Dance all weekend at the 38th Tejano Conjunto Festival, which continues Friday through Sunday at Rosedale Park, with more than 25 bands performing.
High schooler Ciara Casarez has won this year’s Tejano Conjunto Festival poster contest, a first in the festival’s 38-year history.
Juan and Armando Tejeda will release a new CD of Chicano roots music on Saturday, Nov. 17 at the Guadalupe Theater.
Botánica Music and Arts Festival investors hope to enhance the local economy by keeping concert production spending and revenues in San Antonio.
Many attendees have built friendships with each other centered around their love for the Tejano Conjunto Festival.
The pavilion at Rosedale Park was filled with dancing and spectators sitting in lawn chairs with cold beers in their hands.
The Tejano Conjunto Festival, one of San Antonio’s most beloved cultural events, kicks off Tuesday with events through Sunday.
After more than a month without steady leadership, the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center has appointed Cristina Ballí as its new executive director. With 20 years of experience in the nonprofit sector, a decade in Latino arts programming and administration, and a recent tenure with Austin-based Texas Folklife under her belt, Ballí is poised to breathe new life into the Guadalupe’s programming.
It was a fiesta in Rosedale Park on Saturday, as hundreds of people danced and swayed to the music for the 35th Tejano Conjunto Festival, hosted by the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center.
It’s a word that immediately invokes the sound of an accordion and bajo sexto, the voices of ebullient children and just slightly tipsy tios giving thanks for the chance to revel and relax in the San Anto sun. Conjunto, stripped down simply means “a grouping, or integration,” but it means so much more to la gente of the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center’s Tejano Conjunto Festival, going strong in its 35th year at Rosedale Park in San Antonio’s southwest side.