Pepe Aguilar  

 Pepe Aguilar 2007
With a towering reputation to match his 6’5” frame, Pepe Aguilar has continued the popular Ranchera music traditions established by his legendary father, Antonio Aguilar Sr. In 2002, Pepe became the first Mexican regional music singer to perform at the Hollywood Bowl. He was also the first Hispanic to sing at the Kodak Theater. Pepe Aguilar will make his debut at Fiesta Broadway which is now in its 18th and most exciting year.


 Bronco 2006
The five-member group from Monterey, Mexico’s popularity continues to soar as their recordings craft a sound honoring the Norteno tradition while incorporating modern instruments. During the 80’s and 90’s, Bronco owned the #1 spot on the Billboard Magazine charts for radio airplay and retail record sales. Bronco made their Fiesta Broadway debut in 2006 singing songs from their most recent album release called “Por Ti”.

  La Ley 2005
Popular musical artists La Ley, the GRAMMY Award winning trio widely regarded as one of the pillars of contemporary Latin Rock and Pop, will make their first-ever appearance on the stages of Fiesta Broadway – Los Angeles’ official “Cinco de Mayo” street festival and cultural celebration on Sunday, May 1st.
Lucero 2004
"La Reina" for 2004 performed brilliantly, along with the popular Pedro Fernandez, at Fiesta's main McDonald's stage. The beautiful Lucero was rewarded with an overwhelming show of love and appreciation from her fans. The sun that day was very hot -- but Lucero proved even hotter -- and moments like that make Fiesta Broadway "way cool" in any year.
  Alicia Villareal 2003
Singer Alicia Villarreal was named "Reina de la Fiesta Broadway 2003" along with Los Tucanes de Tijuana, who were named "Grandes Mariscales" of the event. Also, Victor Manuelle, and Ana Barbara were among the many top stars who performed live at this year's Fiesta Broadway.
  Celia Cruz 1995, 2002
At Fiesta 2002, the legendary "Queen of Salsa" continued her reign as an incredible performer when she drew thousands to the AARP stage at Fourth & Main. Celia was one of the 50 + performers who appeared on one of five Fiesta Broadway SuperStages.
  Paulina Rubio 2001
" La Chica Dorada" Paulina Rubio was the Queen of Fiesta Broadway along with our Grand Marshall, "The Golden Boy" himself, Oscar De La Hoya. Paulina is on her way to becoming the next cross-over sensation capable of drawing huge audiences in both the Hispanic and General market.
  Oscar De La Hoya 2001
Oscar De La Hoya is a man of incredible talent – and we’re just talking about his singing! At Fiesta Broadway 2001, Oscar was our Grand Marshall and wowed the crowd by belting out a tune instead of his opponents in the ring. Look for this Latin GRAMMY Award nominee to keep making hits long after he leaves boxing.
  Marc Anthony 1992, ‘93
On his way to the upper echelon of Pop stardom, Marc Anthony headlined Fiesta Broadway and blew the crowd away with his rendition of "Palabra De Alma". Marc Anthony was the Grand Marshall of Fiesta Broadway in 1992 and ’93! He performed from a SuperStage sponsored by AT&T and attracted thousands to their exhibit Pavilion located near the stage.
  Selena 1992
Part of her legend was forged on stage at a memorable Fiesta Broadway performance in 1992. Artists like Selena, who are dedicated to performing at free-to-the-public events such as Fiesta Broadway because they realize how important they are to fans, continue to draw huge crowds year after year to our event.
  Carlos Ponce 1999
It was just a little over ten years ago when a new face appeared in the entertainment world with nothing more than a dream to inspire him. Three albums and three soap operas later, Carlos Ponce has emerged as a credible and talented entertainer who has carved a permanent niche for himself in Latin entertainment as a singer, songwriter and actor as well as television host and producer. We’re proud that his appearance at Fiesta ’99 helped bring this popular Puerto Rican entertainer to hundreds of thousands of Fiesta fans.

  Chayanne 1998
Fiesta ’98 was a breakout year for this Latin singing and dancing sensation when he strutted his stuff as our 9th Annual Grand Marshall. Chayane’s appearance at Fiesta Broadway main stage set the table for his continuing success as a matinee idol and popular recording artist.
  Fey 1999
One of Mexico’s top Pop music sensations, this vibrant songstress is known for the incredible and positive energy she puts into every one of her songs. A perennial chart topper on the Latin scene, Fey’s star power is still on the rise and she remains a huge fan favorite whenever she appears at Fiesta Broadway!
  Tito Puente 1996
At Fiesta ’96 another legend graced the stages of our Fiesta Broadway and served as our 7th Annual’s Grand Marshall. The heat of Tito Puente’s unique blend of skills and showmanship helped burn Salsa, Mambo and Latin music into the American consciousness – and hundreds of thousands of his fans came to see him play for free at Fiesta Broadway in Los Angeles!
  Marco Antonio Solis 1999
Duly noted by fans and fellow artists as one of the most talented men in music today, Marco Antonio Solis headlined Fiesta 1999 and, true to expectations, moved the crowded streets with songs of desire, dreams and love. When it comes to his music, this top performer never misses a beat, never blinks an eye and always reaches out to his loving fans.
  Thalia 1995, ‘97
Although this arrestingly beautiful and talented performer was a TV star in Mexico since she was nine years old, it wasn’t until 1995 that she first enthralled Fiesta fans with her voice and with her energized performance. By popular demand, Thalia returned as our "Queen" in 1997. This beloved Diva is poised to become another great "cross-over" Latin sensation capable of making music that speaks to people everywhere.
  Jose Feliciano 1993
In 1966, while recording his "Bagful of Soul" album, Jose began singing in Spanish. The result was the birth of yet another musical legend who’s talent and song-craft eventually made its way to our Fiesta Broadway stages. Named our "Grand Marshall" in 1993. Jose’s career and legend continue to grow as he records more soulful songs and brings joy to new generations of music fans.

Los Tigres Del Norte 1998
They have been called the musical authors of the Latino immigrant experience. These "Tigers of the North" are considered the greatest and longest-running norteño band. At Fiesta Broadway ’98, their performance galvanized Fiesta fans with their impassioned music that spoke to the heart of the grassroots Latino-American experience. "Los Tigres…" has packed dance halls with their beguiling blend of corridos and dance-friendly polkas for more than three decades.