Chicana/o Studies Department de CSUN 45th Anniversary Benefit Concert

CHS Benefit Concert

CHS Benefit Concert

Saturday, October 25, 2014 – 6:30pm

Location: CSUN Plaza del Sol 

Cost: $50 adults, $25 children under 12

Chicana/o Studies Department 45th Anniversary Benefit Concert
Celebrating 45 years of Mexican music, song, and dance
La Raza Alumni Association Scholarship Fundraiser

Performances by: Conjunto Hueyapan, Ixya Herrera, Veto Ruiz, Ballet Folklórico Ollin, and Mariachi Estrella de Jalisco de Ernesto Molina

The Concert will feature CSUN Chicana/o Studies faculty, alumni, and associates who have achieved regional, national and international distinction through their teaching and performance of traditional Mexican music, song and dance.  All ticket proceeds benefit the CSUN MEChA Scholarship fund, Ignacio Pulido Scholarship fund, and the Adrian and Ezekial Rodriguez Scholarship fund.

Ticket Information – Reserved Seating
Cash/Check: Tickets can be purchased at the Chicana/o Studies main office, Jerome Richfield Hall 148 from 8:30am-4:30pm, Monday-Friday.
Cash/Credit: Tickets are available at CSUN’s University Student Union Box Office Monday-Friday from 9am-5pm. Tickets can also be purchased the night of the event at the Plaza del Sol Performance Hall Box Office beginning at 6pm.

Parking Information
Parking for Plaza del Sol Performance Hall is located in the G3 parking structure. The G3 parking structure is accessed by entering Prairie Street from Zelzah Avenue.  Parking passes are $6.00 and can be purchased at machines within each parking structure or Information Booth #3 located on Prairie Street off of Zelzah Avenue.  Parking passes can also be pre-purchased at www.thepermitstore/csun/event  (select Event: General Parking).

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