Una Noche de Paz for the Special Olympics

Benefit to feature Enrique Iglesias, Los Tucanes de Tijuanes, Ruben Blades y mas, November 10

By Diana Baron
Published on LatinoLA: November 7, 2005

Una Noche de Paz for the Special Olympics

Grammy winning superstar ENRIQUE IGLESIAS is the latest Latin artist to join the all-star line-up for Thursday, November l0th, 7:30pm, A VERY SPECIAL LATIN CHRISTMAS - UNA NOCHE DE PAZ at The Theatre at The Arrowhead Pond, Anaheim, CA. Hosted by Telemundo's Candela Ferro and Andres Cantor The Grammy winning, multi-Platinum singer joins a rich line-up of Latin music's biggest stars to benefit Special Olympics.

Tickets start at $20.00 are available at The Arrowhead Pond and Ticketmaster.com

Starring ENRIQUE IGLESIAS, LOS TUCANES DE TIJUANA, JOSE FELICIANO, AB QUINTANILLA & LOS KUMBIA KINGS, CONJUNTO ATARDECER, LUIS FONSI, LOS HOROSCOPOS DE DURANGO, VICTOR MANUELLE, RUBEN BLADES, DON OMAR, MARIACHI SOL DE MEXICO, Una Noche de Paz's wide variety of music represents the extensive reach of Special Olympics throughout Latin America. The night of celebration will benefit Special Olympics Programs in Latin Communities throughout the United States, Puerto Rico, Mexico, Central and South America. Produced by Special Olympics, Telemundo, and AEG, the event will be taped for broadcast in December, to celebrate the start of the holiday season. (Check local listings for time/date)

Special Olympics is a year-round sports organization that changes lives by promoting understanding, acceptance and inclusion between people with and without intellectual disabilities. With more than 170 million people worldwide, people with intellectual disabilities make up the largest disability population in the world.

Today, there are more than 15 million Latin people with intellectual disabilities and Special Olympics is only serving 154,000 of those individuals who could experience the many benefits the Movement has to offer.

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