The following artists are scheduled to perform at L.A. Fiesta Broadway. This list, provided by KMEX-TV, is subject to additions and last-minute cancellations. The stages at which the performers will appear have not been announced.
Lucha Villa: One of Mexico's best known ranchera singers for almost 30 years.
Luis Angel: His "Del Corazon del Hombre" has been among the top 10 Latin albums on the Billboard charts and a song he co-wrote won a 1991 Grammy. Luis Angel's melodic ballads center around passionate themes.
Willy Chirino: The Cuban-born salsa legend is a composer, singer and musician with a worldwide following for what he calls his "musical salad" style of American arrangements, Cuban rhythms and tropical influences.
Ricky Martin: A native of Puerto Rico, the young singer--a former member of the pop group Menudo--has fast become a sensation. He has been among the top 10 of Billboard's Latin albums.
Rock Kids: A unique quartet of very young Mexican rockers--ages 7-12-- who together comprise a family of two brothers and two sisters. All four play their own instruments and sing.
Alvaro Torres: Salvadoran singer known for his romantic ballads. He now lives in Los Angeles.
Magneto: These five young men from Mexico have risen quickly on the Latin pop charts, with the bulk of their fans coming from the teen-age crowd.
Rebeca Silva: A Mexican actress, with many movies and \o7 novelas \f7 to her credit, she has begun singing with mariachis. She will sing and emcee at L.A. Fiesta Broadway.
Lisa Lopez: A Corpus Christi, Tex., native who has developed her career in Los Angeles, singer Lopez also plays the piano and flute.
Selena y Los Dinos: Another group from Corpus Christi that plays Tex-Mex music, as well as ballads and rock in a Tex-Mex style.
Gerardo: He is often referred to by the name of his hit single "Rico Suave." The songs of this Los Angeles-based rapper are in "Spanglish," a blend of Spanish and English.
El Comandante: This young Spanish-language rapper is from the Dominican Republic.
Los Reos: One of several \o7 rock en espanol\f7 groups. This band is a little different in that its songwriting team hails from Uruguay, while the lead singer is an African-American.
Caifanes: This Mexican New Wave-style band is known for its \o7 rock en espanol\f7 recordings.
Los Diablos: A group known for its traditional Mexican music, including ballads and cumbia-style arrangements.
Carla de Leon: Known for her traditional renditions of Mexican music and ballads.
Los Barbaros de Santa Barbara: This group of musicians also play traditional Mexican music.
Lula and Afro Brasil: Los Angeles samba musicians and dancers, originally from Brazil.
Laura Canales: This singer hails from Corpus Christi and sings in a Tex-Mex, country style.
Graciela Magana: Known mostly for her pop ballads, this Mexican-born singer now lives and records in Los Angeles.
Yari More: Another Los Angeles-based singer, he won OTI competition three times in his native Colombia; performs in a salsa/tropical style.
Baudelio Rodriguez: Mexican-born \o7 ranchera \f7 singer who now lives in Los Angeles.
Imelda Miller: Romantic balladeer who has been a multiple-winner at the OTI festival for her interpretation of songs.
Poncho Sanchez: San Francisco-based Latin jazzman, known for his conga playing.
Banda Blanca: A popular tropical/salsa music group from Honduras.
Jerry Rivera: A teen-age salsa artist whose career has just taken off.
Los Costenos: This band, from Honduras, plays a popular new style of dance music called \o7 punta\f7 as well as salsa and tropical arrangements.
Super Banda Cahoba: L.A-based band that plays tropical music as well as \o7 punta \f7 dance music.
Suzy Gonzalez: Mainly known for her pop ballads, she is starting to break into singing with mariachis.
Julian: A romantic balladeer from Puerto Rico.
Sergio Facheli: This Mexican pop balladeer also sings with mariachis.
Tecno Banda: This band of two women and eight men blends traditional sounds from the northern part of Mexico with other modern musical influences for a unique style.
Sonia Rivas: A popular singer who performs with mariachis as well as a 16-piece \o7 banda, \f7 which plays traditional music from Sinaloa.
Jorge Vargas: A \o7 ranchero\f7 -style singer who hails from Aguascalientes, Mexico.
Cornelio Reyna Jr.: The son of popular \o7 ranchera \f7 singer Cornelio Reyna, the younger Reyna performs in his father's style.
Dueto Fronteras: A male-female duo from Mexico who sing \o7 rancheras.\f7
Los Vagos de Mexicali: Mexican quartet that plays regional, traditional Mexican music.
Xipetotec: Pre-Columbian style dancers with colorful costumes in Aztec style. Many of troupe members are from the same family.
Ballet Alma de Mexico: California-based folkloric dance troupe with about 25 dancers.
Menudo: This newest version of the pop group has young singers from Texas, Mexico and Puerto Rico.
Orquesta Mazacote: A Cuban-American group that plays salsa/tropical music.
Marimba Reina Maya: A band hailing from Veracruz, Mexico, that plays tropical-style music.
Rudy Regalado: This Venezuelan-born band leader and his Chevere group perform in salsa style.
Grupo Tiempo Nuevo: Los Angeles-based group known for traditional Mexican ballads.
Aida Cuevas: Young \o7 ranchero\f7 -style singer who also performs with mariachis.
Yoshio: A pop balladeer with Japanese-Mexican parents who makes his home in Mexico.
Mario Pintor: Mexican-born pop balladeer.
Edgardo Gazcon: A movie and \o7 novela \f7 actor who also sings ballads and \o7 rancheras\f7 .
Olga Breeskin and Iris Chacon: Known best for their sensual Vegas showgirl-style dancing, Chacon's show incorporates her Caribbean roots, while Mexico's Breeskin also plays the violin.
Mariachi Sol de Mexico: Jose Hernandez leads this well-known Los Angeles group. Also performances by Mariachi Los Rancheros, Mariachi Juvenil Tecalitlan, Mariachi Los Michoacanos and Mariachi Los Nobles.