September 10, 2000
Santa Clara, CA -- Celebrate Mexican Independence Day with the San Jose Earthquakes and some of the hottest Latin artists for a concert in the Redwood Amphitheater on Saturday Sept. 16 at Paramount's Great America.
Latin Grammy-nominated Puerto-Rican quartet Son by Four bring their tropical sounds for an exciting performance of salsa, "soneros" and R&B. Already No. 1 on The Billboard Latin 50 album and Hot Latin Tracks charts for a record-breaking 17 consecutive weeks, Son by Four's latest album and single are quickly rising to the top of the U.S. pop charts and their song "Purest of Pain (A Puro Dolor)" is already a top forty hit on The Billboard Hot 100.
Jam to the soulful harmonies of vocal quartet NU-Flavor. Having recorded their self-titled debut in Spanish and English, NU-Flavor released It's On! with the hits "Sprung," "3 Little Words" and "From This Day," a duet with superstar Britney Spears.
Taste the freestyle "flava" with hot Latin singer Angelina. Ever since her hits "Release Me" and "Without Your Love" took over dance floors a few years ago, Angelina has become the "Queen" of the freestyle-sound and her new CD Ven a Mi (Come to Me) continues her reign with hits "Just Another Day," "Every Time I Think of You" and the Latin Billboard Awards-nominated "Bailando."
14-year-old singing sensation Adriana performs her new hit "Until Tomorrow" and other songs from her upcoming self-titled debut album.
Challenge you soccer skills with the pros from the San Jose Earthquakes as they host a special soccer celebration to commemorate Mexican Independence Day.
The concert which is hosted by Wild 94.9 begins at 5:00 p.m. and is free with park admission. Guests who mention Wild 94.9 at the front gate receive a $9.49 disount off general admission.
Paramount's Great America features more than 50 thrill rides, coasters and other attractions - the most and best in Northern California - all free with park admission. Free yourself from the bonds of Earth and soar through the skies on the all-new Stealth, the world's first and only true flying coaster. Kids and parents will enjoy more than 20 family rides and attractions - the most in the Bay Area - at the only area park with Angelica Pickles from Nickelodeon(R) Rugratsú, Blue from Blue's Cluesú, Yogi Bear and Scooby-Doo.
The park will be open weekends through Sunday, Oct. 15. The park opens at 10 a.m.; closing times vary. Operating schedule subject to change without notice.
Call (408) 988-1776 or visit the park on-line at www.pgathrills.com for more information on Paramount's Great America's 2000 season.