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“Noche Romantica En Vivo” in Boyle Heights ~ This Friday

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This Friday night you can treat your ears to an eclectic soundfest brought to you by the collective known as Noche Romantica. Noche Romantica, a group of vinyl collectors specializing in romanticas, cumbias, and boleros host a night of live musical acts hailing from Tijuana and Los Angeles with a blend of sounds that challenge cultural barriers as they host "Noche Romantica En Vivo" where they'll be bringing sounds that the local community and outsiders alike can enjoy. An evening of live music will be brought to you by resident DJs Chicano Playboy and Dave Salvaje along with special Guest DJ Black Lotus Rosie as she'll be spinning vinyl sounds to keep you hypnotized on the dance floor. There will be two much anticipated performances from La Diabla, a Vallenato Cumbia band from Tijuana and San Cha, a singer-songwriter from Los Angeles known for explosive visceral and emotional live performances with roots in the queer avant-garde underground movement. 

Events like this remind us of how great it is to experience new things in Los Angeles and to be able to hear new sounds that pay homage to the past with respect and add it's own style and flavor that makes it unique. Rochelle of Mapache Jewelry was kind enough to share this event with us and we knew we had to pass the invite along to you, so make your way down to First Street Pool & Billiard Parlor location at 1906 E. First St., Los Angeles 90033.

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