There is no better way to spend Summer than attending carnivals, events and concerts. It's all just screams "fun". If you are in the San Antonio, TX area you are all in for a huge treat. The Festival People En Español will be held on September 1-2, celebrating Hispanic entertainment, culture and community. The event is presented by Target and includes performances from the biggest names in Latino music; Luis Miguel, Tito "El Bambino", Prince Royce and more. The Festival People En Español will be free to visitors. It will include musical performances and even Q&A sessions with telenovela stars. In addition, Festival People En Español will offer visitors two days of free, open to the public events including the opportunity to catch exclusive Q&A sessions with celebrities and telenovela stars, hear tips from leading industry experts on topics ranging from fashion to wellness, and interact with favorite brands.
The event sounds like tons of fun, and a great way to get the family our for some free fun! Tickets are on sale for the performances, and if we lived nearby, we would definitely be checking out those Luis Miguel and Tito "El Bambino" performances. I became a huge fan of reggaeton back in the late 90's - early 00's, before it exploded around 2004. Hector and Tito was one of my favorite duos, but they have since then split. They continue to make great music. Luis Miguel is just a household name in practically every Latino family's parties. Since I can remember, our family parties will always have that romantic Luis Miguel song playing lat into the night for the couples, it's music that lasts well into the generations.
If a free amazing weekend-long event to celebrate Hispanic culture wasn't enough, the great people over at Mamiverse.com are hosting weekend-long Twitter party celebrations for a chance to win fabulous prizes, including 16 concert tickets, $900 in Target gift cards and more:
- Virtual Make-Over ‘Salon’ on Saturday 9/1 at 3-4pm EST will mirror a ‘Beauty Day’ with your bestie, on-site make-up tips, techniques, etc.
- El Mundo Baila Twitter Party on Sunday 9/1 at 3-4pm EST will focus on the Latin music featured at Festival, including favorite songs, pictures of key moments in artists lives, etc.
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