SELA Arts Festival at the L.A. River

Quetzal is a Grammy winning Chicano Rock band from East Los Angeles. The band was founded by Quetzal Flores, with the intention of pushing the boundaries of Chicano music and is currently one of Los Angeles' most important and successful groups. They play a mix of Mexican and Afro-Cuban rhythms, jazz, rhythm and blues, and rock music, supercharged by the dynamic vocals of lead singer and composer Martha Gonzalez. Their commitment to using art as a tool for social change is informed and inspired by global grassroots movements.

Quetzal SELA Arts Festival

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SELA Arts Festival at the L.A. River

2019 date TBA

Come celebrate the arts and culture of the Southeast with local artists, L.A. River stakeholders, and our community! Participants include SELA artists and vendors, L.A. River organizations and local food trucks. There will also be plenty of family-friendly activities, theater, dance, music and more!

In the L.A. River channel
5400 Monroe Ave.
South Gate, CA 90280
**No alcohol, no smoking and no glass allowed!

Bike, walk or drive to the site.
Parking available at Hollydale Park.