Saturday, July 22, 2023

Natalia Lafourcade: De Todas Las Flores

15x Latin Grammy & 3x Grammy Winner Makes Ravinia Debut!

Breaking Barriers Festival

Venue: Pavilion
Donor Gates Open:
4:30 PM
Gates Open:
5:00 PM
Concert Starts:
8:00 PM
Breaking Barriers 2023 Lead Sponsor: In Honor of Sandra K. Crown
Media Support: Amor 106.7


Reserved Seats: $70–$130
Premium Lawn Blocks: $70*
General Lawn Admission: $38^

* Price per person; must reserve full block of 2, 4, or 6

^ Price increases by $5 one week before the event; ticket selection screen shows current price

Dining Reservation Availability

Lawn Bar - Has reservations available! (May be limited to donors.)

Tree Top - Has reservations available! (May be limited to donors.)

Park View - Has reservations available! (May be limited to donors.)

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  Breaking Barriers Festival

This concert is part of Breaking Barriers, an annual festival curated by Marin Alsop. This year focuses on women composers—classical and jazz artists and singer-songwriters—who are featured throughout the season. Day passes are available for access to additional events. Learn more.


Ravinia is becoming a cashless venue and encourages all guests to bring credit/debit cards or other cashless forms of payment. Cash will not be accepted at The Festival Shop, Wintrust Chair & Table Rental, Dining Pavilion restaurants, and concessions and bars.

  Dining/Concessions at Ravinia Festival®

Ravinia Market, Lawn Bar, Tree Top, and Park View are all open. Concession carts and the Scoop Café additionally serve drinks and snacks. The Freehling Room is open to eligible Ravinia donors (for reservations, call 847-432-7655). Please press the button above or call 847-432-7550 for all other dining reservations.

About the Artist

Singer, songwriter, and producer Natalia Lafourcade began writing songs at an early age and launched her first solo album in 2002. Over her nearly 20-year career, she has been part of countless musical projects, and among her most popular songs are “En el 2000,” “Un derecho de nacimiento,” “Hasta la Raíz,” “Nunca es suficiente,” “Tú sí sabes quererme,” and “De todas las flores.” As a composer, Lafourcade has been recognized on several occasions by SACM (Society of Authors and Composers of Mexico) and ASCAP (American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers), as well as honored with a heft of recording awards, including 15 Latin Grammys, 3 Grammys, and 3 MTV Awards, among others.

At the 2018 Oscars ceremony, she performed the theme song from Pixar’s Coco alongside actor Gael García and musical artist Miguel, and then at the 2019 Grammy Awards she sang with Aída Cuevas and Ángela Aguilar. Laforcade has also been a featured guest with several orchestras—first in 2010, singing traditional Mexican music for the bicentennial celebration of Mexico’s independence with conductor Alondra de la Parra and the Philharmonic Orchestra of the Americas, and recently with the Los Angeles Philharmonic at the invitation of Gustavo Dudamel, performing her own and other Latin American composers’ songs at the Hollywood Bowl.


Natalia Lafourcade

Breaking Barriers Festival Package

Saturday Complete Pass ($125)

Noteworthy concerts and conversations are all included—from a panel on amplifying women composers to a moderated roundtable with lunch, followed by a celebratory Ravinia Steans Music Institute concert. Complete with general admission to the Lawn to hear Natalia Lafourcade, the day pass also provides onsite parking in the West Lot and a one-time discount at The Festival Shop.

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