LA3C Festival closes with a Latin show
The final performance featured Maluma, Fonseca and Gerardo Ortiz.
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LA3C, which occurred this weekend, is a music, art and food festival held in Los Angeles honored the Hispanic community of Los Angeles County. The county is currently home to more than 4.8 million Hispanics, representing nearly half the area's population.
LA3C was packed with entertainment and fun experiences throughout the weekend, "from world-class musical performances and iconic art installations, to food and flavors representing the city's diverse palate," reads the event's website.
Among the performances that took place on its last day on Sunday were from Panama's Chicocurlyhead, Mexican-American songwriter Monogem, Spain's Marc Seguí and his band, Colombia's Fonseca and Mexican regional music artist Gerardo Ortiz.
The closer for the day Maluma, who took the stage with his worldwide hit "Hawaii."
"Today, my heart stopped as if it was my first time singing," said the Colombian as he left the stage. "Now, I give you my heart."
The urban artist also performed his songs "Felices los 4," "Corazón," "Carnaval," "Sobrio," and "Chantaje," among others.
Juan Mora, General Director of LA3C, told Oxtero that the goal of the festival was "to create a lineup that celebrates the range of musical genres that Los Angeles has to offer, including pop, hip-hop, R&B, K-Pop, regional Mexican music, EDM and more, and for attendees to discover new artists while enjoying the names they know and love."