Sunday, April 17, 2016

First Music in the Park show scheduled for June 24th

SAN JOSE - Multi-Grammy Award-winners Los Lobos will headline the Music in the Park 2016 series opener June 24 at Plaza de Cesar Chavez.

The Mexican-American roots-rock group from East Los Angeles has been recording since the late 1970s. Their crossover hit, La Bamba, from the 1987 film reached phenomenal worldwide popularity. Their current tour supports their latest album release, Gates of Gold.

Los Lobos’ three Grammy Awards:
1983 – Anselma – Best Mexican-American Performance (song)
1989 – La Pistola y el Corazon – Best Mexican-American Performance (album)
1995 – Mariachi Suite – Best Pop Instrumental Performance

The show begins just after work at 5:30 p.m. with South Bay guitarist Maxx Cabelllo, Jr.

Tickets are now available at

Advanced tickets are $10 per adult and free for 12-under when accompanied by an adult.  At the door, admission will cost $15 per adult.

Music in the Park is presented by Metro Newspapers and produced by the San Jose Downtown Association. The events are supported by the City of San Jose.

This is the 28th season of Music in the Park. Three more Music in the Park concerts are also planned this summer at Plaza de Cesar Chavez, which is located along Market Street and surrounded by downtown’s museums, hotels and office buildings.

For more about the artists, visit and  Visit for information about downtown San Jose and the San Jose Downtown Association.

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