With two weekends of entertainment this year instead of one, Coachella is where it's at for music this month! You've probably heard of the Tupac hologram performance, but we've got a look at some of the Latino acts at Coachella who are set to hit the stage again this weekend.
At the Drive-In comes out of El Paso, Texas with a post-hardcore sound. Coachella is actually one of the band's first appearances after reuniting in January of this year.
Hello Seahorse! hails from Mexico City and has a great alternative pop sound. They've got Spanish- and English-speaking fans, including legendary acts like the Beastie Boys.
Neon Indian is an electronic band that has released three albums in the last three years. When they're not hard at work at the studio, they're often performing at indie music festivals.
Tijuana Panthers is not a well-known act, but their early morning set last weekend got a lot of attention for the "surf-rock" sound, making SoCal proud.
Le Butcherettes is a garage punk band from Guadalajara, Mexico. Formed in 2007, they reached a bigger audience when the Yeah Yeah Yeahs invited them as the opening act for their shows in Mexico.
Ximena Sariñana released her first solo album, Mediocre, in 2008 and followed it up with her self-titled sophomore album last summer. It's not just listeners who dig her style, she was also nominated for two Latin Grammys in 2008.