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POSADA NAVIDEÑA
GCA FY18
POSADA NAVIDEÑA
POSADA NAVIDEÑA. Ballet Folklórico de Sacramento.Twenty-five dancers and musicians from Ballet Folklórico de Sacramento will take you on a whirlwind journey through the regions of Mexico as we all come together to celebrate this splendid time of year in Posada Navideña. With a traditional Christmas processional (posada), Mexican holiday songs (villancicos), a visit from the Three Wise Men, a festive piñata scene and captivating dance choreography, Posada Navideña is sure to leave you with that warm feeling inside that is inspired during this time of year.
Sat 12/16/17 2:00PM Foster Family Theater
Sat 12/16/17 7:30PM Foster Family Theater
Sun 12/17/17 2:00PM Foster Family Theater


LOS ÁNGELES AZULES
GCA FY18
LOS ÁNGELES AZULES
Tickets for this performance are on sale to Gallo Center donors only through Wednesday, November 22. Donors should call or visit the ticket office. Tickets go on sale to the public beginning Friday, November 24 at 10 am. Formed in Mexico City in 1976 by brothers Elias, Jose and Jorge Mejia Avante, Los Ángeles Azules' musical genre can best be described as Columbian cumbia and disco. The group has been nominated for a Billboard Latin Music Award, and they enjoy stardom throughout Mexico, Argentina and Columbia. If you want lively, high energy fun, this is the show for you!
Tue 2/13/18 7:00PM Mary Stuart Rogers Theater


ALICIA VILLARREAL
GCA FY18
ALICIA VILLARREAL
Tickets for this performance are on sale to Gallo Center donors only through Wednesday, November 22. Donors should call or visit the ticket office. Tickets go on sale to the public beginning Friday, November 24 at 10 am. Regional Mexican singer Alicia Villarreal, former lead singer of the top-selling Grupo Límite, launched a solo career in 2001 and became a star with her fusion of norteno and Latin pop. However, her 2009 album “La Jefa” featured much more traditional Mexican fare with bouncy rancheras and hopeful ballads. Fans loved it, and the recording debuted at number one on Billboard's Regional Mexican Albums and overall at number four on its Latin Albums chart. But that same year, Villarreal’s brother was killed in a car accident, and she largely retreated from the music world. Earlier this year Villarreal began to re-emerge, and released the ranchera single "Haz Lo Que Quieras,” whose video racked up two million views in its first month, and followed it with "Te Aprovechas," a cumbia-cum-mariachi duet with the pop duo Ha*Ash. These hits are part of her first new studio album in eight years, “La Villarreal.”
Fri 3/30/18 7:30PM Mary Stuart Rogers Theater