Mala Luna Returns To San Antonio This Fall, Presale Tickets Available


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It’s that time again folks!

Mala Luna Music Festival is returning to San Antonio for their third annual event. The two-day celebration of music and culture will take place Saturday, October 27 and Sunday, October 28 (Halloween weekend) at Nelson Wolff Stadium.

While the lineup has yet to be announced, based on the headliners they’ve brought in the past like Lil Wayne and Future, chances are you’re getting high-caliber entertainment again.

In a continuing effort to give back to the festival’s growing fan base and to the San Antonio community for their support, Mala Luna Music Festival has just released an extremely limited number of specially priced two-day GA tickets for just $98.50. These presale tickets are available for purchase today, June 22, through Sunday, June 24, while supplies last. Fans must sign up for the festival’s newsletter at or 98.5 FM The Beat’s email newsletter for access to this special presale.

Regularly priced Early Bird weekend GA passes will go on sale Monday, June 25, at 10am for $109. For those looking for the ultimate festival experience, Mala Luna ticket buyers should opt for one of the two-day VIP ticket packages. Various VIP Packages this year include Black Moon ($139), Harvest Moon ($159), and Fly Me to the Moon ($399), with perks including preferred viewing areas, expedited entry, dedicated bars and restroom facilities, festival merch, and more. Interested patrons are encouraged to act fast as these VIP tickets are in short supply and will continue to increase in price as the event date approaches.
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