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ROSALBA VALDEZ

LISTEN/ESCUCHA "LUCHA DE FAMILIAS"

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"She's Living in Sanctuary" music video

Featuring Xochitl-Quetzal Aztec Dance Group

UPCOMING

Jan 25, 8pm: SOFAR Chicago at the rookery - Tickets here

Feb 12, 2pm: Winter concert
at the national museum of mexican art

 

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RUIDO FEST 2021
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ALL MASKED UP and nowhere to go with Comedian Gwen La Rocka
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¡MUJER! Celebrando a La Trabajadora Esencial. An evening with singer/songwriter
Topo Chico Hard Seltzer Ad
Chicago Takes 10 sponsored by the Walder Foundation
Las Comadres of Comedy ft. Rosalba Valdez
Risas y Ritmo: Gwen La Rocka, Mariachi Sirenas, and Rosalba Valdez
MEX talks
Frida Fest

Holiday Expo & Toy Drive at Navy Pier
Winter Market Fest

Girl's Night
Kahlo Karnival at Purdue University Northwest

Andersonville Midsommarfest
Square Roots Fest 2022
Somos Summer Set at Harris Theater 2022
Viva Mexico Independence Day Festival
Pilsen Fest
Ritmo y Flow

"Saluda Mi Bandera" music video

Different versions on YouTube and Facebook

ABOUT ROSALBA

"Yo Soy Mexicana is a story of triumph"

Rosalba Valdez is a Mexican-American musician from Chicago. Regularly singing and playing her guitar for Sunday church services, community events, rallies, and protests, from the age of five, Rosalba grew up in an environment of activism and community engagement, all while finding her music had as much place in the movement for social justice as it did anywhere else. Rosalba learned that she could speak out about the injustices in her community and stay true to her identity all while pursuing her passion.

The name of her debut EP, “Yo Soy Mexicana,” comes from the immense pride Rosalba has for being Mexican-American born of immigrant parents. Her new single, "LUCHA DE FAMILIAS," reflects different stories in the immigrant community in the US and calls on her community to stand united. Her upcoming performances, such as at Pilsen Fest on September 17, will include this song, fitting for Mexican Independence Day and Latinx Heritage Month.

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773-747-0936

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