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Fuego Productions

Arcadia, California, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2013

Arcadia, California, United States
Established on Jan, 2013
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"The Fear of Fire is Extinguished"

“Believe in yourself and your abilities. Always think about fire safety and always be yourself. Also, break the stereotype that where there is a flame there is fire. Show the world the beauty of fire and that it is not something to fear. Follow your inner flow and let it burn bright through fire performance art.”

Check out the interview with El Fuego de la Vida exclusively on Skilly Magazine Online.

Skilly: Where did this all start? Tell us about your journey in the entertainment business.
El Fuego de la Vida: We started at the Laguna Beach drum circles. Every full moon there would be a drum circle and we would spin fire there. We then performed at the Dana Point Festival of Whales for two years and worked with Casa Romantica on a fundraiser for that historical site.

We moved to LA to pursue AGT (America’s Got Talent) and didn’t end up on it, but the experience opened a lot of doors for us. We have done everything from Burning Man to festivals to backyard bbqs to weddings to music videos. And we like to tour.

What would be your biggest piece of advice for the young kids out there trying to do what you do?
Believe in yourself and your abilities. Always think about fire safety and always be yourself. Also, break the stereotype that where there is a flame there is fire. Show the world the beauty of fire and that it is not something to fear. Follow your inner flow and let it burn bright through fire performance art.

What are some of the hardest challenges and tasks in your position?
People being afraid of fire. Finding places to spin legally and without harassment or hostility. So many venues are afraid to host a fire show. But luckily we are insured so venues like that.

We all know the entertainment business is very tough, but what do you find is the best way to promote and advertise your music?
Word of mouth, consistently being professional and reliable. Never stopping the hustle to make it, stay thirsty. Stay connected with your fans.

Tell us about your city. How are the artists and the fans?
We are tri-city. We have roots in LA, Orange County, and San Diego. We are very blessed to be received with open arms wherever we go. We call our fans “Lighters” because they ignite and spark inspiration in us to keep going.

Where do you see yourself a year from today?
Hopefully on tour and/or competing in the Fire Arts World Cup in Europe.

Who and what were your biggest inspirations? Who do you look up to in today’s world?
Big shout out to Missy Elliot, everything about her is inspiring from her productions to her style to her rhymes and her flow. The city is so inspiring. It’s raw and real. Politics play a role in our daily lives and therefore play a role in our art of course. All music is inspiring as is all nature. We inspire each other to push to new levels. And of course our fans or “Lighters.”

How do you feel about the music coming out today? Do you like it?
What you don’t hear as much on the radio. The sub-genres, the underground, and the EDM infused hip hop is dope to spin to.

Where can we contact you and find you online?
Official Website: www.elfuegodelavida.wordpress.com
YouTube: www.youtube.com/channel/UC-0MnBqoJBmIro4-4VzJsnA
Facebook: @0o0elfuegodelavida0o0
Instagram: @elfuegodelavida
Twitter: @elfuegodancing - Skilly Magazine


"The Art of Fire"

El Fuego de la Vida began in Laguna Beach drum circles and soon found themselves working at the Dana Point Festival of Whales, with non-profit historical societies like Casa Romantica, at the OC Market Place, and they even were on the KTLA Morning Show. They’ve performed everything from Burning Man to backyard BBQs. Their performances are based in Los Angeles, Orange County, and San Diego.
The girl fire troupe currently lives in LA with the aspiration to appear on America’s Got Talent. Their goal is to show the beauty of the element through the art of fire performance. Whether it’s making fire videos or if it’s a life performance, they want the audience to enjoy the show without being afraid of fire. Safety first. - Rude Boy Magazine


"Art Crawl Experience (May 14, 6pm-10pm)"

Art Crawl Experience (ACE) is Downtown Anaheim’s quarterly art walk, held on the second Saturday of February, May, August and November. ACE was created in 2011 through a collaboration of local artists and community leaders to bring arts and culture to Downtown Anaheim.

Brick & Mortar:

MUZEO: Enjoy half-off admission into “Master Craft: The Art of Woodworking.” Join in the drum circle presented by Da African Village outside of Muzeo near the Veteran’s Monument

RARE

Gypsy Den

Pop Comics: Pop! Comics is unveiling its new Pop! Gallery Wall, featuring a mini-exhibition by artist Heather Toledo. “We Are Made of Stardust” finds the familiar placed amongst the celestial, emphasizing the perfection in imperfection, brought forth in Heather’s dynamic style.

