Hālau Kealiʻi O Nālani
Hālau Kealiʻi O Nālani
2016 Season, February 13, 2016

Hālau Kealiʻi O Nālani

Lovingly preserved the gentle, gracious heritage of Hawaiian music and dance. LA’s most treasured artist- Kumu Keali’i Ceballos calls forth the messages from ancestors and leads his 70 member ensemble into new artistic & spiritual territory. Special guest musician from Hilo, Kuana Torres Kahele.

Mythili & Aditya Prakash
Mythili & Aditya Prakash
2016 Season, April 9, 2016

Mythili & Aditya Prakash

“Exquisite talent & electrifying high–voltage movement” describe dancer Mythili Prakash a leading young exponent of Indian classical dance. Shared program with her brother’s Aditya Prakash Ensemble-a deeply emotional hybrid sound that frames classical Indian vocals with jazz & funk.

The Gonzalez Family
The Gonzalez Family
2016 Season, May 28, 2016

The Gonzalez Family

Born to Mexican immigrants from Guadalajara Jalisco, the Familia Gonzalez is held in highest esteem in the Los Angeles community. Their Mexican and Chicano sounds cross over multiple music scenes.

Kenny Endo
Kenny Endo
2016 Season, March 5, 2016

Kenny Endo

Kenny Endo celebrates 40 years of touring and performing his unique radical Japanese Taiko rhythms held together by Japanese, Western and Afro-Cuban influences. Special guests from U.S. & Japan.

Aratani Theatre at the JACCC

Japanese American Cultural & Community Center (JACCC)
244 S. San Pedro St. Los Angeles, CA 90012
Tickets: 213-680-3700 / jaccc.org

Getting Here

The Aratani Theatre is conveniently located in the heart of Little Tokyo, Downtown Los Angeles via the 101, 110 and 5 freeways.

Parking

Parking is adjacent to the Aratani Theatre at Joe’s Auto Parks / Sho Tokyo Garage at 350 E. 2nd St. The garage is open until 12:30am.

Metro Rail

Take the Metro Gold Line to the Little Tokyo/Artist District station, three blocks from the Aratani Theatre.

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