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Coachella Crossroads will host El Grito, a returning music festival that celebrates Mexican Independence Day. El Grito will run September 17 and 18, 2021 and will feature an array of popular performers, including rapper Snoop Dog and other significant musical artists. Tickets are on sale at www.CoachellaCrossroads.com.
Coachella Crossroads will host El Grito, a returning music festival that celebrates Mexican Independence Day. El Grito will run September 17 and 18, 2021 and will feature an array of popular performers, including rapper Snoop Dog and other significant musical artists. Tickets will go on sale July 23 at www.CoachellaCrossroads.com.
About “El Grito”
El Grito is a popular holiday in Mexico that observes the day in 1810 when priest Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla rang the bells of his small parish and inspired the people to rebel against the Spanish monarchy and take control of their own lives, country, and destiny, which changed Mexico forever. The El Grito musical festival at Coachella Crossroads celebrates Mexican pride through two days of performances by beloved musical groups, many well known in the Mexican Regional music genre.
“We are pleased to bring this amazing array of performers to Coachella Crossroads to help celebrate this import Mexican holiday,” said Chairman Darrell Mike of The Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Mission Indians. “This is the first large-scale musical festival that the venue has hosted and demonstrates the versatility of the performance space. We look forward to sharing this exciting event with the community.”
Here is the El Grito line-up for both days:
Friday September 17
Snoop Dogg vs. DJ Snoopadelic
Legendary rapper Snoop Dogg will headline the event where he will perform as Snoop Dog and spin records as his alter ego, DJ Snoopadelic. As a multi-platinum hip-hop artist, actor, and entertainment icon, Snoop Dogg has remained at the forefront of popular culture for decades, thanks to the release of award-winning albums, world-dominating singles, digital ventures, lifestyle products, and stellar performances in television and film and has sold more than 30 million albums worldwide. Also playing under the moniker DJ Snoopadelic, he has been tearing up clubs, events, and festivals across the world for close to a decade, giving fans a unique experience that only Snoop can provide.
Accordion king Ramón Ayala is a Mexican singer, composer and songwriter of Norteño music. Ayala began playing his favorite instrument at a very young age and has created and performed in many bands over the years. Performing with Cornelio Reyna, Ayala formed Relampagos del Norte and is best known for the hit single "Ya No Llores."
Los Alegres Del Barranco
Los Alegres Del Barranco previously performed to a sold-out concert at Spotlight 29's Spotlight Showroom several years ago. Hailing from the Mexican state of Sinaloa, the group has come to personify the region's sound, performing Rancheras, romanticas, and corridos for audiences throughout Mexico and the American Southwest. Their 2011 debut album, Puros Corridos, featured the single "El Proceder de Manuel," which garnered accolades on both sides of the border. Sinaloense Hecho y Derecho, an album released in 2014, was a major breakthrough for the group. The title track was an immediate hit and the follow-up single, "Mi Pequeno Mundo," fared even better. In 2016, the album Loe Que Pesa Mi Palabra produced the hit "Juro Quererte" and peaked at No. 3 on the Hot Latin Albums charts.
Banda Los Sebastianes
Though Banda Los Sebastianes has become a mainstay of Sinaloa's banda popular scene since 2014, few outside the world of Mexican Regional music know that the Mazatlán group has been recording and touring together since 2004. This large, ever-evolving large band came together under the direction of composer, singer, and songwriter Armando Paul Celis. He assembled the group from a large cast of top-flight veteran musicians from other acts who all shared the desire to inject new energy into the banda movement. The title track single from their album Indeleble landed inside the Top 40 of the Billboard Mexican Songs Chart, and the video racked up hundreds of thousands of views. The band has toured the U.S. and Mexico. In June of 2016, they issued their seventh album, Luces, Camara y Accion. The title track was released as its first single and landed inside the Top 20. It remained there for more than 18 weeks.
Los Cadetes de Linares de Lupe Tijerina
Formed in 1960 in Linares, Nuevo León by Homero Guerrero, Los Cadetes de Linares has toured across Mexico and the southwestern United States, as well as Chicago and Los Angeles. The band's hits include "Dos Coronas a mi Madre", "Las Tres Tumbas", "Pueblito,” "Regalo de Reyes,” and "Polvo Maldito.”
