Saturday, September 28, 2019
2:00 p.m to 10:30 p.m.
Old Town Peoria at 83rd & Grand Avenues
Live Music performances by:
The Latin Breed
Fun for the entire family!
Along with a live concert and additional entertainment, festival goers will be able to enjoy a delicious variety of traditional foods, arts and crafts shopping and an activity zone. For adults, beer and margaritas will also be available for purchase.
Ticket sales coming soon
General admission: $5 before 5 p.m., $10 after 5 p.m.
Ages 12 & under: Free (courtesy of SRP)
VIP Tickets (all included below are on a first-come, first-serve basis)
$35 VIP admission per person
ATMs will be located at the event
Lawn chairs, blankets and water are permitted at the event.
No alcohol, glass containers of any kind, portable canopies or umbrellas, bicycles or skateboards, pets (service animals are permitted), or smoking (except in designated areas) allowed at event.
LIVE MUSIC ARTIST BIOS
Brenton Wood is an American R&B/Soul musician whose career has spanned an impressive five decades. Wood had two hit singles in 1967, "The Oogum Boogum Song" and "Gimme Little Sign." Wood's success as a songwriter, vocalist, and pianist was achieved without any gimmicks, which were common among artists of the time. For 50 years, Wood's music has resonated with the Latino and Chicano communities not only for its catchy rhythms, but also for his "can do" message of empowerment.
The Latin Breed
Born on the south side of San Antonio in 1969, The Latin Breed is on of the most distinctive bands to survive the Chicano/Tejano renaissance. Their signature sound blends influences of Tejano, R&B, Jazz/Funk, and orchestral/big band. With 19 recorded albums and a Tejano Music Award, The Latin Breed has kept traveling on the road, performing diverse music along with their well established hits. The 10-piece band continues with a celebratory 50th Anniversary tour across the nation. Catch them live in Peoria, Arizona on Saturday, September 28, 2019!
El Chicano is a premier Latino Rock band founded in East Los Angeles in 1970. The group has recorded 12 studio albums and has received 5 Gold records for album sales. The group blends rock, soul, Latin, funk, and jazz elements to create their signature sound. Now in their 50th year, El Chicano is still recording, touring, and delighting audiences by performing music "always from the heart."
If you missed last year's festival, check out the video!
Frequently asked ¡Somos Peoria! Questions
Event: ¡Somos Peoria!
When is the Event?
Saturday, September 28, 2019, 2:00 p.m. - 10:30 p.m.
Where is the Event?
Downtown Peoria, 83rd and Peoria Avenue, Peoria, AZ 85345
What does it cost to park? Where do you park?
- Nothing…it is free!
- FREE SHUTTLE! Park at the City Hall Campus, 8401 W. Monroe Street for free shuttle to front gate of the event
- Pick up is at the water fountain on north side of City Hall
- Shuttle will run from 5:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m., every 15 minutes
What can I bring into the event?
Lawn chairs, blankets and sealed water bottles are permitted.
What is not allowed at the event?
- No alcohol
- No glass containers of any kind
- No portable canopies or umbrellas
- No bicycles or skateboards
- No pets; service animals are permitted.
- No smoking, only in designated areas
Will alcohol be served at the event?
Yes, beer and margaritas will be available on-site.
What are the seating arrangements?
First come, first serve, festival seating.
What else is happening?
- Specialty food vendors
- Inflatables and carnival rides
- Local bands
- Local area vendor booths
To learn more about sponsoring SOMOS Peoria, please contact Arvizu Advertising & Promotions at: (602) 279-4669
Bill Moss, Special Events Supervisor
623-773-7133 | 623-773-7180-fax
Tonia Edmundson, Special Events Coordinator
623-773-7764 | 623-773-7180-fax
Andrea Collica, Special Events Coordinator
623-773-7244-direct | 623-773-7180-fax