IFCC to kick start Latinx Heritage Month with local artists on Wednesday
The International Folk Culture Center (housed in the Multicultural Activities and Recreation Center) will kick off Latinx Heritage Month on Wednesday at noon in the Mall Area with local artists, music, food trucks and arts and crafts.
The event, held one day before the start of Latinx Heritage Month, will feature Acmed Tuesta (aka “El Foco”) as the special guest performer. He is a young singer, songwriter and musician from Lima, Peru. Tuesta created Andean Style in 2005.
Andean music fuses with new music tendencies of the world, and also maintains the essence of the Latin American folklore from the Andes.
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 210-431-1690.