages. And many are free! Yummmy. Video: Latino music and dancing under the Summer sun is simply amazing!   4 Latino outdoor event […]


Win tickets! Farruko // San Francisco

LatinBayArea.com is giving out 10 tickets. See rules below! AEG Presents Farruko Special guest Lary Over The Warfield, 982 Market Street, San Francisco. Sat, Jun 23, 2018. Doors Open: 7:00 PM, Show starts 8:00PM. Ages: All Ages Buy tickets here!       Videos:   Farruko – Chillax (Official Video) ft. Ky-Mani Marley   Facebook […]

[fundraiser] Felipe's Hospital stay bill

[fundraiser] Felipe’s Hospital stay bill

Felipe’s Hospital stay bill, Hayward. For: Felipe Martinez “El de la clave” Felipe got very sick all of a sudden the night of Christmas. He lost a lot of blood due to and internal bleeding on his gastrointestinal system. He was lucky to be able to call 911 before passing out again. His blood count […]

Blaxican History Celebration: Dra. Gloria Arjona // Oakland

Blaxican History Celebration: Dra. Gloria Arjona // Oakland

Saturday at 4 PM – 7 PM 3637 Magee Ave, Oakland. BLAXICAN History and Other Blatino Facts! Are you of African and Latino descent? Do you know anything about your ancestors, your culture and what makes you special? What better way to celebrate President’s day than by honoring culture, diversity, people of color and learning […]

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[videos] History of Posadas

Posadas are an important part of Mexican Christmas celebrations. They’re held in neighborhoods for 9 nights across Mexico, and also becoming popular in the United States. The word posada means “inn” or “shelter” in Spanish. This tradition re-enacts Mary and Joseph’s journey to Bethlehem, to be counted in the Census just prior to the birth […]