Los Sugar Kings is a Boston-based quartet known for their dynamic live performances, rich harmonies, intense musicianship and ability to transcend genres with an authenticity rarely heard. In their world, respect is paid to the forefathers and traditions of Afro-Cuban Son, Salsa and Rumba-Flamenca but Los Sugar Kings (named after a Cuban baseball team) also actively draw on influences from nearly every continent in their unique roots-rock-reggae fusion repertoire.
The 31st Annual Bread and Roses Heritage Festival will be held, as always, on Labor Day. This year on Monday, September 7th, 2015!
It is a FREE, open air, labor and social justice event, on the Lawrence Common, from noon to 5:00 PM
Enjoy an eclectic day of musical, dance, and theatrical performances from a range of cultures representing American Folk, Puerto Rican Salsa, New Orleans Cajun and Blues, Cambodian performing arts, Hip Hop, Theater, Spoken Word Poetry, and more!
12:15 - 1:00 Los Sugar Kings (Afro-Cuban Roots, Rock, Reggae)