Saturday Sept 18
Singer-songwriter and record producer Gerardo Ortiz is a wildly popular American Norteño who is well-known for his outstanding performances of Regional Mexican music. In 2010 he made his breakthrough with his debut studio album Ni Hoy Ni Mañana. The major-label release spawned the singles “A La Moda,” “El Trokero Lokochón,” and “La Última Sombra,” sky-rocketing Ortíz to mainstream success, and later earning the singer a Grammy nomination for Best Norteño Album. The record charted within the Billboard 200 Top 5. In 2012 Ortíz was awarded the Male Artist of the Year, Norteño Album of the Year, Norteño Aritst of the Year, and Artist of the Year Award at the Mexican Billboard Music Awards. The album El Primer Ministro was later nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Regional Mexican Music Album.
Los Rieleros del Norte
Los Rieleros Del Norte ("The Railers of the North") are a Mexican three-time Grammy-nominated Norteño-Sax band from Toronto Canada and based in El Paso, Texas. Formed in 1980, they remain one of the oldest norteño bands still active today. Unlike many other norteño bands, the Rieleros del Norte use both saxophone and accordion in their music, creating a dual-instrument hybrid. The group has recorded many albums over the years including Estampida Norteña, Prieta Orgullosa, Aventura Pasada, and other albums which have now become classics in regional Mexican music. Their songs have topped the Mexican music billboards.
Mi Banda El Mexicano de Casimiro
Mi Banda El Mexicano is a technocumbia and Quebradita musical group from Mexico. They are the composers of the song "No Bailes De Caballito" and the creators of the "baile de caballito" (rocking horse dance), very popular in Mexico and Latin American countries in the 90s. Originally created in 1973 as a rock group, it was in the 80s when they decided to record songs from a synthesized Sinaloan band in the technocumbia or technobanda style. They are very well known in Mexico, United States, and Central and South America. Their 1993 song “No Bailes de Caballito,” took them to the peak of success and was heard daily on almost all Mexican radio stations. They have been recognized at the Musical Fury Awards on several occasions. Their song “Ramito de Violetas” sold more than 1 million copies and spent 20 weeks on the Billboard charts .
Mexican-American singer songwriter Larry Hernández is a television personality known for his work in the Regional Mexican music genre, specifically in the styles of Banda, Norteño and Norteño-Banda. Hernández lived in Los Angeles until he was four when his family moved to Culiacán, Sinaloa, Mexico. He spent most of his adolescence there before starting his musical career.
Regional Mexican band Banda Machos is from Villa Corona in the Mexican state of Jalisco. The band specializes in the Technobanda genre and is best known for popularizing the Quebradita dancing style that became popular in the 1990s in Mexico and the United States. Their songs are often satirical, filled with sexual innuendos and of double entendres. The band has been together for more than 30 years and has recorded 29 albums.
Banda Maguey is a Regional Mexican band also from Jalisco, Mexico. Banda Machos and Banda Maguey have been called the two most successful exponents of the Technobanda sound. A favorite during the 1990s Technobanda craze, Banda Maguey took over the radio waves with their debut album Tumbando Caña in 1994, which contained a number of hits including "El Alacran." In May 1994, the band performed live for the first time in the United States.
About the Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Mission Indians:
The Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Mission Indians trace their origins back to the Chemehuevi, a peaceful and nomadic Tribe whose territory once covered parts of California, Utah, Arizona, and Southern Nevada. In 1867, a group of Chemehuevi settled at the Oasis of Mara in Twentynine Palms. The Twenty-nine Palms Band of Mission Indians are their descendants. Today, the Tribe’s lands consist of two Reservations, which are located near the town of Twentynine Palms and the City of Coachella. The Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Mission Indians will continue to focus on providing opportunities of growth and prosperity for the Tribe’s future generations. For more information about the Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Mission Indians, its culture, heritage and traditions please go to https://www.29palmstribe.org/
Presenter / Producer: Coachella Crossroads
Music > Other
Event Phone: 760-775-5566
46605 Dillon Rd,
Coachella CA 92236
Palm Springs / Coachella Valley
Performance Dates: 9/17/2021 - 9/18/2021
$95 - $300
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