Healthy Junk

Cervantes Mexican Kitchen

Caffe Primo

Pour Vida

J MAC Jeweler

Heart & Sole

Barbeer

The Good

Ink & Bean

Center Street Cheese Shop

Remedy Hair

Anaheim Brewery:

Live entertainment:
6pm-6:45pm Felice LaZae
6:55pm-8:05pm BluesBettie
8:10-8:50 Naranjita Flamenco Dancers
9pm-9:30pm El Fuego De La Vida Productions (The Fire of Life ) - Anaheim Art Crawl Experience


"The Aphrodisiacs"

Played Psych Fest in Santa Ana! Photos by Mariah Cruz.

This weekend March 7th and 8th we will be performing
March 7th- Colour My Energy (Cypress)
March 8th- Art Show at CSULB (Cal muthafuckin' State Univeristy of Long BEACH)

Arrive before 5 if you wanna catch our sets

COLOUR MY ENERGY

Set times for tomorrows performance (March 7th)
Come Check us Out!!!
Gonna be dropping three new tracks !

Colour My Energy Line Up for Saturday March 7th! 2pm-1am!

2:30-3:10- Yoga Flow with Jackie Jones
3:15-4:00 PLAYshop "Exquisite Self Care".
Step into a world of the juiciest Self Love you have ever experienced.
Blossoming Breath~work to calm the mind,Meridian Tapping to get the chi flowing and Shakti Shaking to ignite that infinite burning fire of passion for your purpose.
Everything you need to give yourself that extra Self~Care in these powerful times of this potent paradigm shift.
♡ Divine Flow. Shona Keeli Jones

4:00-4:15 | The Crooked Squares
4:20-4:30 | Michael Catti
4:35-4:50 | Jimmy Rockinghorse
4:55-5:05 | Gregory Alba
5:10-5:40 | The Dwellers and The bla bla blas
5:45-6:00 | Prince Charms
6:05-6:20 | BAST
6:25-6:45 | Tell Double
6:50-7:00 | Stevan Morris
7:05-7:15 | Matt Mirshafiee
7:20-7:25 | Toussaint Sam
7:30-7:50 | SeeK the FreeK
7:55-8:15 | C3NA Torre

8:15-8:30 | Raffle giveaways $2 each or 3 for $5

8:30-9:30 | Fire Show
Scorched Entertainment
El Fuego De La Vida Productions
Celeste Verduzco
Kat Mccolm
Kristen Wilcox
Jacquelynn Nicole
Austin Bevis - Artisttrove.com


"Frightfully Fun: 18th Annual Trick-or-Treat Festival"

Ghouls and goblins young and old can take in a full day of events, contests, and entertainment during the 18th Annual Trick or Treat Festival slated for Sunday, Oct. 25 at the Orange County Market Place in Costa Mesa.


Themed “Frightfully Fun” the Festival will offer free daytime trick or treating from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. for children, ages 12 and under, in costume from several vendors and Market Place operations offering free candy and treats. In addition the first 500 kids in line will receive a treat bag filled with goodies and a variety of local attractions tickets.

There will also be free face painting and puppet making, magic shows, sing for sweets karaoke, sing-alongs with the Ukulady, games with prizes, strolling entertainment and an exhibition of snakes, reptile, tarantulas and other creatures from the Southern California Herpetology Association and Rescue.

Among the highlights is the 16th Annual Halloween Hearse Show which in addition to its regular display of antique, classic and restored hearses, funeral cars and ambulances, includes a Bug and Monster Show for vintage VW Beetles and Bugs, Cobras, Spiders, Vipers, Barracudas from any year. Hearses will arrive into the Market Place at 10:30 a.m. following a procession on the streets surrounding the OC Fair & Event Center.

This year’s pumpkin carving exhibition by artist-sculptor Doug Goodyear might be the most peculiar of all displays: the Potential Presidential Candidate Pumpkin Heads, which will feature Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton pumpkin sculptures. There will also be a mock election to vote for the “scarier” of the two Jack-O-Lanterns.

Children 13 and under can also participate in the Frightfully Fun Costume Contest at noon presented by Lakeshore Learning Store for original costumes ( No store bought costumes) to win $25 gift cards and trophies for Most Humorous, Scariest, Most Creative and Best Use of Recycled Materials.

