Webb Party Returns to Fiesta with an ’80s Theme and ‘American Idol’ Alum David Hernandez

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COURTESY OF DAVID HERNANDEZ
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The San Antonio AIDS Foundation’s Webb Party returns after a one-year hiatus with an ’80s-themed “Reboot,” featuring a live entertainment roster headlined by vocalist David Hernandez, who gained national attention on the seventh season of American Idol and came out as gay last year. Influenced by the likes of Stevie Wonder, Alicia Keys and Michael Jackson, Hernandez recently returned to the stage in the national and international tours of Ballroom with a Twist, a live spinoff of Dancing with the Stars. As one of SAAF’s signature fundraisers, the Webb usually attracts more than 1,500 revelers and helps raise over $100,000 annually for the organization’s client services, including free HIV testing and a hot meals program. Hosted by the Bonham Exchange, “Reboot” also includes performances by Cornyation favorites The Pointless Sisters, plus “exotic cuisine tastings” and three drink tickets per guest. $75-$175, 7:30pm-midnight Fri, Apr. 21, Bonham Exchange, 411 Bonham St., (210) 225-4715, sanantonioaids.org.

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