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    Address 1750 N. Vine Street

    Ceremony date 06/27/2024

Jenni Rivera
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Jenni Rivera


The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce honored the late Jenni Rivera with a posthumous star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Rivera was honored with the 2,783rd star, in front of Capitol Records at 1750 N. Vine Street. Rivera’s star was dedicated in the category of Recording. 

jenniriveraWHO | HONOREE   The Late Jenni Rivera

EMCEE                       Entertainment news correspondent Jessica Maldonado

GUEST SPEAKERS  Singer Gloria Trevi.  Accepting the star will be the children of Jenni Rivera: Jacqie, Johnny, Chiquis, Jenicka, and Michael

WHAT                        Dedication of the 2,783rd star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

WHEN                        Thursday, June 27, 2024 at 11:30 a.m.

WHERE                      1750 N. Vine Street, in front of Capitol Records

WATCH LIVE            The event was streamed live exclusively at


The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce honored the late Jenni Rivera with a posthumous star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.  Rivera was honored with the 2,783rd star, in front of Capitol Records at 1750 N. Vine Street. Rivera’s star was dedicated in the category of Recording.  Joining emcee Jessica Maldonado as speaker was performer Gloria Trevi.  Accepting the star were Rivera’s children: Jacqie, Johnny, Chiquis, Jenicka, and Michael.

The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce administers the legendary Hollywood Walk of Fame for the City of Los Angeles and has proudly hosted the globally iconic star ceremonies for decades. Millions of people from here and worldwide have visited this cultural landmark since 1960.


“The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce is proud to honor the legendary Jenni Rivera with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame,” stated Ana Martinez, Walk of Fame Producer. “Jenni’s star represents not only her incredible achievements as an artist, but also her resilience, courage, and unwavering spirit that continue to inspire her fans around the world,” added Martinez.

Known worldwide as “La Diva de la Banda”, Jenni Rivera is an icon, singer-songwriter, producer, entrepreneur, Mexican music phenomenon, and mother, whose legacy in music lives on through the Jenni Rivera Estate led by her children.  Without a doubt, Jenni Rivera impacted, influenced, and inspired an entire generation of regional Mexican music and culture. She remains “one of the best-selling regional Mexican artists of all-time” with millions of records sold.

Born Dolores Janney “Jenni” Rivera Saavedra to immigrant parents in Long Beach, California, she gravitated towards music, launching her career in 1992. Getting real, her songs spoke on topics ranging from relationships to societal ills, resonating with fans worldwide. Throughout her career, she notably received the Premio Lo Nuestro for “Best Female Artist of Regional Mexican Music” 9 consecutive times (18 Premios Lo Nuestro in total), 2 Billboard Awards, 22 Billboard Latin Music Awards, and 4 Latin GRAMMY® nominations, among others. In 2008, the blockbuster album Jenni became her first #1 debut on the Billboard Top Latin Albums Chart. Her legendary catalog consists of multi-platinum #1 albums such as Parrandera, Rebelde y Atrevida; La Gran Señora; and Joyas Prestadas. She was also powered by hits like “Inolvidable”, and “Ya Lo Sé”.

In May 2013, after Rivera’s passing, the GRAMMY® Museum dedicated an exhibit to Jenni, enshrining her as “the first Latino artist with a dedicated exhibit at the museum.” The City of Long Beach opened the Jenni Rivera Memorial Park in 2016, and the Los Angeles City Council has deemed August 6 “Jenni Rivera Day.”

Eleven years after the eternal Diva de la Banda passed away, producers Sergio Lizárraga and Pavel Ocampo, released Rivera’s posthumous album Misión Cumplida, which includes eight unreleased songs that have achieved RIAA Gold Certification for sales in the United States. The song “Pedacito de Mí” hit the No. 1 spot on the Popular Radio Chart in Mexico, while the hit “El Que Hoy Está en Tu Lugar” ranked in the Top 10 of Billboard’s Regional Mexican Airplay chart for several consecutive weeks, reflecting the unwavering support of “La Diva de la Banda” fans. Thanks to the undisputed success of the album, Jenni Rivera’s Estate released the vinyl record of Misión Cumplida, which offered audiences a new experience to enjoy the music of the “Eternal Diva de la Banda”.

Recently, Rivera’s voice once again took the digital platforms by storm with the release of a new version for “Que Me Entierren Cantando” alongside her brother Lupillo Rivera. The song has a special meaning as it shows the immense talent and emotional bond shared between brother and sister.

Prior to the album launch, Jenni Rivera’s estate released several tracks that went viral and received multiple certifications. In 2019, they released “Aparentemente Bien”, which was certified platinum and trended at #1 in the United States. In 2020, “Engañémoslo” was certified gold, and in 2021, “Motivos” was released in two versions: Banda & Mariachi. Without a doubt, Rivera has left a lot of music for her fans to enjoy.

Rivera’s five children continue to carry on her legacy by managing and operating Rivera’s foundation for helping domestic abuse victims. Following the realization of her own experience as a domestic violence survivor, the family established the Jenni Rivera Love Foundation. The foundation provides services to single mothers and victims of both domestic and sexual abuse, continuing its mission of service today. In May 2016, the Jenni Rivera Love Foundation, in alliance with New Life Beginnings, inaugurated “Jenni’s Refuge”, a shelter for women and children in Long Beach, California.

Movies, tribute concerts, and documentaries will continue to commemorate Jenni’s legacy and extend it into a new era. Jenni’s spirit lives on forever in her art, and her work continues to change lives.

As Rivera’s estate prepares to release more commemorative projects, Jenni’s spirit continues to inspire and uplift audiences worldwide. Her indelible mark on music and culture ensures that her legacy will endure for generations to come.