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Mission Pachanga Returns To Mission Park Pavillion

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COURTESY SAUSTEX RECORDS
  • courtesy Saustex Records
As something of a capstone to World Heritage Festival, a week of festivities and educational opportunities centered around our very own World Heritage sites, the Mission Pachanga is a culturally-relevant (and free) concert.

Featuring a bill that indicates someone in the planning department knows the music that is closest to the heart of San Anto, the event stands as a must-attend for fans of local music and the way in which said music celebrates our diverse heritage.

In addition to live music from Eva Ybarra (conjunto/Tejano pioneer and squeezebox wiz), Piñata Protest (fierce Tex-Mex punk crew), Grupo Frackaso (apocalyptic cumbia group), Los De Esta Noche (Latin ska/punk band), and Chulita Vinyl Club (all-vinyl, all-girl DJ collective), this event will include poetry readings, Ballet Folklórico, and food.

Saturday, September 9, Free, 10am-5pm, Mission Park Pavilion, 6030 Padre Drive, worldheritagefestival.org.


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