As part of its sponsorship of the 8th annual Latin Grammys, McDonald's has launched a traveling exhibit labeled "Museo de la Musica McDoanld's"
(McDonald's Music Museum).

The museum on wheels launched Sept. 6 in Los Angeles, where it will remain through September 30 before heading out to Chicago, Miami, Dallas, New York, Phoneix, Albuquerque and Las Vegas. The traveling exhibits features objects belonging to a broad variety of Latin acts, including Celia Cruz, Ramón Ayala, Alejandro Fernández, Tito Puente, Juanes, Maná, Héctor Lavoe and El Gran Combo. The museum also has a Gibson Guitar station and a booth where visitors can obtain information on scholarships funded by McDonald's Ronald McDonald's House Charities.

McDonald's is also a sponsor of the Latin Grammy street parties, which kick off Sept. 30 in Chicago. The Latin Grammys take place Nov. 8 in Las Vegas and will air live on the Univision network.