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Win A Free Pair of tickets to Diego El Cigala, Latin-Grammy-Award Winning Spanish Gypsy Singer 

Sun., Oct. 23 2011
510-642-9988
Tickets Are Going Fast! Purchase Yours Today! AVAILABLE ONLINE OR BY PHONE: 800.838.3006

Enter to Win Tickets:
Email info@BayAreaFlamencoFestival.com with "East Bay Express Loves Cigala" in the subject line AND "Like" our page at facebook.com/bayareaflamenco

"When I listen to him, it warms my heart." - Paco De Lucia
"A conjurer of impulsiveness and abandon." - The New York Times

The Bay Area is thrilled with the news of Diego el Cigala's much anticipated debut here this Fall. Noted as a pioneer for his unique approach to Latin American music forms such as the bolero, tango and Afro-Caribbean jazz, Cigala won his first Latin Grammy for Bebo & Cigala: "Lagrimas Negras," hailed by critic Ben Ratliff of The New York Times as Album of the Year and "one of the great new cross-pollinating documents of Latin music." His latest album "Cigala & Tango" marries "Spanish flamenco with the equally gritty and powerful South American tango." -The Observer, UK.

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