Thursday - Jun 20, 2019

Calendar & Tourism

  • Yerba Buena Gardens Festival

    Yerba Buena Gardens Festival

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff What’s in that box, you ask? In the hands of Ka-Hon, a gentle spring shower, a flamenco troupe, a galloping stallion and a rumba circle. Drawing on a pan-American array of rhythms, the high-energy ensemble displays the astounding versatility of the humble cajón, a simple wooden box usually played

  • Define ‘American Artist Fellowship Program’ launch

    Define ‘American Artist Fellowship Program’ launch

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff Define American is bringing eight undocumented artists to Oakland next week to launch the first-ever Undocumented Artist Fellowship program. The fellowship connects these artists with resources, a stipend, and national exposure through Define American, while also demonstrating that art is a universal language. We are fighting to ensure that

  • Poncho Sánchez and his Latin Jazz Band in Berkeley

    Poncho Sánchez and his Latin Jazz Band in Berkeley

    by the El Reportero’s news services The Freight & Salvage is proud to host for the very first time world renowned, multi Grammy award winning percussionist Poncho Sánchez and his band, direct from Los Angeles. This is Poncho’s first appearance at the “new” Freight & Salvage, Berkeley’s magnificent, intimate, musical non-profit that has been a beacon for half

  • Nestor Torres can seen playing at Yoshi’s

    Nestor Torres can seen playing at Yoshi’s

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff Standing on the shoulders of flute giants from worlds as diverse as Rampal & Galway in Classical Music; Richard Egues’ Cuban Charanga style; rocker Ian Anderson’s Jethro Tull; Herbie Mann and – most influential of all – Hubert Laws as pioneers of Jazz Flute, Latin Grammy Award winning Nestor

  • Omar Sosa’s Transparent Water at the Freight in SF

    Omar Sosa’s Transparent Water at the Freight in SF

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff The genius of Omar Sosa and his amazing trio as part of the RAICES series at the Freight! Omar blurs the lines between the magical and the musical! He is constantly creating, innovating and evolving. If you’ve seen him before, you know, if not, do yourself a favor –

  • The Border Collective presents their second Pop Up Exhibit

    The Border Collective presents their second Pop Up Exhibit

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff In honor of Women’s History Month, The Border Collective, a group of Mexican female artists and makers will share their beautiful work in San Francisco. There will be fun sips, snacks, incredible art and a live performance by Latin Pop Duo IndiviDúo, a cross-continental collaboration between San Francisco-born songstress

  • Tribute to one of the greatest Mexican singers

    Tribute to one of the greatest Mexican singers

    Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff Tribute to Juan Gabriell with Carlos Daniels in “Todo y Mi Tristeza Tour” accompanied by the Full Mariachi Band on Friday, March 1, at 8 p.m., at Club Roccapulco, 3140 Mission St, San Francisco. Tickets starting at $ 27.50. SF art exhibition by Antony Holdsworth and Beryl Landau Anthony

  • Children’s Concerts at Kohl Mansion

    Children’s Concerts at Kohl Mansion

    An interactive program for audiences of all ages Compiled by the El Reportero’s staff VNote Ensemble – Hailed for their spirited performances and fascinating fusion of jazz with Latin and folk rhythms, the VNote Ensemble gives voice to the hidden treasure that is Venezuelan music as they explore its connection to North American jazz. Blending