Rupa & The April Fishes will be the final act in this summer’s FREE World Music Series tonight at 7 p.m. on the Armstrong Hall Quad (or in the theater in the event of rain) on the Colorado College campus at the corner of Cascade Avenue and Cache La Poudre. The San Francisco-based band brings musical dishes from around the world to the table with their cabaret-style songs in French, Spanish and English.

You can download their song “Este Mundo” for free HERE at their Cumbancha label website. You can watch a video for their song “Une Americaine a Paris” here:

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