2022 Lineup / Latin

Brian Andres Quartet featuring Sandra Aran

Fri, Aug 12 @ 6pm
PG&E Silicon Valley Stage

With over 20 years on the Bay Area music scene, drummer Brian Andres has played alongside some of the region’s Latin music legends, and gone on to start his own projects with the Afro-Cuban Jazz Cartel and Trio Latino. For his Summer Fest performance, he’ll be joined by Mexico City-born vocalist Sandra Aran.

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Brian Andres Quartet featuring Sandra Aran

Fri, Aug 12 @ 6pm
PG&E Silicon Valley Stage
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Mariachi Mexico

Sat, Aug 13 @ 1pm
SJMA Next Gen Stage

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Mariachi Mexico

Sat, Aug 13 @ 1pm
SJMA Next Gen Stage

Omar Sosa Quarteto Americanos

Sat, Aug 13 @ 3pm
Hammer Theatre Stage

Cuban composer and pianist Omar Sosa is one of the most versatile jazz artists on the scene today. He fuses a wide range of jazz, world music, and electronic elements with his native Afro-Cuban roots to create a fresh and original urban sound – all with a Latin jazz heart.

Omar Sosa Quarteto Americanos
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Omar Sosa Quarteto Americanos

Sat, Aug 13 @ 3pm
Hammer Theatre Stage
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Telmary Díaz in Conversation with Latin Tropical Stage Curator Betto Arcos

Sat, Aug 13 @ 3pm
Tech Interactive Stage

Learn more about one of Summer Fest’s Main Stage artists before she takes the stage! Cuban rapper and urban music artist Telmary Díaz shares her personal and musical story with music critic, reporter, and author Betto Arcos. This event will take place inside the Tech Interactive’s New Venture Hall.

Telmary Díaz in Conversation with Latin Tropical Stage Curator Betto Arcos

Sat, Aug 13 @ 3pm
Tech Interactive Stage

Silvana Estrada

Sat, Aug 13 @ 3:30pm
Jay Paul Company Montgomery Theater Stage

Called “one of Mexico’s greatest young talents and vocalists” by KCRW’s José Galvan, Silvana, who is 23 years old, is the new voice of a movement of independent female artists who have characterized Latin Alternative music over the past decade. 

Silvana Estrada
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Silvana Estrada

Sat, Aug 13 @ 3:30pm
Jay Paul Company Montgomery Theater Stage
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Son Habana

Sat, Aug 13 @ 3:45pm
Latin Tropical Stage

Fused with the contemporary rhythms of modern Latin music – Salsa, Bachata, Timba, Cha Cha Cha, Bolero, and Latin Jazz – Son Habana crafts a distinct sound that serves as a new identity for Cuban music.

Son Habana

Son Habana

Sat, Aug 13 @ 3:45pm
Latin Tropical Stage

Clave Dura in Conversation with Latin Tropical Stage Curator Betto Arcos

Sat, Aug 13 @ 4pm
Tech Interactive Stage

Prior to their performance on the Latin Tropical Stage, Juan Moreno & Junior Guzmán of Clave Dura speak on their musical experience with Betto Arcos, Summer Fest’s Latin Tropical Stage curator. This event will take place inside the Tech Interactive’s New Venture Hall.

 

 

Clave Dura in Conversation with Latin Tropical Stage Curator Betto Arcos

Sat, Aug 13 @ 4pm
Tech Interactive Stage

Clave Dura

Sat, Aug 13 @ 6pm
Latin Tropical Stage

Crafting a fusion of salsa, Cumbia, merengue and bachata, Clave Dura brings together the collective talent of multiple musicians to deliver the authentic sounds of Puerto Rico and Colombia.

Clave Dura

Clave Dura

Sat, Aug 13 @ 6pm
Latin Tropical Stage

Ray Obiedo and Latin Jazz Project featuring Peter Michael Escovedo

Sat, Aug 13 @ 7pm
PG&E Silicon Valley Stage

Whether he’s touring with Herbie Hancock, recording with George Duke, or hearing his compositions on popular film soundtracks, San Francisco native Ray Obiedo has made a name for himself as one the most originally expressive and exciting guitarists of his time.