The 5th Annual I Scream for Ice Cream Contest at 1 p.m. presented by Farrell’s Ice Cream Parlours returns to award the best blood curdling shrieks with a Zoo party. There are two divisions: six years and under and seven to 12 years. Space is limited to 15 contestants per division. Sign-ups start an hour prior to the contest.

Contests for older age groups, 13 years and older, will include a pair of costume contests sponsored by El Torito Restaurants and Who Song & Larry’s Cantina starting at 2:15 p.m. They include the Frightfully Dead Costume Contest for zombie; mummy etc. versions of anything or anyone famous or not famous and the Day of the Dead Costume Contest for anyone donning attire and makeup in honor of Dia de los Muertos. Winners receive restaurant gift cards: $75 for first place, $50 for second place and $25 for third place.

Featured entertainment includes the Skeleton Crew from FreakShow Deluxe performing feats of sword swallowing, glass eating, straight jacket escapes, bed of nails and other carnival side show acts and Day of the Dead Tribute dances from El Fuego de la Vida which includes fire spinning and traditional performances by Relampago del Cielo Grupo de Folklorico.

Gourmet food trucks will be offering regular bill of fare as well as Halloween specials such as the Pumpkin Pie Melt: Pumpkin Spiced Mascarpone Cheese with Candied Walnuts and Toasted Marshmallow from the Grilled Cheese Truck.

Admission, which includes the Trick or Treat Festival and the Orange County Market Place, is $2 or free for kids 12 and under. The Market Place is held at the OC Fair & Event Center, 88 Fair Drive, Costa Mesa. - EyeSpyL.A.


"Annual Halloween Festival Scares Up Frightfully Fun Activities"

Featured entertainment includes the Skeleton Crew from FreakShow Deluxe performing feats of sword swallowing, glass eating, straight jacket escapes, bed of nails and other carnival side show acts and Day of the Dead Tribute dances from El Fuego de la Vida which includes fire spinning and traditional performances by Relampago del Cielo Grupo de Folklorico. - Orange County Market Place


"Toast to the Casa- 2014"

Saturday, September 27, 2014

The not-to-be-missed gala benefit of the year in
south Orange County!

This fabulous evening includes:

• Sensational food from San Clemente’s finest restaurants
• Distinctive wines from premium wineries
• Live entertainment
• Fabulous auction

All proceeds from the 2013 Toast will support Casa Romantica’s vibrant year-round calendar of arts, music, literary, and horticultural events and programs for all ages with a special emphasis on cultural and educational experiences for youth and children.

“In my own philanthropy and business endeavors, I have seen the critical role that the arts play in stimulating creativity and in developing vital communities…the arts have a crucial impact on our economy and are an important catalyst for learning, discovery, and achievement in our country.”
– Paul G. Allen, Co-Founder, Microsoft for more information. - CasaRomantica.org


"Explore County Market, OC Market & more"

Southern California Herpetology Assn. and Rescue showed off more than 100 different reptiles, spiders, snakes and other crawly critters — at The Orange County Market Place.... - Orange County MarketPlace


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Fuego Productions

Shows are prepared with full choreography, hair, make-up and costuming to fit your theme as well as full coverage fire-insurance. You will see the magic of fire through dance, fire eating, painting, and breathing. Sets also include multiple tools such as fire fans, fire staff, fire rope dart, fire hoop, and fire torches and more! Choose how many performers you would like and fill your space with light. Pose with our flames and get amazing photos for those social media moments. WE ALSO DO CLASSES! As always El Fuego is the ONLY fire experience with FULL COVERAGE FIRE INSURANCE, professionally trained fire safeties and extinguishers. If you want the venue to be named & additionally insured that's no problem! We just need 72 hours notice. If fire seems too risque for your particular event or your venue won't allow it, have no fear! We also have non-fire props for just the occasion. Some props include:  hoops, fans, ribbons, flags,etc.  We hope to light up YOUR next event! 

El Fuego has worked with many permitting departments as well as fire departments. We have performed at historical sites, county spaces, Los Angeles Natural History Museum, INDOOR clubs and hotels and many other venues hesitant towards fire. El Fuego has NEVER had an accident or incident. Safety always comes first.

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