Oxnard Salsa Festival brings the legendary Percussionist Pete Escovedo on July 26th

This 26th annual festival celebrates its tradition with high quality concert, dance and food in one of the most famous destination in U.S.

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This 26th annual festival celebrates its tradition with high quality concert, dance and food in one of the most famous destination in U.S.

Enjoy Oxnard Salsa Festival from July 27th to July 28th, with salsa bands & salsa dancing, spicy foods & ice-cold drinks.

The artists will be in two stages during these two epic days of entertainment with spacious 2,400 sq ft dance floor featuring 6 different salsa bands.

Date: Saturday, July 27 – Sunday, July 28th

Time: 11:00am – 7:00pm

Kids under 10 are free

Venue: Plaza Park, Downtown Oxnard, California


~~~Friday Night Concert~~~

  • PETE ESCOVEDO & HIS ORCHESTRA

Date: July 26th

Price: $5 per person

Gates open at 5:30PM

The concert runs from 7:30PM to 9:30PM

Venue: Plaza Park. 5th & B Street Downtown Oxnard

Parking in the garage at 4th & B Street

Enjoy the Food Trucks or Bring a Picnic!

Beer, Wine & Margaritas available! *No outside Alcohol Permitted*

Pete Escovedo has a trajectory of more than 50 years in the music world industry. Currently, his Orchestra is considered one of the finest bands in Latin jazz with a mix of musicians from both Los Angeles and the Bay Area. Their music is a result between elements of jazz, R&B, Funk and contemporary music.

This California native Percussionist has been featured in performances and recordings by a wide range of Artists such as: Carlos Santana, Tito Puente, Mongo Santamaria, Anita Baker, George Duke, Andy Narell, Barry White, Angela Bofill, Arturo Sandoval, Poncho Sanchez, Prince, and more. To know more about Pete Escovedo, please visit his website:  http://peteescovedo.com/

Join them in welcoming Mr. Escovedo & his orchestra to Oxnard!

Event Detail:

https://oxnardsalsafestival.com/friday-night-kick-off-concert-details/

Social Channel:

https://www.facebook.com/pg/OxnardSalsaFestival/