ABOUT: A Colombian teenage girl has to face the frustration of being the only member of her family without magical powers.
MOVIE LENGTH: 1 Hours 42 minutes
LOCATION: LA State Historic Park - 1245 N. Spring St. , Los Angeles, CA 90012
FULL BAR - No outside alcohol permitted.
TIME: Doors 5:30pm. Band 6:45pm. Movie 8:00pm.
BAND: La Mera Candelaria
FOOD TRUCKS: TBA
*Food Trucks are subject to change*
ADVANCE TICKETS: General Admission $19. Children General Admission (Ages 6-12) $10. Reserved Section $25. Reserved Section Children (Ages 6-12) $15. Children ages 5 & under are FREE.
DOOR: General Admission $24. Children General Admission (Ages 6-12) $15. Reserved Section $30. Reserved Section Children (Ages 6-12) $20. Children ages 5 & under are FREE.
RESERVED SEATING: The Reserved Section is premium seating on the field in front of the screen, which is exclusively for Reserved ticket holders. You may arrive at any time. Seating is first come, first serve for both General Admission and Reserved sections.
PARKING: Free street parking. $20 VIP Parking $15 GA Parking. Pre-purchased parking only.
CHAIRS: Low chairs only, which sit 6 inches off the ground (e.g. beach chairs). No tall chairs, please. If you need any assistance during the event, our Street Food Cinema Staff will be happy to assist you.
– Restrooms are available for public use.
– On-site food trucks will be available.
– If you or anyone within your group has or is experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, we ask you to please stay home to ensure the health and safety of our audience and staff.
DOGS: Fido friendly, Fido approved! Leashed dogs welcome.
*Event details are subject to change
La Mera Candelaria, a woman-fronted, Caribbean salsa/cumbia project based in LosAngeles, CA, has a unique musical style that is a light-hearted, vivacious mixture of tropical rhythms; sassy, humorous lyrics that deliver a powerfully feminist message; and a humble, countryside flavor! The project's combination of coastal Colombian-inspired cumbia with Son Caribeño is what makes it so unique and unforgettable -- while at times the rhythms and bass lines suggest classic cumbia, the group utilizes a Cuban tres as the lead instrument, and dip in and out of classic salsa rhythms, lending to the group's unmistakable earthy, Caribbean sabór. Featuring only live instrumentation and a small line-up, the group's style lends a unique sense of “throwback” to older traditions of Latinx music. Though the music itself is a modern interpretation of traditional Latinx musical styles, La Mera’s message is as cutting-edge, contemporary, and timely as it gets.The project was launched in summer 2017 by Bay Area musical transplant, Stephani "La Mera" Candelaria, a queer fourth-generation Xicana, who has been performing as front-womxn/vocalist since 2008. Though still relatively new to the LA Latinx music scene, La Mera Candelaria's unique musical style and powerfully feminist content, combined with a dynamic and energetic performance, have already helped the group to build a strong following on the West Coast. Brett Callwood of LA Weekly writes: "Candelaria is a badass. A passionate and “sassy” (her word) performer with biting wit and no-nonsense feminism in the lyrics. She mashes the traditional and contemporary together, resulting in music that crosses the generational gap."