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Headliner: AB Quintanilla & Elektro Kumbia – Saturday, March 25

AB Quintanilla and Elektro Kumbia is a group that fuses traditional Cumbia with pop and electronica. Their debut album, KUMBIA SHOTS, scheduled to release in early 2017, is a tribute to some of the most popular Latin American songs including “Pasito Tun Tun,” “El Africano,” “Sopa de Caracol,” “Mil Horas” among others. AB Quintanilla is…

Headliner: La Mafia – Friday, March 24

After three decades, 38 albums and over 12 million copies sold, La Mafia is back with their new single “Que No Quede Huella / Como Me Duele Amor” Oscar de la Rosa and Armando Lichtenberger Jr., leaders of the Mafia, started promoting their new single “Que No Quede Huella / Como Me Duele Amor”, with…

Jimmy Gonzalez y Grupo Mazz – Friday, March 24

Jimmy Gonzalez y Grupo Mazz has been on the Tejano music scene for decades with fan favorites like “Agua de Papaya” and “Perdoname.” In 2001 the group won the Grammy for Tejano Album of the year for Quien Iba a Pensar featuring hit single  “A Pesar de Todo.” Led by guitarist Jimmy Gonzalez, Grupo Mazz…

Adalberto and the Latin Breed – Saturday, March 25

The Latin Breed is a musical group known for its tight-knit, crack horn section and lush vocal expressions. This ensemble of musicians specializes in flashy, jazz-inflected horn arrangements and stylistic vocal harmonies. The Breed, as it’s affectionately known to most Tejano music aficionados, helped define the Tejano music experience with it’s traditions since the early…

Pete Astudillo – Saturday, March 25

Pete Astudillo was born in Laredo, TX, and from an early age followed mariachi and conjunto music. He began his musical career as a backup vocalist for the queen of Tejano, Selena, and sang two duets — 1992’s “Aname, Quirereme” and 1993’s “Siempre Estoy Pensando en Ti,” both of which were nominated for Vocal Duo…

David Marez – Saturday, March 25

The illustrious career of Tejano vocalist David Marez, known to his fans as La Voz de Oro, stretches from the early ’70s, when he was the lead vocalist of pioneering Tejano band the Royal Jesters, well into the 21st century, when he continued to enjoy success. His best-known songs include “Yo Soy Chicano” (a Royal…

Las Fenix – Saturday, March 25

Las Fenix present something completely different to their fans. Without leaving the genre they started it, they present something a bit more pop rock. Not only to demonstrate their versatility, but to open the doors to a new audience and to show others that they have no limits in the world of the music. In…

Isabel Marie Sanchez – Saturday, March 25

Isabel Marie Sanchez, born in Chicago, Illinois, is 13 years young who now resides in San Antonio, Texas. Isabel is a recording artist who began singing at a very young age. At 11, Isabel Marie was honored to be signed and to be working on her Debut Album with the legendary Mr. Abraham Quintanilla “Mr.…

Megan Chapa – Friday, March 24

After the success of her debut album Mi Diario with the hit singles “La Otra”, “No La Voy Hacer” and  “Ella O Yo,” the 2016 Tejano Music Awards nominee for Best New Female Artist released her latest single “Viveme”  from her upcoming sophomore album Sueños Inquebrantables.…

B-Side Players – Saturday, March 25

The B-Side Players make music without borders or boundaries. On the group’s 10th release Revolutionize, they continue exploring the multifaceted grooves of Latin America and the Caribbean, incorporation the sounds of Cuba, Jamaica, Mexico and Brazil with the funk, rock, jazz and hip-hop rhythms of their homeland. With Latin music currently dominating the charts in…

Finding Friday – Friday, March 24

Finding Friday is a polished, professional, high energy cover band based out of San Antonio. Playing hits from the 70’s – today, Finding Friday takes pride in keeping the audience entertained and the dance floor jam packed. With superstar lead vocalist Christopher Byrd leading the way, the group covers some of the most vocally gifted…