City of Los Angeles and Councilwoman Monica Rodriguez Celebrate Latino Heritage Month 2018

by City of Los Angeles on September 1, 2018

EL GRITO LA

The City of Los Angeles and Councilwoman Monica Rodriguez present ¡El Grito!, a FREE Arts & Music festival on the steps of City Hall and kickoff to Los Angeles’ Latino Heritage Month!

El Grito is Los Angeles’ free public festival highlighting our vibrant Latino community as well as showcasing the immense contributions Latinos have made to the City’s culture, history, and economy. Featuring internationally renowned Latino artists and entertainers, tasty food trucks, a reggaeton silent disco, and a one-of-a-kind crafts fair of over 60 vendors - El Grito is a high-energy all-ages celebration of Latinidad in LA.

¡EL GRITO! ARTS & MUSIC FESTIVAL 2018
200 N Spring St.
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Saturday, September 15, 2018
5PM - 10:30PM

English Flyer
Spanish Flyer

For more information and a full lineup of artists and vendors please visit http://www.elgritola2018.eventbrite.com

Latino Heritage Month and the El Grito Festival is presented by the City of Los Angeles and Councilwoman Monica Rodriguez in partnership with Comité Civico Patriotico, Molcajete Dominguero, Wells Fargo, Los Angeles County Supervisor Hilda Solis, Southern California Gas Company, Comcast | NBCUniversal, Galpin Motors, Aguila Real Tequila and Champion City. 

About Latino American Heritage Month

Los Angeles Latino American Heritage Month is a celebration of Latino Americans in the United States. For over three decades, the City of Los Angeles has held a series of events throughout the month to highlight the significant contributions that Latinos have made to the City’s past, present, and future.