The Grammy Museum announced performers Wednesday for the opening of its Latin Music Gallery.
The event, which is slated for Nov. 18 and will take place at Los Angeles’ Grammy Museum, will include performances by Latin Grammy winners Flor de Toloache and Raquel Sofía.
Gabriel Abaroa Jr., president and CEO of the Latin Recording Academy, and Michael Sticka, president of the Grammy Museum, will appear at the ribbon-cutting ceremony, as will Latin Grammy winners Ángela Aguilar and Christian Nodal.
The Nov. 18 festivities will begin with an education program for students with OzoKids. They continue in the late afternoon and early evening with the official ribbon-cutting ceremony and Toloache and Sofía’s performances, and conclude with free museum entry for the public from 7 to 10 p.m.
“The Museum will kick off the opening of the new Latin music exhibit and its new third floor with a full day of programming, including an education program for students, an invite-only ribbon-cutting ceremony with live performances, followed by a free, open-to-the-public evening event on a special first-come, first-served basis,” a press release read.
The exhibition formally opens to the public on Nov. 20 and runs through spring 2020.