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Felton Member Presale: Wed, 3/31 @ 10am PT
General On-Sale: Fri, 4/2 @ 10am PT
Doors 4pm // Show 5pm // ALL AGES
This is a socially distant pod show.
1. All pods are asked to show up together before entering
2. Parking is available for purchase. All pods must show up in one vehicle. One parking space per pod is available.
3. Until you're in your pod, masks must be worn at all times.
4. Temperatures will be taken when entering the venue.
5. Masks are required when entering & leaving the venue grounds.
6. Each pod will be 6 feet apart.
7. Hand sanitizer will be readily available on site.
8. Small chair*/blanket allowed.
*Low profile chairs will be permitted at the event. Please note that chair backs must be no higher than 28" and chair legs must be no higher than 8" to help ensure that all guests have the best view of the stage possible! Lawn blankets are welcome and highly encourage.Please use the interactive map above to select seats for your group of 2 or 6.
Tier 1: 6 Person Pods (in the 1st 2 rows) - $468 ($78/ticket)
Tier 2: 6 Person Pods - $228 ($38/ticket)
Tier 3: 2 Person Pods - $156 ($78/ticket)
Tier 4: 6 Person Pods - $168 ($28/ticket)
Tier 5: 2 Person Pods - $116 ($58/ticket)
Felton Music Hall Presents:
Since its inception in 1995, innovation and creativity have defined Ozomatli. Hailing from Los Angeles, the group found a way to represent the city's eclectic culture through music that appeals to the local community and the world beyond. Ozomatli's success is exemplified in an impressive variety of genres from classic to modern Latino, urban, hip-hop and other world styles. The "Dioses del Baile," or "Gods of Dance," have created one of the most exciting, captivating and flat-out fun live shows touring today. They continue to harness their musical instincts by conceiving new concepts and forging new sounds that keep fans on their toes and the world dancing.
The latest recording is an album of classic Mexican hits reimagined with a reggae feel. Titled Non-Stop: Los Angeles ? Mexico ? Kingston, it pays homage to the band's Latin roots, allowing them to personalize songs that defined their youth and in turn, become part of Latin and Pop music lore. Produced by drum & bass reggae legends, Sly & Robbie (Bob Dylan, The Rolling Stones, Peter Tosh, Jimmy Cliff, Madonna, No Doubt) and featuring various high profile guest vocalists, the album recreates the magic of classic Latin hits with a reggae dancehall vibe that only Ozomatli could make feel as natural as waves rolling in the Caribbean sands.
The album was born from the group's desire to pay tribute to the Mexican styles that influenced their youth. Originally conceived as a tribute to mariachi and Norteño, the band decided to expand the concept and include old and new artists and cover more eras all under the umbrella of reggae. Pairing reggae dancehall instrumentals with the already eclectic variety of Mexican music spoke to the band's desire to do something uniquely authentic for its 20th anniversary. The album includes classic Mexican songs such as "Sabor a Mi" and "Besame Mucho," but also songs by contemporary Mexican acts like Cafe Tacuba and Mana, Mexican-American greats like Selena, and classic legends like Santana. Ozomatli has always brought people and cultures together with their music and that is exactly what this album embodies, merging Jamaican influences with Mexican roots to lend an original Ozo sound to songs we all know.
Prior to paying respects to the classic Latin catalogue, Ozomatli was creating its own repertoire adored by fans and critics alike. The band catapulted to the top of the live music scene with its first eponymously titled album. The impact of the then 10-piece band's album was felt throughout the music world, and earned them the opportunity to open for Carlos Santana on his Supernatural tour. Following the success of its first album and touring with Santana and Mana, Ozomatli released its sophomore album, Embrace the Chaos, which garnered a Grammy award for Best Latin Rock/Alternative Album. The follow up album, Street Signs, won both the same award and the Latin Grammy Award for Best Alternative Music Album in 2005.
Ozomatli takes firm stances on various social justice issues. Their work focuses on giving voice to Latino culture, opportunity to children, fighting for workers' rights, and promoting global unity and peace amongst people, cultures and nations. Ozomatli were named Cultural Ambassadors for the U.S. State Department in 2006, was the first musical group to speak at the TED Conference in San Francisco, and performed for President and First Lady Obama at the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute's 32nd Annual Award Gala.
