Lupita Infante, accompanied by Mariachi Divas, brings back to life the music of Pedro Infante, her grandfather and the iconic legend of regional Mexican music. Recognized as Pandora's 2019 Latin Artist to Watch and Billboard's Latin Artist On The Rise, Lupita's unique interpretation exudes passion and feeling, making her one of the worthiest representatives of Mexican music who is forging her own style and identity as a singer. Growing up in the suburbs of Downey her excitement for the stage, along with inspiration drawn from her grandfather and father, led her to pursue voice and the study of music at UCLA where she also participated in the world's first university-level mariachi ensemble, Mariachi de Uclatlán founded in 1961.
Don't miss the party of all parties at Dodger Stadium - LA GRAN FIESTA VIVA LOS DODGERS presented Spectrum, Coca-Cola and Budweiser!
From live performances to Dodger player autographs, interactive games and on-stage interviews, La Gran Fiesta will be the place to be starting at 2pm on Saturday, September 21 in Lot 6 of the historic 76 Station, and it's FREE with your ticket to the game!
Before you head to the stadium gates for the 6:10 game vs the Rockies when you pick up your Billie Jean King Bobblehead presented by Budweiser, come celebrate like it's the second to last game of the 2019 regular season at LA GRAN FIESTA!
- Interactive games
- Food & Beverages
- And more!
The following schedules are subject to change.
Autographs are free and fans will not have a choice of which autograph they will receive.
*Subject to change.
Fans in attendance will get a chance to hear from Hall of Fame broadcaster Jaime Jarrín, who will be participating in a Q & A session along with his Spanish broadcast partner and son Jorge Jarrín. The festival will also feature an on-stage interview with Legendary Dodger Alumni and current Spanish broadcaster Fernando Valenzuela, who will be joined by fellow broadcaster Pepe Yñiguez.
The Delirians are the heavy hitters of California's ever growing traditional ska and reggae scene. Based out of East Los Angeles they strive to keep that vintage reggae sound alive with vintage 60's era sound, added to their own flavor to create a genuinely unique sound.
QUITAPENAS, one word - all caps, four syllables - all claps, gives you a taste of their rhythmic contagion. This tropical Afro-Latin combo was born under the warm California sun. They borrow aesthetics from the radical 60s, 70s and 80s. Each song echoes a remix of history and invites one to engage in the liberating evenings of Angola, Peru, Colombia, Brazil and beyond. The name means "to remove worries." Everybody has a "pena" and the mission of QUITAPENAS is simple: to make you dance and leave you without a worry
El Conjunto Nueva Ola (ECNO) Directly from the city of hope - Mexico City, Mexico - in the month of March, 2012, the six-man group El Conjunto Nueva Ola released its first musical production, a very unique musical collective. A peculiar concept with unique characteristics, the group has drawn attention from thousands of people, a fact that has led them to be known also as "los enmarscarados" ("the masked ones"). Their faces are covered with "luchador" (wrestler) masks at all times, hiding the true physiognomy of each group member. This has also given El Conjunto Nueva Ola a distinctive and authentic feel. They are the self-proclaimed "disrespectful musical wrestlers." But they are also young professionals who, with their first album, are providing creativity and freshness to a worn-out record industry. That - and much more - is what El Conjunto Nueva Ola is all about.