Las Cafeteras presents Hasta La Muerte, A Day of the Dead Celebration, with special guest Lupita Infante
Wednesday, November 9 | 7:30 p.m.
Buy Tickets: Tier A $45 | Tier B $35
Hasta La Muerte is an enthralling new production rooted in the Indigenous Mexican practice of celebrating life and death during a holiday universally known as “Día de Los Muertos.” In honoring the ancestors who came before, Hasta La Muerte is a passionate, multi-dimensional performance filled with Zapateado, dance, song, and “altares y flores.” The evening features new works from Las Cafeteras, as well as inspired interpretations of traditional folk songs, such as “La Llorona,” “La Bruja,” and “La Morena.”
Special Guest Lupita Infante
Mexican American singer-songwriter and two-time Grammy nominee Lupita Infante is part of an emerging generation of ranchera artists who are so deeply steeped in their traditions that they possess the confidence and expertise to brilliantly remake them for their Millennial and Gen Z fans. Infante’s name is instantly familiar to tens of millions of Mexicans, as she is the granddaughter of Pedro Infante Cruz (1917-1957), the most beloved Mexican singer and actor of the 20th century.