ALMA ANDINA (Album Release) and LOS ROLLING RUANAS

The Cedar Presents

ALMA ANDINA (Album Release) and LOS ROLLING RUANAS

Fri, July 27, 2018

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

Cedar Cultural Center - Global Roots

Minneapolis, MN

$13 Advance / $15 Day of Show

This event is all ages

This is a standing show with an open floor.

General Admission tickets are available online, by phone, ​at Depth of Field, Electric Fetus, and The Cedar during shows. 

Alma Andina
Alma Andina
Minneapolis/St. Paul-based band Alma Andina combines traditional instruments from South America such as the pan flutes, charango, and bombo, among others to perform in an array of Latin styles such as Cumbia, Salsa, Guajira, Reggaeton, Reggae, and more. This "Electro Andean Party" brings a mix of musical flavors and rhythms, inviting the community to dance, party, meet new people and cultures, and ultimately, to feel free and unified.

Ten year veterans on the scene, Alma Andina are always evolving their instrumentation, line up, and sound. Their diverse line up of musicians includes Vladimir Garrido and Nicolas Muñoz from Chile, Miguel Gonzales of Mexico, Fernando Quiñones from Puerto Rico, and Lewis Hill II, Zach Eyl, and Zack Lewis from the USA.
Los Rolling Ruanas
Los Rolling Ruanas
Rolo
adjective | \’ro- lo\ | (Colombia)
: of Bogota
: from Bogota

Ruana
noun | ru·a·na | \rü-’ä-na\
: a woolen covering resembling a poncho, worn by the peasants of the Colombian Andes.

Rock ‘n’ roll was born out of sheer boldness. Blending blues and country music together—both rural genres—was one of the most revolutionary acts in history and it gave birth to one of the most amazing and wild music genres.

Hailing from Bogota, Colombia—a place that oozes music creativity—Los Rolling Ruanas came to destroy preconceptions and, loyal to their legacy, put rural back in rock ‘n’ roll. Yeah, rural!

Their sound is a tribute to Colombian Andean peasants, their culture and their music: carranga*. Los Rolling Ruanas took the typical acoustic instruments and made them rock harder than ever. What could be more rock ‘n’ roll than redefining rock ‘n’ roll, huh?

The four fellas who put their ruanas on and made people realize carranga has always been cool are:
Juan Diego Moreno: is the main singer and keeps the beat by scraping the guacharaca
Fer Cely: rocks the strings of his requinto and sings backing vocals
Luis González: ferociously plays the acoustic guitar and sings backing vocals
Jorge Vinasco: plays the Colombian-born 12-string tiple and sings backing vocals

* By the way, carranga [ka’raga] means ‘carcass’. Ain’t that cool?
Venue Information:
Cedar Cultural Center - Global Roots
416 Cedar Ave S
Minneapolis, MN, 55454
http://www.thecedar.org/

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Ticket options and info

PLEASE NOTE: Tickets are not always available at Depth of Field, Electric Fetus & The Cedar.

Check the top of this page under the “Buy Tickets” button for up-to-date ticket information.

  • Phone: 612-338-2674 ext 0 between 12 noon and 4pm M-F ($2 fee per ticket)
  • In person: Tickets can be purchased at The Cedar when we are open for shows. Check our calendar for show dates and door times  (no fee; cash, check, credit card). Our other ticket outlets are Depth of Field (no fee; cash or check only), and Electric Fetus (approximately $2 fee).
  • Online: (On Ticketfly, typically $2–$3 fee/ticket + $1 restoration fee) until 2 hours before door time on day of show
  • The Cedar is an all ages venue
  • Discounts: Students with ID, seniors over 65, and children under 12 may purchase tickets at a discount at the door (subject to ticket availability).
  • Access: The Cedar strives to make our facilities and programming available to as many community members as possible and will accommodate special requests to the best of our ability. To request special accommodations or seating at an upcoming Cedar show, please contact our box office at 612-338-2674 or info@thecedar.org.