• July 23, 2016
    7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Phone: 562.437.1689

628 Alamitos Avenue, Long Beach, California, 90802, United States


Molaa is the place to be this summer to experience the vibrancy of latin american music!

Our popular music series, En la Noche presents Pachamama Estela & Zapoteca Roots - two performances not to be missed.

Pachamama Estela, meaning “Earth Mother”, has its roots in the Los Angeles independent music circuit. Their sound is a fusion of world Roots Reggae influenced by Bob Marley, Steel Pulse, Sugar Minott, Bad Brains and others. They have performed at top live entertainment venues as the House of Blues, The Roxy and The Conga Room to name a few and have been featured at festivals such as LASS International Ska Reggae Festival, The Sun God Festival and others.

Zapoteca Roots, a Los Angeles band that has spent that last 9 years performing together. The band of six has stayed true to their roots by combing reggae with Colombia, Peruvian and Villera Cumbia. Powered by a vintage accordion sound, funky keyboard melodies, a thumping bass, and a rhythm section that energizes their live shows, audiences cannot get enough of their infectious beats.

Enjoy vendors, cash bar, photo booth, DogTown Dogs Food Truck and by sure to visit our galleries to view MOLAA At Twenty: 1996-2016.

Price will increase by $5 when purchased at door. 

To purchase tickets by phone call 562-483-1689.



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Next En La Noche: Saturday, August 20, 2016

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