Drive an EV to These Hispanic Heritage Month Events in LA

Los Angeles is filled with Hispanic culture and during one special month it is celebrated everywhere. Every year, the community overflows with music, art, and tantalizing dishes at exciting events that proudly celebrate Latin Heritage. Make sure you don’t miss out on local LA celebrations honoring Hispanic Heritage Month. Use our electric vehicles to make it to any event without worrying about gas or parking costs! Car sharing makes transportation to see your favorite artists and plays easy. While renting an electric car through the Blink Mobility App also helps the environment.

Latin Heritage Inspired Theater

Desert Stories for Lost Girls

Written by Lily Rushing and directed by Sylvia Cervantes Blush. Which honors a harrowing time in history in the American Southwest. Presented by the Latin Theater Co., via a collaboration with Native Voices at the Autry. Which is the nation’s only Equity theater company dedicated to the developing plays by Native artists. Desert Hot Girls is a beautifully haunting and heart wrenching show. That also captures and shines a light on family identity and injustice against Indigenous peoples, especially Indigenous women.

Drive an electric vehicle to see this amazing piece of theater through October 16th. Especially if you don’t own a vehicle, or don’t want to worry about finding parking in the city. Transportation issues should never keep you from enjoying cultural events such as Spanish Heritage Month. Besides, using Blink Mobility gives you access to cheap rides and reserved parking in convenient locations. Picking up family and friends on the way from the car sharing location will allow you to truly commune during this special month.

Jaripero sin Fronteras

Pepe Aguilar is bringing his Jaripero sin Fronteras show to Arena on Friday and Saturday, October 14th and 15th. The award-winning singer, songwriter, and producer is bringing a family affair to Spanish Heritage Month. The concert will feature his brother Antonio Aguilar, his daughter, Ángela Aguilar; and his son Leonardo Aguilar. All supported by the Mariachi “El Zacatecano”. Furthermore, the spectacle will include bull-riding and acrobatic equestrian performances. Grab tickets and make sure you get there efficiently and in style with the only electric car rental service in Los Angeles. Blink Mobility simplifies pick up and drop off with car sharing locations in public areas. You can easily use the Blink Mobility App to find a BlueLA powered by Blink Mobility station near you.


Written and performed by actor and poet Jesús I. Valles and directed by Rudy Ramirez, is a unique solo show. Which will run from October 12th to November 20th, sharing the journey of citizenship for those of Latin Heritage. This award-winning play alternates between languages and expresses a new kind of documentation. Also perfect for honoring Spanish Heritage Month in LA.

Iconic Latin Music Performances

MANÁ, the Grammy award-winning rock band has established an unprecedented residency at the Kia Forum in Los Angeles. And will be performing Friday, October 21st and Saturday October 22nd. Further treating attendees to their classics and new hits. This is the last chance for Angelinos to see the worldwide top-selling Latin band in action in 2022. As Fher Olvera mentioned, “Los Angeles has been like our second home. We call it the house of rock.” Become a Blink Mobility member and rent an electric car to make your trip to the Forum smooth. With car-sharing locations that are conveniently next to sidewalks.

Walt Disney Concert Hall, experience the magic of music at a LA Phil performance by Venezuelan conductor and artist director, Gustavo Dudamel. Through October 13th to October 16th Gustavo will lead music from Mexico and the United States. Further complete with Copland’s heroic Third Symphony. Hispanic musical heritage represented by two of Mexico’s greatest living composers in this exhilarating concert in Los Angeles.

Community Latin Heritage Mexican Altars for Día de los Muertos Symbolizing Tradition, Loss, and Hope.

Day of the Dead Holiday

Hispanic Heritage Month in LA wouldn’t be the same without a stop at Grand Park in Downtown Los Angeles for the preeminent Día de los Muertos. A celebration that commemorates those who have passed and the rich cultural history. Depicted with creativity by local Hispanic artists with a 12-day public art display that is free to park goers. Run by the Music Center, this celebration will begin October 22nd, ending on November 2nd.

Día de los Muertos is a traditional holiday Hispanic families look forward to from the first day of fall. And with Blink Mobility, transport is quick, worry-free, and cost-efficient. With a community rate of just $1 per month for income qualified members. This car sharing app is the only approved option for electric car rentals in Los Angeles. Simply download the Blink Mobility App and sign up to become a member. Then, look for a station near you to rent an electric car to get to Grand Park, and support car sharing in Los Angeles.

A Special Celebration in Town

Latin Heritage Month captures the essence and heart of Spanish culture in Los Angeles. With world-renowned artists, displays, music, traditional fare and thrilling new dishes, you won’t want to miss out. We are ready to take you over to the most anticipated events during this Hispanic Heritage celebration. No need to own a car when you have access to affordable car sharing rates and best-in-class EVs. Which provides you with the fastest and best way to travel around the city.

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