Performance: Lucky Diaz

Tricycle Music Fest
Saturday, 10/21/2023
3:00 - 4:00
Parque Niños Unidos

3090 23rd Steet
San Francisco, CA 94110
United States

Lucky Diaz is a bilingual, songwriting, taco-eating,multi–Latin Grammy Award–winning and six-time Emmy–nominated musician, children’s television personality and author. As a first generation Mexican-American and self-proclaimed Pocho, Lucky is honored to be a representative for diversity and inclusion in children’s media.His work has been praised by NPR, Billboard magazine,People Magazine and the New YorkTimes.He is a Parent’s Choice Gold Award and NAPPA Award winner. In 2020,his album Buenos Diaz was named an official selection of notable works for children by the American Library Association.Lucky’s debut picture book, PaPhoto of Lucky Diazletero Man, has been celebrated with a Kirkus Star, SLJ Star, Publisher’s Weekly Star and Book List Star. His next picture book, La Guitarrista, released to wide acclaim in May2023 on Harper Collins.He currently lives in Los Angeles with his wife, Alisha, daughter, Indiana Maven and their dog, Django.

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