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Tejano Music Festival Coming to Stranahan Theater Grounds

By La Prensa Staff

 

Tejano and Mexican music will fill the summer air outside the Stranahan Theater the last weekend of August, 2021. Promoters recently announced the first musical acts that have committed to perform at the first-ever Midwest Tejano y Mexicano Festival that will take place in Toledo Friday evening, Aug. 27 through Sunday evening, Aug. 29.

 

Tejano music superstars Joe López of Grupo Mazz, Michael Salgado, Obzesion, and K-Paz de La Sierra, and Sementales de Nuevo León are among the confirmed musical acts set to perform.

 

In addition to music, promoters are promising a family-friendly weekend of fun at the outdoor event, including:
 

 Local vendors;

Food trucks and food stands;

• VIP hospitality tents; and

• Digital and gaming experiences for kids and adults.

 

Friday-only general admission will be $18, while VIP passes will cost $58. Single day passes for Saturday-only or Sunday-only general admission will be $58, while VIP passes will run $128. Three-day general admission to the festival will cost $99, while VIP passes to the entire event will run $184.

 

Friday night’s lineup will feature some of the best Tejano acts in the Midwest, including Toledo’s own Yvonne y Fuego, DJ Kane y Su Grupo, Motivo, and Bad Boys.

 

Michael Salgado will headline Saturday’s entertainment lineup, which also features Obzesion, Los Tiranos del Norte, K-Paz de La Sierra, and Los Aztecas of Toledo.

 

The festival’s final day will feature Joe López, Eliseo Robles y Su Voz de Oro, Sementales de Nuevo León and Los Hermanos Villegas of Adrian, Michigan. Promoters promise to announce more acts in the coming weeks.

 

Promoters are trying to offer access to a general audience in the thousands, along with a VIP experience aimed at more affluent Latinos that get them closer access to the stage for individuals and groups willing to reserve a VIP tent for the weekend. VIP’s also are being promised top-self bars, shade, private toilets and seating. More information on the festival is available online at https://musicatix.com.

 

La Familia Mancha Entertainment also is planning a pair of big music events this summer.

 

The Conjunto Cats will be the featured performers Friday, July 9, 7 p.m., at Main Street Bar and Grill, 141 Main St., East Toledo. The Young Guns and Burciaga Brothers also will perform. Pre-sale tickets are $15, $25 at the door. There will be food available, a cash bar, and raffles. Parking is available in the rear.

 

Stefani Montiel is the featured performer at the Tejano-Conjunto Summer Bash, to be held Saturday, July 17, at 3717 CR 69 in Gibsonburg. Other entertainers scheduled include Conjunto Champs, Los Hermanos Villegas, DJ Arsi, and DJ Urbina. Gates open at 3 p.m., while the music will begin at 5 p.m.

 

Pre-sale general admission tickets are $25, $35 at the gate. VIP tickets cost $45, while a VIP tent runs $275. The outdoor event will occur rain or shine. Coolers, lawn chairs and pop-up tents are welcomed.

 

Tickets are available online for both events at https://lfme.ticketleap.com.

 

 

 
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Revised: 06/15/21 15:29:17 -0700.

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