The third and last in our series of mini-concerts leading up to La Misa Negra at #Encuentro36 on Dec. 3, this promises to be another magical evening of live music and community!
Come see 3 amazing bands perform for FREE and purchase your pre-sale Encuentro tickets at the special earlybird price of $15.
Banda Sin Nombre
Banda Sin Nombre is a five-piece street band from San Francisco’s Mission District dedicated to performing folk music from around the world. Mixing rich vocal harmonies with acoustic instruments including guitar, fiddle, charango, cajon, and bass, the band’s inspirations range from Peruvian chicha to Catalan rumba and Appalachian old time to cumbia.
La Clandestina Bay
La Clandestina is a band that originated in San Francisco, California. Their unique sound is formed by their members who bring their influences from Argentina, Mexico, Columbia, and the United States. They connect with their crowd by providing a festive atmosphere with the use of acoustic and electric guitars, drums, bass, congas, and horns. Bringing with them a varied repertoire of original songs, their sound is a fusion of rhythms like salsa, cumbia, reggae, rock and other styles.
Soul y Agua
Soul y Agua’s sound reflects Monica Fimbrez’s Californian roots mixed with traditional, earthly and contemporary sounds of Latin America. Monica’s songs are innovative and expressive of a world where cultures coexist, where fear is transformed by compassion, where we learn to truly love ourselves, and where we view the world from an empathetic and holistic state of mind. A vocalist, multi-instrumentalist (guitar, jarana, bass, percussion) and composer, she’s a graduate of San Francisco State University who has spent more than half her life songwriting and performing various genres such as Cuban Salsa, Son Jarocho, Cumbia, Jazz and R&B.