Lorena Herrera will be this year's Grand Marshal for Vallarta Pride 2018, which will be taking place between May 20th and May 27th and will celebrate the vibrant LGBTTIQ community in Puerto Vallarta.
One of the first celebrities to confirm their participation in Vallarta Pride 2018, is the famous Mexican actress and singer, Lorena Herrera, this year’s Grand Marshal, a place of honor within the festival, and who will also be the star of the free concert offered by Vallarta Pride on Friday, May 25th at Teatro Vallarta, starting at 9:30 p.m. Previous to the concert, special guests and other lucky guests will be able to accompany Lorena Herrera in a VIP Cocktail to be held at Mangos Beach Club, at 8:00 p.m.
Lorena Herrera began her career as a model participating in the contests of how “The Look Of The Year”, “Miss Bikini International” and “Miss Univision”. She has also participated in a total of 56 films, including ‘Cocaína’, ‘El Arrecife de los Alacranes’, ‘La Fichera más Rápida del Oeste’, and ‘Traición’; and telenovelas such as ‘Muchachitas’, ‘Dos mujeres, un camino’’ ‘El premio mayor’, ‘María Isabel’ and ‘Amy, La niña de la mochila azul’.
In 1996 Lorena debuted as a singer with her self-titled album of which the single “Soy” was highlighted. In 2015, she independently published the single “Masoquista”, in which she dabbled in dance-electronic music. That same year with Flash, Lorena was consecrated as one of the Mexican artists with the best visual productions. With this song, Herrera established herself as an icon for the LGBT community and began a series of presentations in the most important gay clubs in Mexico.
In 2016 she published the video for “Plastik”, the third single released from her new musical stage. That same year, the video “Karma” made its debut, where Lorena left aside the erotic style of his previous clips to focus on other audiovisual elements such as costumes, stages and camera movements. All the money raised through digital platforms with this song was donated to children living in extreme poverty in Mexico.
Source: Gay PV Magazine