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Latinapalooza Music Festival

May 26 @ 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm

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May 26
12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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City of Austin Parks and Recreation Department
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The Austin Parks and Recreation Department has been the steward of the City of Austin’s public lands since 1928.  As such, we protect and maintain parkland and our urban forest. We preserve trails, and offer a variety of sports, recreation, educational enrichment, arts programs, cultural opportunities, nature and aquatic activities.

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This May, some of Austin’s favorite Latina acts will deliver on talent and culture for a free Latinapalooza show on Sunday, May 26 from 12 noon to 5 p.m. at the Lampkin Pavilion in Rosewood Park, 1182 North Pleasant Valley Rd., behind the ballfields and adjacent to New York Ave. The show will feature emerging and long-time performances by Bidi Bidi Banda, Llamativa, Mariachi Las Coronelas, The Tiarras and Patricia Vonne.

12 Noon – Bidi Bidi Banda: Selena tribute band fronted by Stephanie Bergara and her Tejano musicians.
1 p.m. – Llamativa:  An 8 piece all female Chicanx band from San Antonio that pushes the boundaries of Latin genre with Cumbia, Salsa, Bolero, Chacha and Tejano influences.
2 p.m. – Mariachi Las Coronelas: a modern all-female mariachi ensemble, famously known for traditional mariachi boleros, rancheras, original music and their high energy performances.
3 p.m. – The Tiarras: Three powerhouse Tejana sisters, represent the next generation of Latina music. Their mission-driven eclectic sound and anthemic lyrics celebrate unity, empowerment, inclusion and a love of community.
4 p.m. – Patricia Vonne: A Tex –Mex spitfire with a rock n roll heart who plays a border crossing, bilingual mix of flamenco and Mexican influences with all American rock n roll.

Latinapalooza is Austin’s premiere Latina/Hispanic music showcase that connects culture and community. This community show is a collaboration between the artists sponsored by City of Austin Cultural Arts Division and Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center.

Almost unconsciously, Austin’s Eastside is this city’s heart center. Even with updated facades and a new crop of residents, its cultural origin magnetizes new arrivals and tourists and is still home to so many who defined its history. Celebrating that history and energy are some of Austin’s most talented and beloved Latina musicians at this free, family-friendly, outdoor event.

Latinapalooza was founded by singer/songwriter, actress and entrepreneur Patricia Vonne, and it has been an official SXSW showcase for the past three years. In addition to being part of SXSW, this event is now a free showcase offered in May celebrating Latin music and culture with an all female Latina lineup performing everything from mariachi, pop, Tejano to flamenco roots rock.

“There’s a sisterhood of musicians in Austin that have put the city on an international map, but also spotlights Austin’s specific cultural heritage. I’m excited as ever to perform with and for familia,” said Patricia Vonne.


Rosewood Park
2300 Rosewood Avenue
Austin, TX 78702 United States
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