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Lupita Infante Y Luis Coronel

The Skookum Creek Event Center - 91 West State Route 108, Shelton, WA 98584, United States

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Event Starts

May 10, 2024, 08:00 PM

Event Ends

May 10, 2024, 10:00 PM

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Show Details:

Show | 8PM 

Doors | One Hour Prior

General Admission ticket allows holder to sit in any bleacher seat.

All sales are final.  All ages Event.  No outside drinks allowed. Bags and purses may be subject to search prior to entry. 

With an elegant and graceful style reminiscent of Mexico’s classic mariachi crooners, recording artist Lupita Infante brings a sensual and soothing vocal contrast to the bold sounds of regional Mexican music.  Although heir to the Infante Mexican music and film dynasty, Lupita has worked diligently amidst adversity for her current successes. 



She was born in Los Angeles, California to Marisol Esparza, a Mexican immigrant from the state of Zacatecas, and Pedro Infante Torrentera, the son of legendary icon Pedro Infante (1917-1957). She grew up loving and deeply respecting everything that makes Mexican music special, which is why her commitment to paying tribute to the greats – including her own family – is a central theme throughout her recorded and live performances.



She had a humble upbringing typical of working class immigrant families in south east Los Angeles. She was far removed from the spotlight and luxury that her last name might suggest. After her father’s untimely death in 2009, Lupita rose from the ashes and decided to pick up the torch of the Infante legacy. 



After years of honing her craft and simultaneously working her way through college, she graduated in 2017 from UCLA’s Herb Alpert School of Music with a bachelor of arts degree in Ethnomusicology (world music). 



Upon graduating she was a contestant and semifinalist on Mexico’s rendition of the talent competition The Voice. This proved to be the launching point of her professional career. The exposure from the show allowed her to put a team together that led to the creation of two GRAMMY nominated albums, “La Serenata” (2019) and "Amor Como En Las Películas De Antes" (2023) both nominated for Best Música Mexicana Album (including tejano).  Lupita also received a Latin GRAMMY nomination for La Serenata’s opening track, “Dejaré”, cowritten with Luciano Luna, which was nominated for best regional Mexican song.  



A big part of Lupita’s artistry is paying tribute to the tradition and beauty of her heritage, while also providing a youthful bicultural perspective to the regional Mexican genre. Although Lupita’s music is traditional in some ways, she believes in the power of progress and bravely questions some long-held traditions through her songwriting and fashion style. Woman empowerment is a subtle yet central theme throughout her music in a tradition historically dominated by men. 



Lupita understands her responsibility as an artist following in her family’s footsteps. She is often acclaimed for continuing the legacy that brings cross-generational audiences to admire Mexico’s beautiful music traditions. Along the way, she has emerged as an artist with her own identity, capable of honoring the past while celebrating the present and creating the future.

Skybox Seating: $1500 

Seats 9 
Birds eye view
Private Room
Semi private restrooms
Includes appetizers, water & soft drinks
Exclusive Sky Bar  for Sky Box attendees only (price does not include alcoholic beverages)

Passes and tickets will be available for pick up at Will Call in the Hotel Lobby  


Location

91 West State Route 108, Shelton, WA 98584, United States (Get Directions)