41st Annual Festival Chicano Presents Grammy Award-Wining Artist Little Joe Y La Familia

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41st Annual Festival Chicano Presents Grammy Award-Wining Artist Little Joe Y La Familia

We’re Streaming To You Live !!! You can choose to watch it on our website here, our YouTube Channel here, or Facebook here!

Note: This is a virtual performance. No audience will be in attendance.

We couldn’t be more excited to announce the Festival Chicano with Grammy Award-Winning Artist Little Joe y La Familia has joined the lineup for our 2020 virtual series!

The 41st Annual Festival Chicano is a reflection of the artistic creativity that has developed in the Chicano cultural experience after centuries of influence from native peoples, Mexico, Europeans, and the USA.

Chicano music has been historically shaped by many diverse styles such as Mexican rancheras, corridos, mariachi, orchestra, Tejano, conjunto, big band, rhythm and blues, country, rock and roll, and many others.

The festival is a celebration of culture through the musical expression of countless generations of artists. It is truly a unique, original American sound.

Five time Grammy Award-Winning Tejano artist Little Joe y La Familia has become a staple at Festival Chicano, with his inspired Tejano sound infused with a multitude of genres and influences such as jazz, classical, conjunto, and more. It’s no wonder he has become one of the most popular Tejano bands in the country!

All performances and livestreams at Miller Outdoor Theatre are FREE!

Produced by Festival Chicano

All performances at Miller Outdoor Theatre are funded in part by the City of Houston through Houston Arts Alliance.

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