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Latin 06/08/2004

Latin Recording Academy and Unipro Group announce hot line up of artists for Latin Grammy Street Parties

MIAMI, FL. (Latin Recording Academy) - The Latin Recording Academy in conjunction with production partner Unipro Group today announced the kickoff of the Latin GRAMMY Street Parties, which will take place on Sunday, Aug. 8, 2004, in Chicago. This will be the first of numerous street parties taking place during the month of August that will help bring the Latin GRAMMY experience to the streets prior to the upcoming landmark telecast of the 5th Annual Latin GRAMMY Awards on Sept. 1.

Each Latin GRAMMY Street Party will take place on a weekend day from noon - 6 p.m. local time. Following is a listing of the Latin GRAMMY Street Parties and the hot roster of artists currently scheduled across the country:

Aug. 8 - Chicago @ Hawthorne Park
Featuring: Melina Leon (Pop/Ballad), Ivy Queen (Reggaeton), Alicia Machado (Pop), Los Panchis (Regional Mexican), El Guapo (Spanish Rock), Grupo El Momento (Banda/Durango), Mikey Perfecto (Reggaeton), El Rival (Regional Mexican) and more.

Aug. 15 - Miami @ Little Havana (around 8th St. & 27th Ave.)
Featuring: Albita (Tropical), Willie Colon (Tropical), Arthur Hanlon (Adult Contemporary), Melina Leon (Pop/Ballad), Alicia Machado (Pop), Mariano y Melina (Pop), Sabrina (Pop), La Sonora Carruseles (Tropical), Verde 70 (Spanish Rock), Wendy (Spanish Rock), Area 305 (Pop) and more.

Aug. 22 - Houston @ Miller Outdoor Theatre
Featuring: Melina Leon (Pop), Alicia Machado (Pop), Akwid (Spanish Rap) and more.

Aug. 28 - New York @ South Street Seaport
Featuring: Willie Colon (Tropical), Ivy Queen (Reggaeton), Melina Leon (Pop/Ballad), Andy Andy (Bachata), Alicia Machado (Pop/Ballad), Sabrina (Pop), Bimbo (Reggaeton), Verde 70 (Spanish Rock), Cruks en Karnak (Spanish Rock), Area 305 (Pop) and more.

Aug. 29 - Los Angeles @ Placita Olvera
Featuring: Albita (Tropical), Arthur Hanlon (Adult Contemporary), Melina Leon (Pop/Ballad), La Sonora Carruseles (Tropical), Julieta Venegas (Spanish Rock), Los Sincredito (Cumbia/Regional Mexican), Karina Montero (Christian Music), Verde 70 (Spanish Rock), Jennifer Pena (Tex-Mex), Cruks en Karnak (Spanish Rock), Jae-P (Spanish Rap) and more.

The 5th Annual Latin GRAMMY Awards will be held at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles on Sept. 1 and will be broadcast domestically by the CBS Television Network from 8-10 p.m. (ET/PT).

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