Ring in the New Year with the hottest new Orquesta in Tejano music, LA 45, all from the comfort of your own home!
A message on the Facebook event page read, “Since you can’t come to the party, WE’LL BRING THE PARTY TO YOU! Staying safe and staying home DOES NOT MEAN YOU CAN NOT CELEBRATE!”
This year has been challenging for all of us, and we are all praying for a better year in 2021. So let’s welcome it with a BANG and some good old CHICANO MUSIC!
“The Next Generation of Chicano Music” will go live at the Grand Event Center in San Antonio, Texas on Thursday night. LA 45 will feature songs from their entire music catalog as well as some of your favorite old school Chicano hits! So stay home, stay safe, and let the party come to you!
HOW TO WATCH:
La 45 wants to be a part of your countdown to midnight! The event will be streamed live for the Eastern, Central, and Pacific time zones to make sure everyone gets to celebrate at the right time.
The link to purchase your ticket and final instructions on how to stream the show from any device you want is available here so you can ring in the New Year Chicano style!
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