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Ray Obiedo and Latin Jazz Project featuring Peter Michael Escovedo

Sat, Aug 13 @ 7pm
PG&E Silicon Valley Stage
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Raul Midón

Sat, Aug 13 @ 7:30pm
Jay Paul Company Montgomery Theater Stage

Grammy nominated Raul Midón – dubbed “an eclectic adventurist” by People magazine – has released 10 studio albums as a solo artist and collaborated with such heroes as Herbie Hancock, Stevie Wonder and Bill Withers, along with contributing to recordings by Queen Latifah, Snoop Dogg and the soundtrack to Spike Lee’s She Hate Me.

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Raul Midón

Sat, Aug 13 @ 7:30pm
Jay Paul Company Montgomery Theater Stage
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Sabor de mi Cuba

Sat, Aug 13 @ 8pm
Latin Tropical Stage

Led by percussionist Carlitos Medrano, Sabor De Mi Cuba fuses Medrano’s Afro-Cuban roots with a world music flourish. Since 2012, the group has been a vehicle for his own compositions and arrangements.

Carlitos Medrano

Sabor de mi Cuba

Sat, Aug 13 @ 8pm
Latin Tropical Stage

Orquesta Taino

Sat, Aug 13 @ 9:45pm
Latin Tropical Stage

Inspired by bands and individuals such as Ray Barretto, Tito Puente, Willie Rosario, Eddie Palmieri and many others, Orquesta Taino has developed into one of the most solid, hard-hitting salsa bands in the Bay Area.

Orquesta Taino

Orquesta Taino

Sat, Aug 13 @ 9:45pm
Latin Tropical Stage

Telmary & Friends

Sun, Aug 14 @ Noon
Sobrato Organization Main Stage

Telmary is one of Cuba’s leading, cutting edge hip-hop and urban music artists. Her study of English, theater, and writing informed her work in the Havana music scene during the late ’90s and early 2000s.

Telmary & Friends

Sun, Aug 14 @ Noon
Sobrato Organization Main Stage

Kenya Moses’ Bossa e Bossa

Sun, Aug 14 @ 1pm
PG&E Silicon Valley Stage

An American vocalist of African American and Afro-Brazilian heritage, Kenya Moses shares the sounds of Brazilian Bossa Nova with her project Bossa e Bossa, which performs throughout California and beyond for both public and private events.

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Kenya Moses’ Bossa e Bossa

Sun, Aug 14 @ 1pm
PG&E Silicon Valley Stage
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Mario y su Timbeko

Sun, Aug 14 @ 3:30pm
Latin Tropical Stage

Formed by Cuban singer, songwriter and percussionist Mario “Mayito” Salomón, Timbeko incorporates elements of R&B, gospel, jazz and funk into the sounds of popular Cuban Salsa, also known as Timba.

Mario y su Timbeko

Mario y su Timbeko

Sun, Aug 14 @ 3:30pm
Latin Tropical Stage

Orquesta Latin Heat

Sun, Aug 14 @ 5:30pm
Latin Tropical Stage

Orquesta Latin Heat is one of the Bay Area’s most popular dance bands. Featuring a swinging three-piece horn section, fiery rhythms and authentic Latin percussion and vocals, the group performs sizzling Salsa, Merengue, Latin Jazz, cumbia and more.

Orquesta Latin Heat

Orquesta Latin Heat

Sun, Aug 14 @ 5:30pm
Latin Tropical Stage

Danie

Sun, Aug 14 @ 6pm
UA Local 393 Break Room Stage

Mexican-American LA native Danie showcases a sound that’s a thoughtful mixture of retro 60’s Chicano soul and ‘70s glam with a sultry R&B twist.

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Danie

Sun, Aug 14 @ 6pm
UA Local 393 Break Room Stage
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Orquesta Borinquen

Sun, Aug 14 @ 7:30pm
Latin Tropical Stage

Orquesta Borinquen features some of the youngest and most talented musicians in the Bay Area salsa scene today. Lead and directed by Bill Ortega Jr., Borinquen always puts on an electrifying show and then some.

Orquesta Borinquen

Orquesta Borinquen

Sun, Aug 14 @ 7:30pm
Latin Tropical Stage