In addition to politics and social issues, Ozomatli emphasizes the importance of family and children. Ozomatli has strived to make music to be shared through the generations and have even recorded music specifically targeted towards children and families. Their 2012 release, Ozomatli Presents OzoKidz, features all original children's music that captures the innovation and liveliness that Ozo fans have become accustomed to, while educating children on the values of nature and knowledge. The band continues to perform the album at special OzoKidz concerts, where parents and children alike dance and play along on OzoKidz kazoos.
With Non-Stop, Ozomatli continues creating music for entire families and communities. By recreating these classic Latin songs, Ozo redefines their meaning and reimagines their beauty for generations to come. As Ozomatli percussionist and MC, Justin Poree, puts it, "Anyone who is eight or 80 will recognize "Sabor a Mi" or "Besame Mucho." These rhythmically and melodically rich songs bridge the generational gap, captivate all who listen, and beautifully mesh a variety of rich cultures.
with NANCY SANCHEZ
Nancy Sánchez’ “La Gran Civilización”: a musical tour de force unstoppable in any language. (IndiePulse)
The award-winning, bilingual singer-songwriter Nancy Sanchez proudly presents her newest album, LaGran Civilización. Available on all digital platforms, the mariachi-inspired, Latinx artist’s second albumto-date includes eleven songs featuring a mix of styles that Nancy calls “Mexican-American Art Pop”.Nancy represents a new voice in the world of ranchera music, providing a first-person, woman'sperspective within a historically male-dominated genre.
La Gran Civilización features a collaboration with ®Latin Grammy-winning all-female mariachi bandFlor De Toloache on “Puerta Del Sol”. Nancy also collaborates with the all-female mariachi groupMariachi Las Colibrí on the song “Que Te Perdone Dios”, featuring an arrangement by mariachi legendPepe Martinez Jr. The album also includes a collaboration with La Voz USA standout Raymundo on“In Other Words”, which is also the title track of a feature film by filmmakers Patrick Perez and CristinaNava. Los Angeles favorites Cuñao, Kennedy Center Artist Fellow MC Olmeca, and Mexico City-based,alt-rock singer-songwriter Madame Récamier also make appearances on the album.
La Gran Civilización was produced by Joaqun Pacheco as well as the Grammy-winningRobert Carranza (Los Lobos, Ozomatli, Marilyn Manson, Jack Johnson) and Kennedy(BØRNS). Mastered by Grammy winner Robert Hadley of Hadley Mastering.
Nancy Sanchez is a natural songwriter and performer. She is also an award winning Jazzvocalist. Born in Toluca Mexico, then making her home in the United States as a young girl, hermusic is a reflection of two cultures. You will hear elements of Mexican Folkloric, Jazz, LatinAlternative and pop in her live set.
Nancy’s album American Novio was selected by NPRs Alt-Latino Radio program for theirBest of 2017.
Nancy has performed at beautiful venues including Las Vegas House of Blues, The DorothyChandler Pavilion, Hollywood Forever Cemetery for Dia de Los Muertos and the JohnAnson Ford Theatre.
3 Time Winner OC Music Awards Jazz and Latin
New Single “Puerta del Sol” featuring Latin Grammy winning and Grammy
nominated Flor de Toloache
Nancy Sanchez guest performs in Season 3 of the STARZ original series VIDA 2020.
Nancy Sanchez wrote the title track and placed 4 songs in the Feature film In OtherWords accepted into Milan Film Festival, San Diego Latino Film Festival, OklahomaCine Latino Film Festival and the Omaha Film Festival in Nebraska.
Nancy Sanchez placed her song “Noches de Amor” in the FX Channel original seriesMAYANS MC
Nancy’s song Puerta del Sol is currently featured in the Nickelodeon National HispanicHeritage Month campaign.
Music Degree California State University Los Angeles, Emphasis on Jazz - Magna CumLaude.
Nancy’s songwriting will be featured in collaborations with Latin Grammy winners Flor deToloache, Latin Grammy winner Ulises Lozano of Kinky, Mariachi legend Pepe MartinezJr. son of Mariachi Vargas legend Pepe Martinez, La Voz USA standout Raymundo, and JLo’sguitar player Andy Abad, Mexican pop star Madame Recamier, all female Mariachi Las Colibriand Lupita Infante, granddaughter of Mexican legend Pedro Infante.
In 2019, Nancy signed with Universal Music Publishing and ONErpm for all current digitalreleases.