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Show at The Vista in Surprise provides folklorico feel

Ballet Folklorico de Los Angeles celebrates Dia de Los Muertos

Posted 9/8/22

Ballet Folklorico de Los Angeles, and the musicians of Mariachi Garibaldi de Jaime Cuéllar, led by three-time Grammy award-winner Jimmy Cuéllar, return to The Vista Center for the Arts to celebrate one of Mexico’s most beloved holidays: Día de Los Muertos.

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THINGS TO DO

Show at The Vista in Surprise provides folklorico feel

Ballet Folklorico de Los Angeles celebrates Dia de Los Muertos

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One of the nation’s most recognizable Mexican folk dance company, Ballet Folklorico de Los Angeles, and the musicians of Mariachi Garibaldi de Jaime Cuéllar, led by three-time Grammy award-winner Jimmy Cuéllar, return to The Vista Center for the Arts to celebrate one of Mexico’s most beloved holidays: Día de Los Muertos.

The concert begins at 8 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 29 at The Vista, 15660 N. Parkview Place.

This visual and musical experience, “Ofrenda,” pays tribute to traditional music and dances from different regions, including “La Bruja” from Veracruz and “Retablo Purépecha” from the state of Michoacán, along with memorable music from the Disney movie “Coco.”

The night also includes a homage to Mexican artists Juan Gabriel, Selena, Pedro Infante and José Alfredo Jiménez, whose music lives on.

Tickets are now available for purchase on this page.
The show is also the start of The Vista’s Premier Package of five shows, with two seating and price options available.
For information on this and other packages, visit this page.

Ballet Folklorico de Los Angeles, Mariachi Garibaldi de Jaime Cuéllar, Vista Center for the Arts, Día de Los Muertos