Grammy award-winning band, Ozomatli, brings their high-energy concert experience to Greeley’s Union Colony Civic Center at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 29. With an eclectic sound featuring urban, Latino, and beyond, the group takes audiences around the world through the music of L.A.
Musicians and Cultural Ambassadors
Starting out as both political activists and musicians in L.A., the original band formed in 1995, combining genres like hip hop, salsa, R&B, and Jamaican ragga, just to name a few. Their early albums “Street Signs” and “Embrace the Chaos” both secured Grammy award wins, with “Streets Signs” earning a Latin Grammy award as well. Now in their 27th year together, Ozomatli recently released their newest album, “Marching On.”
In 2006, the U.S. State Department invited Ozomatli to serve as cultural ambassadors on a series of government-sponsored international tours, playing to audiences around the world. The City of L.A. designated April 23 as “Ozomatli Day,” in recognition of the group’s contributions to the cultural life of the city.
The Union Colony Civic Center staff is deeply grateful to the fall 2022 sponsors, whose generous support allows the UCCC to continue in its mission of providing the community with world-class entertainment. The fall 2022 semester sponsors include:
- Yoder Family of Companies
- McDonald Toyota
- Double Tree Greeley at Lincoln Park
- Pioneer Press
To become a sponsor, please contact Celeste McCorvey at firstname.lastname@example.org or 970-350-9878.
The UCCC, 701 10th Ave., is Northern Colorado's premier performing arts venue, owned and operated by the City of Greeley. With more than 100 events held per year, the UCCC offers various Broadway musicals, concerts, comedy shows, and many local dance and school performances.
Visit ucstars.com for more information and to purchase tickets. Connect with the UCCC at facebook.com/UnionColonyCivicCenter.