Ajúa is proud to showcase the best of Chicago’s Latino Music featuring international and national special guests at Emporium (Wicker Park) on Jan. 24 —>tickets available here.
Los Angeles based singer-songwriter from Quito, Ecuador has used his love for aviation and travel to create music that speaks of humanity and self discovery. His music drives strong emotion not only through lyricism but also by his touching story.
Karma Wears White Ties: A pop indie band inspired by Interpol and synth wave, have gotten major international recognition throughout United States and Mexico for their catchy leads and their clean blend of electronic sounds.
You Are Here: Established as one of Chicago’s first Spanish indie rock bands who have successfully broken language, cultural and genrational barriers. They have performed at some of the biggest festivals and venues in Chicago including Ruido Fest, Mole de Mayo, and Villapalooza to name a few.
Gaby Luna: A Mexican acoustic pop singer/songwriter that has gained recognition for her unique voice and seamless songwriting adeptness that combines a story of both the joys and heartaches of life. Gaby Luna has shared the stage with some of the biggest music influencers in Latin America including Belanova, Carla Morrison, and Noel Schajris to name a few. Through her music, Gaby Luna has obtained over half a million views on her YouTube and continues to perform to express her love for music.
Hosts: Décima & Michael Goebel
Deejay: Roger McFly
Visuals: DJPalmtree (Dojo)
Free with RSVP.
Doors at 7pm
Emporium Wicker Park
1366 N Milwaukee Ave