Ska & Reggae Music! In honor and celebration of the Native Mexika New Year!


Come dance the night away and celebrate with positive vibrations all around!

With musical performances by:

•Alianza Cosmica (Ska Reggae)
•Castillos De Arena (Reggae Ska)
•Ras United (Reggae)
•Los Aggrios (Rocksteady Ska)
•Transcendental Experience (Psychedelic Ska)
•Absurd Tones (Ska Punk)
•Eyeless (Ska Punk)

18+ Event!
Positive and Loving Energies Only!

Open Bar For Those 21+

Starts @ 6:00PM
Cover Charge: $5 All Night
Location: 13th Floor Arts Society

*Drama Free Zone*



Mexika New Year L.A.




Yankuik Xihuitl Makuilli Kalli Aztec New Year Festival and Spring Equinox Celebration

Starting off AT 6AM • (Sun Rise Ceremony) with the building of our annual pre-Columbian flower alter representing The symbolism of the new year cycle.

Followed by a splendorous ceremony of “Mitotialistli” better known as Aztec Danza guided by “KALPULLI DANZA MEXIKA” come experience the sounds of ancient wisdom, as your eyes take in the grandeur and beauty of times almost forgotten.

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Mexika New Year, Los Angeles


First Nation Syndicate in collaboration with Northern Southern Winds Cultural Foundation and Danza Xipe Totec presents the Sixteenth Annual Los Angeles Mexika New Year Festival. To be held in the Beautiful Boyle Heights Mariachi Plaza, this event celebrates the wonderful rich and diverse cultures of the first nation people’s of the great city of Mexico Tenochtitlan also known as the Mexika aka Aztec. With this Celebration we also acknowledge All First Nation people living across our beautiful continent by way of exhibition dancing and singing. We will have some of the best contemporary native Mexican and urban musical performances that have come out of the Barrios of Los Angeles. We are also excited to have some of the most talented artist and muralist from the inner city community and surrounding areas representing our many Indigenous cultures throughout North, Central and South America.

The Re-birth of the Mexika New Year first emerged in 1998 out of the Old abandoned Los Angeles County Jail, located east of the Los Angeles River. By A collective of Chicano artist and Pro Indigenous activist who at that time were organizing an array of cultural events and work shops that were shared through out the community with a desire of creating a reconnection of identity in native indigenous culture.

Our celebration revolves around the Tonalmachiotl also known as The Aztec Calendar, which happens to be one of if not the greatest collective accomplishments of our ancestral forefathers. The Aztec calendar is the most accurate calendar system in existence today, Measuring time, space, astrological movement, agricultural cycles, and the individual human potential and not to mention a 24-hour clock broken down into 20 72-minute fractions.

Our celebration includes a sunrise ceremony with Traditional Aztec Danza that will honor the spring equinox and the New Year. Our festival will feature a concert of mixed musical Genre like Hip-Hop, Ska, Reggae and Rock. Included is a unique artisan native style market place with vendors from all over North, Central and South America. We will also have an educational component that will include various workshops designed to awaken and inspire the complete constructive change of the mind body and spirit.

The greater Los Angeles community and the world, is warmly welcomed to come see, hear, taste, touch, and smell the magnificent diversity of Indigenous Mexican culture. It will be family fun for everyone! Admission is free for all!


Mexika New Year 2013


Mexika New Year 2013

Come join us sunday march 10 2013 in celebrating the arrival of our new year ce-kali (one house) and the ending of our present year matlaktli ihuan yei (13 flint) on our beloved tonal maxiotl (aztek calendar). We will be celebrating with danza azteka throughout the day, we will have a workshop and how to use the aztek calendar in our lives today. We will have an art exhibition presented by some of our best artist in los angeles. Representing their cultural roots trough paint and canvas . Like fabian debora, ricardo estrada, gabriela malinalxochitl zapata, erica friend, raul gonzalez and nuke uti. 

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