Peña Pachamama, created by two-time Latin-Grammy nominee Eddy Navia and SUKAY’S Quentin Navia, is celebrating 23 years as an intimate magical music venue in San Francisco, this last year with no music at all.
We need your support to bring the music back to Peña Pachamama. On this our anniversary month we are sharing some of the memorable moments of performances of music and dance in Peña Pachamama.
When you donate any amount we will send the link to the entire one-hour series of performances to the email that you sign in with to GoGetFunding or to Paypal if you donate directly at [email protected]
There would not be a Peña Pachamama without you and we look forward to being with you again!.
Mucho Cariño, Eddy and Quentin Navia
Order some of our organic kale chips that we make fresh in-house daily, original, pizza and spicy flavors. We will send your order Priority Mail anywhere in the USA at: www.pachamamaraw.com.
Robin Williams declared the wildly rhythmic nightspot "the kind of place even the Amish would dance.” -Catherine Bigelow, SF Chronicle
“San Francisco is a city of 'it' places. And Peña Pachamama has always been one of those places in the city,” -Hon. Mayor Willie Brown, 7x7
“I just love the music, whether it’s new style or old style, the music played here is hard to find anywhere else.” -Stanlee Gatti, 7x7
“For our Mother Earth and all of us, North Beach’s Peña Pachamama: the cuisine, the music, and the atmosphere all say the same thing, love is the way.” -Dr. Will Tuttle, author The World Peace Diet
-Peña Pachamama's founders, two-time Latin Grammy nominee Eddy Navia (Savia Andina) and Quentin Navia of SUKAY, toured and performed for over 40 years bringing the music and dance of Bolivia and the Andes mountains throughout the world. SUKAY has appears on hundreds of the great stages across America including New York's Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center's Avery Fisher Hall, Colorado's Red Rocks Amphitheater and Vilar Center for the Arts, San Francisco's Herbst Theatre, Masonic Auditorium, Washington DC's Lisner Auditorium and Smithsonian's Baird Auditorium, Bushnell Performing Arts Center, Hartford, Banff Center Theatre, Alberta, Spivey Hall, GA, Detroit Institute for the Arts, MI, Arizona's Roy Disney Center for the Performing Arts and Centennial Hall, Jack Singer Concert Hall in Calgary, Wilder Hall at Oberlin College, OH, Live Oak Theatre, Austin, Annenberg Center for Performing Arts, PA, Zellerbach Hall, Berkeley CA, Scottsdale Center for the Arts, AZ, Chautauqua Institution Amphitheater, NY, Obert C.Tanner Amphitheater, Zion National Park, UT and the Colisée in Quebec City (opening for Peter Gabriel and Genesis). The group also appeared at major festivals in Vancouver, Calgary, Winnipeg and Toronto, at Pete Seeger's Clearwater Festival and countless other venues.
As musicians in the late 90s they were renting a space for a weekend to do a home season concert. Unknown to them, this space turned out to be a landmark location, San Francisco’s most historic speakeasy, and later, the beloved restaurant Amelio’s. Clark Gable fell in love here with Carole Lombard and Joe DiMaggio had his wedding dinner with Marilyn Monroe. It was so full of history, but also of a spirit that resonated with theirs. Peña Pachamama brings together a community of creative people.
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