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Ana Tijoux with Special Guest: Salt Cathedral
Thu | Mar 14
Show: 7:00 pm
$35.00 Learn More

ABOUT THIS EVENT

Doors: 7pm Show: 8pm ALL AGES Ana Tijoux is the Chilean hip-hop protester. Her cover letter could well be what media outlets like The Rolling Stones who chose her as the best rapper in Spanish, The New York Times who points to her as the Latin American response to Lauryn Hill, or magazines like Newsweek who ranks her as the most important Latin American rapper on the international scene. Ana Tijoux was born in Lillein 1977. Her parents went into exile during Augusto Pinochet's dictatorship in Chile, which has left a mark on her career, marked by a special sensitivity to political and social issues. Her music dialogues to the sound of hip hop, fused. A feminist and activist in her lyrics, she denounces social and cultural deficiencies. In favor of women's rights and against gender violence, in 2014 she highlighted in her album "Vengo" the song "Antipatriarch". They frequently participate in campaigns against inequality and oppression in the world. The Regent Theater is located in DTLA at 448 S Main Street. The Regent Theater is a cashless venue. For any ADA accommodations, please email us at [email protected]


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