Viva! was originally created 10 years ago by Rene Contreras with the vision of highlighting his hometown by performing backyard shows and gigs in Southern California.
“Viva! goes beyond just a music festival, it has a strong mission of building community and representation, which has led to its cult following that started in L.A. and has since gone global,”
“The fest celebrates those often overshadowed immigrants, the youth of color, the underserved, the working class in the suburbs, various marginalized communities and artists that have long been pushed out of the larger anglo music arena.”
How To Get Viva! L.A. Music Festival Tickets
The tickets to Viva! L.A. Music Festival will be available for sale on April 2 at 2 pm (Pacific Time).
Presale will start on April 2 at 10 am (Pacific Time).
Ticket prices vary from $200-$650 (+service fees).
It is more than just a festival. For every ticket sold, Viva! L.A. Music Festival will donate $1 to a non-profit organization based in Los Angeles called “No Us Without You LA.” The non-profit is known for providing food and supplies for the “undocumented migrants” who are the pillars of the hospitality industry in LA, to day laborers, street vendors, and other minorities and less represented families.
Daddy Yankee (performing for the first time after announcing retirement)
Los Dos Carnales
Los Tucanes de Tijuana
AB Quintanilla & Kumbia All Starz
Paquita La Del Barrio
Los Fabulosos Cadillacs
Shannon and the Clams
Voz De Mando
Luis Angel “El Flaco”
The Red Pears
La Sonora Dinamita
Los Del Limit
The New Jalisco Bar
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