Jenni Rivera “Celestial Graduation” at the Gibson amphitheater

Jenni Rivera Public Memorial Set for Wednesday: Fans can pay their respects to the late singer at a “Celestial Graduation” at the Gibson amphitheater.

Family “Celestial Graduation” We officially inform all members of the media that on Wednesday December 19, 2012 we will celebrate the graduation into heaven, with honors, of our beloved mother, daughter and sister Jenni Rivera. The ceremony will take place at the Gibson Amphitheater from 10am to 12pm and will be led by Minister Pedro Rivera Jr. We appreciate the privacy and discretion given to the family on the day she is laid to rest. The burial services will be privately held. As a request from Jenni’s children, we ask that in lieu of flowers donations be made to the Jenni Rivera Love foundation in addition to a single white rose. The Rivera family appreciates all the love given to our beloved Jenni Rivera whom graduated on December 9th and now rests in the arms of our Lord. Sincerely Rivera Family

On Thursday, family members announced that they had identified Rivera’s remains, which were flown back to Long Beach Airport
The remains were then taken to All Souls Mortuary, where crowds gathered to pay tribute to the fallen music star, much as they have at the Lakewood home of Rivera’s mother over the past week.

The “Diva de la Banda,” Rivera died just as her career was peaking. She was perhaps the most successful female singer in grupero, a male-dominated Mexico regional style, and had branched out into acting and reality television.

With out a drought the dead of the singer has cause commotion with the Hispanic market.
Most recently, Billboard reported that Rivera’s album sales rose 334% to 6,000 copies. Joyas Prestadas: Pop (Fonovisa/UMLE) nearly quadrupled, going 28-2 on Billboard’s Top Latin Albums chart while sales for Joyas Prestadas: Banda went 39-4 on the chart.

Rivera’s downloads also increased 1,096% to 12,000, with 11 debuts or re-entries on the Regional Mexican Digital Songs chart.
Yesterday, Lupillo Rivera, visibly moved, placed the flower on the seat and sent a message to the public, in a clip recorded on Saturday, broadcast startup issue.

“Thank you for seeing this wonderful scenario. Representing the Rivera family would like to thank the production and the people who have given us their love in this difficult time. Want to share what my sister was standing here.
He liked to come every week, he was excited, but, most importantly, is that you could see this great lady, transparent, with a great career tireless and very faithful to each project he had.

“Nobody owns their own destiny, there are things that are beyond our reach. She was and always will be the strong woman, luchona, and the woman of the people. My sister Jenni Rivera will always be the “Diva of the Band”as she had said, “I love you, my people,” said Lupillo.

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