26 de enero de 2021
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CALIFORNIA’S OWN LATINO BAND ‘LAS CAFETERAS’ BROUGHT THEIR FUSION OF HIP-HOP AND SON JAROCHO TO THREE XFINITY STORES IN FRESNO, OAKLAND AND SAN JOSE

To promote its newly launched Xfinity Mobile service and to get ready for Día de los Muertos, Comcast brought free performances and meet and greets with California’s home-grown band Las Cafeteras to three of its stores.

 Las Cafeteras creates a positive message by fusing vibrant music with a unique East LA sound.

Las Cafeteras creates a positive message by fusing vibrant music with a unique East LA sound.

To promote its newly launched Xfinity Mobile service and to get ready for Día de los Muertos, Comcast brought free performances and meet and greets with California’s home-grown band Las Cafeteras to three of its stores.

Attendees at each location had access to a free acoustic performance and a chance to get autographs and take photos with members of the band. In addition, attendees enjoyed Día de los Muertos themed face painting, games, event customized Snapchat filters and giveaways, while learning how the new Xfinity Mobile wireless phone service could save them money.

Born and raised east of the Los Angeles River, members of Las Cafeteras are remixing roots music while telling modern day stories. Las Cafeteras creates a positive message by fusing vibrant music with a unique East LA sound. Their Afro-Mexican beats, rhythms, and rhymes deliver inspiring lyrics that document stories of a community seeking love and justice in the concrete jungle of Los Angeles. Las Cafeteras uses music as a vehicle to build bridges among different cultures and communities, and create “a world where many worlds fit.”

For more information on Xfinity Mobile, go to XfinityMobile.com.

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