31st Annual Concert of Colors launch

The public is invited to experience the vibrant and multifaceted Latino music culture by attending the free 31st Annual Concert of Colors in Mexicantown, presented in collaboration with MexicantownCDC. Enjoy an exciting mix of live musical performances featuring a diverse range of talented artists, including Las Cafeteras, RicanStruction, Camilla Cantu, Gabriel Duran, Ballet Folklorico Raíces Mexicanas, DJ Cisco, and Violines Cromáticos at the Cesar Chavez Upper Elementary. Immerse yourself in the dynamic and varied sounds of Las Cafeteras and Detroit's local talent for an unforgettable experience. (Then the 31st Annual Concert of Colors continues at the Detroit Institute of Arts July 19-23, 2023 lineup announcement soon! Enjoy vendors, dance, food trucks, information tables and more!)

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