With the new “Taco Fest: Music y Mas” scheduled at La Villita on the second weekend in April, the future of the Maverick Music Festival is uncertain.
Botánica Music and Arts Festival investors hope to enhance the local economy by keeping concert production spending and revenues in San Antonio.
Tricentennial officials are unable to find sponsors or otherwise raise adequate funding to underwrite the $1.2 million required to support the festival’s expansion.
The beauty of the festival is its ability to create intimacy in presenting Grammy-nominated artists while also making local talent seem larger than life.
Maverick Music Festival has put together a high-caliber lineup of local and national musical acts that will take the stage this Friday and Saturday in downtown San Antonio.
Speakers at the fall TEDx San Antonio event on Saturday explored ways toward more effective leadership and how people can use creativity and innovation to improve their lives and community.
Despite portentous clouds and humidity throughout the afternoon, the cosmos cooperated and the second day of the Maverick Music Festival was left mainly dry.
Starting on a Friday at 5 p.m., the Maverick Music Festival got off to an understandably leisurely start.
Maverick Music Festival organizers have upped the ante for its fourth year with the announcement that the lively psychedelic alternative rockers The Flaming Lips will join hip hop group Public Enemy as headliners during the April 8-9 festival in La Villita Historic Arts Village.
“Years from now, when hundreds of thousands of people are at Maverick Music Festival, remember that you were here today.”