Tejano Music Awards Fanfair kicks off Thursday at San Antonio’s Market Square | Concert Announcements | San Antonio
Grab your hats and boots, folks. The 42nd Annual Tejano Music Awards Fanfair returns this week to San Antonio’s historic Market Square.
Dozens of Tejano and conjunto artists will gather in the “Tejano Capital of the World” for this free four-day event that typically draws tens of thousands of people. The fiesta begins at noon on Thursday, March 17 and won’t end until Sunday, March 20.
Tejano food, drink, and clothing will be available for purchase from vendors who are expected to fill the marketplace. Guests can also meet their favorite musicians at scheduled autograph sessions during the event.
Among the artists scheduled this year are:
- Shelly Lares
- Stefani Montiel
- Monique Saldivar
- Isabelle Marie
- the lost boys
- Max Baca and Los Texmaniacs
- Roger Velasquez & The Latin Legendz
- Eddie Gonzalez
- David Farias
- Mike Gonzalez and the Iconicz
- Los Chamacos
- Sunny Sauceda
- Laura Linda
- Conjunto Cats
- Jase Martin of the Electric Cowboys
- Patsy Torres
- Band Art Tigerina
- Rick Fuentes and the Brown Express
- Da Krazy Pimpz
- Emanuel J
- TJ Kings
- latin texan
- Ricardo Castillon and La Diferenzia
- Romo Conjunto
- Boni Mauricio
La Fanfare precedes the annual Tejano Music Awards show, scheduled for this fall. The event is organized in collaboration with the Texas Talent Musicians nonprofit, whose mission is to promote greater appreciation and understanding of Tejano music.
Free, 12 p.m.-11 p.m. Thursday, March 17 through Sunday, March 20, Historic Market Square, 514 W. Commerce St., tejanomusicawards.com.
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