Café Tacvba to Receive Special Award from Hispanic Heritage Foundation (HHF)

Café Tacvba is being feted with a special honor…

This week, the Hispanic Heritage Foundation (HHF) announced that Mexican rock band will be honored with the 2023 Hispanic Heritage Arts Award at the 36th annual gala set for September 7 at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C.

Café Tcvba“A great honor [and] emotion to be part of this,” expressed the group on Instagram. “We are very grateful for the recognition of our trajectory!”

Celebrating a 34-year career, Café Tacvba is known for timeless Latin rock hits including “La Ingrata,” “Eres,” “Chilanga Banda” and many more.

“Café Tacvba has been inspiring audiences with their brilliant, eclectic sound for decades since they started in Mexico,” said Antonio Tijerino, HHF President and CEO, in a press statement. “We are thrilled to honor this remarkable group of musical visionaries with our Arts Award and we look forward to celebrating Café Tacvba and share our collective cultural pride and achievement at the Kennedy Center and on PBS.”

The Hispanic Heritage Arts Awards will broadcast on PBS and stream on on Sept. 29th.

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