Half a century of northern hits and musical legend will land Saturday at the iconic Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles with the performance of Los Tigres del Norte, who appear as the stars of the events in the Californian city to celebrate Mexico's Independence Day Los Angeles, the city with more Mexicans outside its country and whose history is marked by the influence and heritage of Latinos, commemorates each year and around September 16 the national holiday of Mexico. Originals of Sinaloa (Mexico) but with strong ties to California, Los Tigres del Norte will debut tomorrow at the Hollywood Bowl and will lead the first concert dedicated to norteño music at this Los Angeles venue.
With more than ninety years of history, the Hollywood Bowl is a prestigious outdoor theater, with capacity for 17,500 spectators, and this summer has hosted recitals by artists such as Plácido Domingo, John Williams, Diana Ross, Randy Newman or Juanes.
  The authors of "Boss of Chiefs" or "We are more Americans" will be accompanied on this evening by Los Cachorros by Juan Villarreal, Los Cadetes de Linares by Los Primos Tijerina and the Youth Orchestra of Los Angeles (YOLA), an initiative of the Venezuelan director Gustavo Dudamel, head of the Philharmonic of the Californian city, and that is inspired by the educational program "The System." "Hollywood has a very important meaning for us," the Los Tigres bassist told the Los Angeles Times this week. North, Hernán Hernandez. "The first song that the public knew (of the band) was about Camelia, who was going to Hollywood," he said about his song "Contrabando y traición" of the 70s. For his part, the singer Jorge Hernández He assured that presenting at the Hollywood Bowl "is the same type of test as being at the National Auditorium of Mexico."
Chroniclers of the stories of immigrants and ordinary people, Los Tigres del Norte has a star with its name on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and a street mural with its figures in East Los Angeles, the most Latin part of the city Besides this concert, the stairs of the city hall of Los Angeles will host another musical celebration on Saturday for Mexico's Independence Day. The Tucanes de Tijuana are the main attraction of this free-entry celebration, in which Selenamos will also perform. , Mariachi Arcoiris of Los Angeles and El Conjunto Nueva Ola.The Consul of Mexico in Los Angeles, Carlos García de Alba, will recreate in this event the Grito de Dolores and the bell ring with which the war for independence began in 1810 Mexico.
  Many celebrations and events of a more modest nature will take to the streets of Los Angeles this weekend so that people can enjoy the Mexican national fiesta.So, a popular parade will cross César Chávez avenue in East Los Angeles on Sunday. the Town of Los Angeles, a historical place where the city was founded and which is now a meeting point, around Olvera street, for the Hispanic community, a festival will be held on Saturday and Sunday with live music and activities for the little ones.


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