The Latin Alternative Music Conference (LAMC) returns to New York this summer for their 19th anniversary celebration, including free concerts at City Parks Foundation’s SummerStage featuring Gabriel Garzón-Montano, Nicola Cruz, and Tomasa del Real with Latin Bitman DJ’ing between sets on Wednesday, July 11th; Systema Solar and Very Be Careful on Thursday, July 12th; and Jorge Drexler, ÌFÉ, and Trending Tropics on Saturday, July 14th.

Wednesday, July 11th – Central Park

Gabriel Garzón-Montano / Nicola Cruz / Tomasa del Real / Latin Bitman

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Thursday, July 12th

Celebrating Colombian Culture at Queensbridge Park

Systema Solar / Very Be Careful

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Saturday, July 14th – Central Park

Jorge Drexler / Trending Tropics / ÌFÉ

 

Join thousands of musicians, entrepreneurs, DJs, journalists, marketers, managers, programmers and all kinds of music lovers and forward-thinkers in New York City to celebrate LAMC’s last teenage year at the Stewart Hotel in Midtown Manhattan. Discounted registration is now open at only $99 through May 5th at LatinAlternative.com.

About LAMC
The LAMC (Latin Alternative Music Conference) is the largest Latin music conference in the U.S. Dubbed the “Sundance of Latin music”, LAMC is also is the only major conference celebrating and supporting genres of Latin music that are left of center. LAMC celebrates its 19th anniversary in 2018 and is once again taking over New York City with events, stages, art, culture and outreaches. Over the years, an endless stream of artists, writers, bloggers, filmmakers, chefs, poets and future thinkers have all gotten together for a week of panels,
showcases, parties and networking.
www.latinalternative.com

About SummerStage
SummerStage, a program of City Parks Foundation, is New York’s largest free outdoor performing arts festival. SummerStage annually presents more than 100 performances in 18 parks throughout the five boroughs. With performances ranging from American pop, Latin, world music, dance, and theater, SummerStage fills a vital niche in New York City’s summers arts festival landscape. Since its inception 33 years ago, more than six million people from New York City and around the world have enjoyed SummerStage. SummerStage is presented by Capital One. Visit SummerStage.org for more information.

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