Latino Edge Magazine



Shining the Spotlight on the Latino Community

Latinos have a lot to offer when it comes to culture and trends. Latino Edge Magazine is an online magazine devoted to examining the issues affecting the Hispanic community. Through our virtual platform, we can freely exchange ideas and share aspirations to inspire our fellow Latinos in California and worldwide. Contact us to learn more about our offerings or subscribe to our magazine today!

Latin History for Morons
Tony® and Emmy® Award winner John Leguizamo, the self-professed ghetto scholar, tales Americans through a history lesson unlike no other. From schooling the audience on Cinco de Mayo—no, it’s not the Latino Fourth of July—and every other aspect of misunderstood part of Latin history they’ve misunderstood and forgotten to creating a heartfelt and funny tribute. From a mad recap of the Aztec empire to stories of the unknown Latin patriots who won American independence, Leguizamo breaks down the 3,000 years between the Mayans and Pitbull into 110 irreverent and incisive minutes.

Performances take places at the Ahmanson Theater in DTLA thru October 20.

For tickets and information visit LATIN HISTORY

El Velorio Celebrates 10 Years of Artistry & Culture

Saturday, October 12th El Velorio returns with new artists, sounds and attractions to kick off  Dia de Los Muertos celebration season.

This is a great opportunity to learn about and support some of the best local, up-and-coming, well known and renowned Latino artists who will have their works on display throughout the event. 

This is the largest Day of the Dead art show ever assembled, according to the event's creator, Antonio Pelayo and will also feature musical entertainment, a car show, face painting, a fashion show , food and drinks. A special Carlos Almaraz documentary screening will also be available to guests attending.

For tickets and event details, visit EL VELORIO

CONTEST: Win two free tickets to El Velorio on Saturday, October 12th at Plaza de la Raza by sharing your best Dia de Los Muertos face painted mask. Only one submission per person. Must be submitted by 8pm on Thursday, October 10, 2019 to [email protected] Email must also contain individuals contact information including cell phone

Winner will be announced and notified at 2pm on Friday, October 11, 2019. Must be 21 years or older to enter. Images submitted will not be returned or used in any future promotions.


House of Blues Anaheim Presents: Banda Machos

Jalisco, Mexico's famous norteño group Banda Machos have helped paved the way for the la quebradita style in Mexican music, melding banda with ranchera and cumbia to create a more danceable approach. Debuting in the 1990's with their first album, Serían las Dos, Banda Machos continues to electrify audience around the globe.

They take the stage on Friday, October 11 at the all-new House of Blues Anaheim with a venue featuring four distinctive and exciting environments under one roof. For tickets visit BANDA MACHOS


Intocable Celebrates 25 Years of Music

The legendary group, Intocable, brings their unique brand of Norteño music to the Anaheim House of Blues on Friday, June 14th and Saturday, June 15th.

Selling over 50 million albums worldwide, Intocable is recognized as innovators in the music industry. 

Additional shows include:

11/2                 City National Civic                               San Jose, CA

11/7                 Ace of Spades                                      Sacramento, CA

11/8                 Ace of Spades                                     Sacramento, CA

11/9                 Dolby Theatre                                      Hollywood, CA


LA Philharmonic En Espanol

The Los Angeles Philharmonic, under the direction of Venezuelan-Spanish conductor Gustavo Adolfo Dudamel Ramírez, has launch an all Spanish language website for patrons, supporters and those interested in learning more about the LA Phil and its performances at the Hollywood Bowl and Disney Hall.

The new website is


La Vida de Los Muertos

The art show features fine artwork and photography presenting an intimate exhibition that explores the poignant and playful kinship between life and death. The imagery helps bridge the correlation between mortality and life beyond. 

The exhibit opens on Saturday, October 12 and runs through November 2.

For more information visit LA VIDA


Forever Flamenco presents ‘Evocar’

at the Fountain Theatre

Music and dance join to evoke bring out the hidden and recall the past.

According to Jose Monge Cruz, “Flamenco has one school, to transmit or to not transmit.”

This profound performance features director, Melissa Cruz, dancers, Vanessa Albalos, Melissa Cruz, Manuel Gutierrez, singer, Jose Cortes, guitarist, Andres Vadin, and percussionist, Diego Alvarez
Sunday, Oct. 27 at 8 p.m.

The performance takes place at The Fountain Theatre, located at 5060 Fountain Ave., Los Angeles CA 90029 (Fountain at Normandie).

Call (323) 663-1525, or visit for tickets and information.

• VIP seating (first two rows): $50
• Regular seating: $40
• Senior/Student: $30


Scarium of the Pacific: Spooktacular Halloween Fun Returns

The Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach wants you to dive into the dark depths of the Aquarium, where there’s more fun than fright this Halloween season! 

Discover the eerie creatures lurking in the depths at the twentieth annual Scarium of the Pacific on Saturday and Sunday, October 26 and 27, 2019, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Kids of all ages can look for creepy-looking animals while enjoying special Halloween activities and learning about the ocean.


The two day event features a children’s costume contest, magic shows, underwater pumpkin carving, spooky storytelling, kooky crafts, the creepy coloring contest, and otherworldly animals in the Great Hall.


The Aquarium of the Pacific is located at 100 Aquarium Way, Long Beach, CA, 90802. Included with general admission--$34.95 adult (12+), $31.95 senior (62+), $24.95 child (3-11), and free for children under age 3 and Aquarium members.

Visit AQUARIUM for more details.

Weekend Wrap Up

MoLAA will host three events this weekend including El Exporatorio Artist Panel on Saturday, June 23 followed by two events on Sunday, June 24 - The Festival of Innovation and a Craft Beer Festival.

For ticket information visit MOLAA.


And Away They Go...Santa Anita Latino Celebrations

The thrill and prestige of horse racing returns to Los Angeles and Santa Anita has events you do not want to miss.

From Wine festivals, family fun zone, chili cook offs and Mardi Gras, there is something for everyone. Brunch is also available on Saturdays and Sundays in the Front Runner with club access.

This weekend Banda Machos take over the infield on Sunday, June 24. For tickets and details on these and upcoming events visit SANTA ANITA