Since 2008, the Pro Wrestling Revolution has endeavored to return the art of acrobatic battle back to a simpler time. Namely, their revolución resurrects truly freestyle wrestling—the definition of lucha libre. The group tours throughout California with shows that are high-flying and fuerte. It’s been referred to by one of the collective’s luchadores as “the cheapest therapy that exists,” and their undertaking may strike even deeper for the Mexican-American community: Some matches feature heels dressed as US Border Patrol agents. Spectators can also throw back some brew in the beer garden, enjoy Mexican favorites and participate in family-friendly games.
Tue, 6pm, Free
St. James Park, San Jose