SOMERVILLE, NJ -The Downtown Somerville Alliance has been forced to delay Friday's planned Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration until the following Friday Oct. 23.
Featured will be a free concert by David Cedeno and his Orchestra, playing a collection of salsa, merengue and Latin jazz. The performance will kick off at 6 p.m. on Division Street at the Main Street intersection.
A Jersey native, David Cedeno and his Orchestra have been a mainstay of the NY Salsa scene for more than 25 years. His music is a blend of hot rhythms, powerful horns, and lyrical vocals. Cedeno's albums, including popular crossover hits such as Lady in Red, Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow, Somewhere, and Sealed with a Kiss, have been sold throughout the US, Japan, Germany and the Netherlands.
Masks are required to be worn and patrons are reminded to maintain a social distance of six feet between each other.
The event is sponsored by the Downtown Somerville Alliance and presented in partnership with Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Somerset, the Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Latino Council, and the Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital SALUDOS program.
The Downtown Somerville Alliance is a TAPinto marketing partner.