El Pueblo de Los Angeles hosts its annual Cinco de Mayo celebration with musical performances by La Original Banda el Limon, Voces del Rancho and Mariano Barba.
From the event website:
Cinco de Mayo commemorates the 1862 victory of the Mexican Army over the French at the Battle of Puebla and is symbolic of Mexican pride, unity and patriotism. It is an important day not only for the Mexican community but for everyone in Los Angeles. At El Pueblo Historical Monument, enjoy live entertainment representing the various regions of Mexico, a carnival and authentic Mexican cuisine.The festivities run until 6 p.m. View the event flier here.