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Día de los Muertos/Day of the Dead | Special Concert with Quetzal

Washington, DC, United States

4th St SW
Washington, DC 20560
United States
(202) 633-1000

The National Museum of the American Indian and the National Museum of the American Latino invite you to celebrate the return of the ancestors with a special Día de los Muertos concert featuring the Grammy award-winning band Quetzal. Quetzal is a bilingual rock group with roots in the cultural and social justice landscape of East Los Angeles. Its goal is to create great music that tells the stories of marginalized people's struggles and resistance.

Virginia Grise with Quetzal

Los Angeles, California, USA

631 W 2nd Street
Los Angeles, California 90012
(213) 237-2800

Musical director Martha Gonzalez and writer Virginia Grise chronicle the process of adapting Helena María Viramontes’ epic novel Their Dogs Came with Them in a medium security women’s prison and the site-specific staging of the play under the I-19 Freeway with a community cast of scholars, organizers and actors. Directed by Kendra Ware, this performance lecture includes live music by members of the band Quetzal.

Quetzal at 2022 MOLAA GALA

Long Beach, California, USA

628 Alamitos Avenue
Long Beach, California 90802
(562) 437-1689

Grammy award-winning band, Quetzal, headlining this year's sold-out, Gala at the end of Latinx Heritage Month on October 15th. Also performing that evening will be the Mariachi Las Catrinas group! It's going to be an exciting night!

Performance at Creative Resilience Exhibition

Los Angeles, California, United States

1922 East 7th Place
Los Angeles, California 90021
United States

Performing live with Contratiempo Dance Company

Brava presents Quetzal w/ Ramon Gutierrez of Son de Madera

San Francisco, California, USA

2781 24th Street
San Francisco, California 94110
(415) 641-7657

Quetzal will be joined onstage by longtime collaborator Ramon Gutierrez of Son de Madera, and young up-and-coming musicians Lucia Gutierrez Rebolloso and Sandino Gonzalez Flores. The music will be set to the backdrop of curated photos and film footage from the band’s trip to Veracruz in 2017 which was the inspiration for the creation of their latest album, Songs from Puentes Sonoros.