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March 28, 2012


By: Aquarium of the Pacific Sponsored Feature
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Aquarium of the Pacific

Enjoy live Latin music, DJs, dancing, a SCUBA dive show, educational scavenger hunts with prizes, and more!


You can party with the sea stars at the Aquarium of the Pacific’s Latin Late Night on Friday, April 6, 2012 from 6:30 p.m.-10:30 p.m. The Aquarium will remain open late so guests can dance to the sounds of cumbia, salsa, Latin rock, and other Latin rhythms with DJ Quinto Sol and the bands El Conjunto Nueva Ola and Sonsoles. The Noche de Estrellas (Night of the Stars) event will feature these live bands, DJs, children’s crafts, and ocean learning activities for all ages, including underwater dive shows and educational scavenger hunts with prizes—all in English and Spanish. Mexican cuisine, beers, and drinks will be available for purchase. Visitors will have the opportunity to journey through the Pacific Ocean to meet over 11,000 animals, including more than 150 sharks they can touch. English and Spanish cell-phone audio tours are available throughout these Aquarium galleries for those wishing to learn more about these animals and regions. It can also be downloaded for MP3 players on the Aquarium’s English and Spanish websites. Please note: Lorikeet Forest will be closed. The Aquarium of the Pacific is a nonprofit organization dedicated to ocean conservation education.



Friday, April 6, 2012, 6:30 p.m.-10:30 p.m.



Aquarium of the Pacific, 100 Aquarium Way, Long Beach, CA 90802



Straight from the City of Hope, Mexico City, the band is on a mission to revolutionize the music industry and get people to dance to cumbia, mixing sounds of new wave, rock, and disco. Their faces are covered with “luchador” (wrestler) masks at all times, hiding the true identity of each group member of El Conjunto Nueva Ola (ECNO). Who are the masked men and what are their true identities? No one knows the answer yet, but the truth is that these "anonymous guys” have performed on the stages of top Hispanic television networks.


Sonsoles: With a global ensemble of musicians from Spain, Mexico, Los Angeles, Dominican Republic, and El Salvador, Sonsoles fuses a myriad of musical elements, ranging from rock, pop, reggaeton, salsa, and folk. Sonsoles was founded in the fall of 2006 in Los Angeles by founding members Steve Baltazar (keyboards) and Cesar Abrego (bass). Shortly thereafter, Spaniard Jóse Hernandez (guitar/vocals), a friend of the duo, also joined.  Later, Lonnie Moreno (drums) became the 4th member, and with the recent addition of Delwin G. (rapper), the Sonsoles lineup is now cemented.  



$14.95 per adult (regularly $24.95), $13.95 for kids (3-11), and free for Aquarium Members and kids under age 3.

Includes event and Aquarium admission (Food & drinks sold separately)



All ages  (21+ for alcohol purchases at the bar)



562-590-3100 or website

Spanish: website


1) Tori C said:
This sounds like fun! I love the Aquarium! :)
2 years, 4 months ago

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