Grammy winner Poncho Sanchez headlines Taste of San Pedro

The great conguero Poncho Sanchez is headlining the Taste of San Pedro in August - along with several of the top tribute bands, including Led Zepagain and INXSive.

The hometown festival will feature 0ver 30 restaurants, wineries, breweries, artists, merchants and live musicians at a magnificent seaside setting.


The San Pedro Chamber of Commerce and the Port of Los Angeles teamed up for the 23rd Annual Taste in San Pedro on the Waterfront at the Port of Los Angeles on August 5th, 6th and 7th. Over 10,000 are expected to attend.


Friday, Aug. 5 STAGE 1 (Left) STAGE 2 (Right) (mainstage)
6:15-7:15 pm Identity Theft (Reggae/Rock)

7:15-8:15 pm
Time Bomb

8:15-9:45 pm Led Zepagain (Led Zepplin Tribute)

Saturday, Aug. 6 STAGE 1 (Left) STAGE 2 (Right) (mainstage)
Boxcar 7 (Big Band,Blues, Rock)

1:20-2:20 pm Bob Malone (Contemporary)

2:25-3:35 pm
Rodeo Drive (Country)

3:40-4:50 pm INXSive (INSX Tribute)

4:55-6:05 pm
Wingtips (Classic Rock)
6:10-7:25 pm 110 South (Rock)

7:30-9:00 pm
FAN HALEN (Van Halen Tribute)

Sunday, Aug. 8 STAGE 1 (Left) STAGE 2 (Right) (mainstage)
Harold Green & Friends
1:30-2:40 pm South Pasadena Transit Authority

2:45-3:55 pm
Safety Orange (Reggae/rock)

4:00-5:10 pm Topics (Latin Blues)

5:15-6:45 pm
Poncho Sanchez Latin Blues Band

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