TriTone Latin Music & Arts Festival October 19, 20 & 21
The first of its kind in cultural significance and stature, Tritone is a three-day music and arts festival (Oct. 19 – 21) catering to the Latino community, fans of Latin inspired arts and the greater Southern California region. Friday, October 19 will be a free event showcasing Latin Dj’s from Mexico. Saturday, October 20 a benefit show for High Desert Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Foundation “For at Risk Kids”. Sunday, October 21 the main event featuring Ozomatli, El Tri, Inspector and many more…
Tritone Latin Music & Arts Festival will showcase the biggest names in Latin music and art while also serving as a launching pad for emerging acts and artists. A multitude of genres will be on display all three days including but not limited to alternative rock, urban, pop and many more. Similar in breadth, Tritone’s art component will consist of gallery works, installations, interactive art and street art demonstrations. Together, Tritone’s music and art exhibitions will captivate festival goers for the event’s entire duration and surely be talked about until our follow-up next year.
The festival’s goal is to not only provide attendees with the best in Latin music and art, but to curate the best possible overall festival atmosphere. Accordingly, Tritone’s overnight camping experience will be a hallmark of the three-day festival. Vendors and events will attract, involve and engage attendees throughout the day and night. Set at Prado Regional Park among the serene hills of Chino, festival grounds will surround a gorgeous fresh-water lake with interspersed greenery.
Tritone Latin Music & Arts Festival’s location sits at an intersection of Southern California’s four most populous counties: Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino. The festival hopes to attract residents of all four regions while building a reputation worthy of national and international acclaim.
Ticket prices for Saturday will be $15 and $25 for Sunday. You may purchase tickets day of the event and online. For more information about the festival visit the official site: www.tritonefestival.com