The 16th of September 1810 the priest Don Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla declared the Mexican independence from Spain by ringing the church bells in the small town of Dolores. This is known as The Cry of Dolores - El Grito de Dolores, and every year this cry is reenacted on the Mexican Independence Day.
Aside from the cry, we have lots of entertainment lined up:
The eminent and famous mexican group BOLA SURIANA will give a concert. Since its founding, Bola Suriana has worked hard to present traditional and popular music from Mexico and other Latin American countries, especially indigenous and mestiza music from Michoacán, as well as Canto Nuevo (protest music) which has surfaced as its own type of music.
Mexican singer/songwriter Julian Maraboto will play a few of his songs. Julian is currently living i Denmark and tours the country regularly both solo and with his band Los Fuegos
We will also be honored with beautiful traditional songs by Edith Tamayo. Edith has worked as a singer in theatre, television and opera and she has also worked with internationally acclaimed artists, such as Juan Gabriel, Amparo Ochoa and Lola Beltran.
Mambe & Danochilango
This dynamic duo is comprised of an MC and a DJ/
producer, and this night they will present their newest music video La Llorona!
We sell jarritos, mexican beer and delicious tequila & mezcal.