Watsonville live music
Last year, Saritah played Romo Park in a Sunday in the Park event from Watsonville’s Arte del Corazon and Turtle Heart Events & Productions. — Tony Nuñez/The Pajaronian file

WATSONVILLE—This Saturday, Watsonville’s Arte del Corazon and Turtle Heart Events & Productions will bring a lineup of local and nationally-known Chicano and Latin musicians to perform at Romo Park in downtown Watsonville.

The lineup includes Momotombo SF, featuring former members of Malo and Santana; the Pajaro Valley’s own Scooby Valdez Band; Philip Retamoza, who grew up in Watsonville and is known for his band Tortilla Soup; and the debut performance of the Rasquatche Liberation Front, whose debut album, produced by Los Lobos’ Steven Berlin, is coming out this summer.

Food trucks and Arte del Corazon’s recurring art market will serve as the backdrop for the special concert, which will be held from noon-5pm in Romo Park, 335 Main St.

Tickets are $10 dollars in advance and $15 (or 2 for $25) at the door.

To purchase tickets visit bit.ly/3aTbzHQ. For information call 288-0311.

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