Last year Producer & Host of EMMY Award nominated music show “Té Para Tres con Pili Montilla” hosted and produced Starbucks Noches Culturales- a series of in-store concerts with emerging, local, latino talent from different cities in the nation. Starbucks Noches Culturales is a free event for the latino community that gives local artists a chance to bond with their community and at the same time, a chance for the community to know and support local talent.

Noches Culturales is truly a beautiful event. We make people dance inside a Starbucks!!!!! How awesome is that. It’s musica, tradición and cultura all in one.

Guests also get a chance to try two wonderful summer beverages, the Caramel Ribbon Crunch Frappuccino and the super refreshing, perfect for summer Teavana Shaken Iced Blackberry Mojito Tea Lemonade.

For Noches Culturales summer edition will be hosting 10 events in five different cities:

New York– (Last week)


July 16th with local funk band FUSIK
July 17th with local Grammy nominated DJ, Mr. Pauer
Starbucks on: 13007 Lincoln & Penn 
601 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, FL 13929


July 23rd with local ska band Los Vicios de Papa
July 24th with local DJ, Sound Culture
Starbucks on: 2101 W. Armitage Avenue (Armitage and Hoyne)
Chicago, IL 60647

San Antonio

July 30rd with amazing songstress Nina Díaz
July 31th with up and coming singer-songwriter, Gina Chávez
Starbucks on: 1935 SW Military Suite 105
San Antonio, TX 78221


August 6th & 7th
Artist TBA
Starbucks on: 603 S. Spring Street (6th and Spring)

All events are on a Wednesday and Thursday at 7pm and FREE.

Post your Starbucks Summer moments on Instagram and Twitter using #NochesCulturales and #EstaRiquisimo</

Pili Montilla
Blog 'Pili's Pick!'-

Producer & Host of EMMY Award nominated music show "Té Para Tres con Pili Montilla"

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