Sonido Clash Music Festival 2017: Highlighting the Artists

Photo Credit: Sonido Clash/Grupo Maravilla

With the success of the Sonido Clash Music and Mezcal Fest in 2016 and just recently the sold out Selena Tribute Party this past April, San José based cultural arts and music collective Sonido Clash is excited to return for another celebration in East Side San José at the School of Arts and Culture. Mark your calendars for Sunday, September 3rd, 2017 as Sonido Clash presents the 2nd Annual Sonido Clash Music Fest.

Sonido Clash Music Fest is an all ages latinx alternative music festival featuring 3 stages of live performances from bands, DJs and poets across a local, national, and international scale and with Prayers as the headliner for the main stage. Also featured at the festival is a curated mercado de artesanias, culinary experiences, vintage volkswagen car show, South Bay DIY Zine Collective library, workshops, children’s activities, live art y mas!

Artist Highlight:

The legendary Grupo Maravilla de Robin Revilla hails from their hometown of Los Angeles Puebla MX. The group now calls Los Angeles, California home and is known to be one of the most exciting and hardest working groups producing cumbia tracks right now. Since 1998, Grupo Maravilla has toured regularly and continue to expand their audiences that span all the way from Argentina to the state of Washington and beyond. One of the tracks that always makes people get on the dance floor is their classic cover of “Rhythm of the Night by Corona”, they flipped the words to say “esos son reebok o son nike” which sounds like the exact same thing except with an accent.   If you are a fan of traditional mexican cumbia or just want to learn about what new music Sonido Clash is bringing to the East Side of San José you should explore the 2nd Annual Sonido Clash Music Fest during Labor Day Weekend on Sunday, September 3rd, 2017 at the School of Arts and Culture at the Mexican Heritage Plaza.

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