About Cabildo

Cabildo is a West Michigan based Alt.Latino music collective that delivers a unique blend of rock, folk, cumbia, ska, and other genres related to Latin-American music. The “Rock en Español” movement inspires many of their selections and original music.

Cabildo roughly means “Town Hall” in Spanish. Historically, cabildos were located throughout Latin-America and the Caribbean and doubled as locations where African slaves were permitted to play traditional music. Chants and drum parts were passed on from generation to generation during Spanish colonization and continued to live on through modern music.

Affectionately dubbed by Founders Brewing Company as “the world’s greatest Latin folk rock dance collective”, Cabildo has performed at various festivals and venues throughout West Michigan including Tulipanes Festival, Hispanic Festival, Fiesta Mexicana, Eastown Street Fair, Buttermilk Festival, Muskegon Summer Celebration, MAJIC Concert Series, Aquinas College, Grand Valley State University, Wealthy Theater, Pyramid Scheme, The Intersection, HopCat, The Winchester, Creston Brewery, Urban Institute of Contemporary Arts (UICA), Muskegon Art Museum, Red Hydrant Press, St. Cecilia Music Society, Grand Rapids Public Library, WYCE, and Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park.

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