2015 Multicultural Music Festival and Black History Celebration
Sunday, April 26, 2015
2 to 8 p.m. at Osuna Park (83rd and Grand)
$5 Admission, ages 10 and under are free
The Northwest Black History Committee Presents The 15th Annual Multicultural Music Festival in Peoria “Old School Sunday” Featuring TIERRA, The Floaters and the Latin All Stars
The 2015 Multicultural Music Festival continues its’ tradition of bringing the community together with a daylong music experience Sunday, April 26 that include: TIERRA, the band named “Best R&B Vocal Group” by four leading magazines including Billboard. They started their career in East Los Angeles with a blend of rock, pop, jazz, R&B and salsa. The result was a Latin R&B rhythm which produced classics like “Together”, “Gonna Find Her”, “Memories” and “Zoot Suit Boogie”. The band’s quarter century commitment shows a dedication that can only be understood by listening to their smooth and soulful sounds. Tierra was the first Latino band to have four songs on the national chart and two simultaneously in the Top 100. They have performed in such prestigious shows such as Carnegie Hall, The American Music Awards, American Bandstand, and The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion.
Also performing Sunday April 26 are the Latin All Stars, featuring current and former band members of WAR, El Chicano, Malo, Santana and the Midniters, performing all their many hits including, Suavecito, Sabor A Mi and other well known songs. National recording artists, The Floaters will perform along with local favorites like, Big Pete Pearson and Sky’s The limit band. The multicultural experience continues with a special presentation by “Kyrgyz Ordo” from the Bishkek, Kyrgyz Republic.
The event takes place at Osuna Park, located in the historic Acacia District of Old Town Peoria, 83rd Ave & Grand Ave, 2PM to 8PM. $5 admission, children 10 & under are free, parking is free.
For more information, call 623-204-0959 or visit www.aznbhc.org
The Northwest Black History Committee has been organizing cultural events in the West Valley for 19 years.