DOWNEY — Lupita Infante will be performing at this year’s annual Ferias Legales Holiday Party taking place Wednesday, Dec. 12, at Joseph’s Bar & Grill. It is scheduled from 6-9 p.m. and is free to attend.
A first generation Mexican-American, Lupita Infante is the granddaughter of beloved Pedro Infante, one of the greatest stars to come from the Golden Age of Mexican cinema and music.
Lupita grew up in the suburbs of Downey, a city associated with musical history. It was here where Lupita began her creative development with music classes. Her excitement for the stage, along with inspiration drawn from her grandfather and father, led her to pursue voice and the study of music. Lupita graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles in June 2017, with a B.A. in ethnomusicology.
Lupita’s music is an artistic expression of her musical upbringing, paying tribute to her grandfather and her father accompanied by Mexico’s traditional mariachi sounds.
Her recorded music can be found on digital platforms worldwide. To celebrate this holiday season she’s releasing a mariachi version of Bing Crosby’s famous rendition “White Christmas” along with a Spanish version titled, “Blanca Navidad”.