Coming up Aug. 23 will be reggae artist J Boog, whose following has now extended outside of Hawaii to the West Coast.
All shows are held at Plaza de Cesar Chavez in downtown San Jose and open with local acts starting at 5:30 p.m. Tickets are $15 in advance for general admission, $35 for a VIP experience, $20 and $40, respectively day of the show. Save $5 on advance general admission tickets w/code: REGGAE. Purchase tickets at musicintheparksj.com
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Ozomatli brings their melting pot of global sounds and rhythms from LA to SJ, an intoxicating blend of Latin rock, funk, and hip-hop. This is Ozomatli’s third appearance at Music in the Park (2013 and 2016). Ozomatli formed in Los Angeles in 1995.
The band is known for playing Latin, funk, hip-hop and other world styles that keep their fans on their toes and dancing. The band started their careers opening for Carlos Santana. Their second and third releases, “Embrace the Chaos” and “Street Signs”, won the Grammy Award for Best Latin Rock/Alternative Album.
More recently, they have been recreating Mexican Classics such as “Sabor a Mi” and “Besame Mucho.” They fight for social justices, were the first band to speak at the TED Conference and performed for President Obama.
Don’t miss these jams that cross over from Latin rock to funk and hip-hop.
Opening for Ozomatli is Cisco Kid War / Lowrider Tribute Band. Hear your favorite tunes by War.
This is Music in the Park’s 30th year.