UPDATE: THIS EVENT HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED TO SEPT. 5, 2021.
Summer is upon us and we are finally free to get out of the house and have fun again! The biggest and most dynamic Fiesta de Mayo celebration will take place Memorial Day Weekend, Sunday, May 30 in Houston, Texas.
The Fiesta de Mayo Fest is an amalgamation of Latin musical styles ranging from Cumbia, Merengue, Reggeaton, Bachata, R&B, Pop and Rap – so no fan of Latin music will be left out!
Fiesta de Mayo Fest will feature the biggest international artists such as A.B. Quintanilla III y Los Kumbia Kingz Allstarz featuring Pete Astudillo, Elvis Crespo, Ivy Queen, Frankie J, Baby Bash, Fulanito, Xtreme, Lil Big Kids, Leosmany, Low G, Rasheed and from the Netflix Selena series Madison Taylor Baez and Carlos Alfredo Jr., all hosted by Mario Lopez.
The Fiesta De Mayo will not only be filled with tons of amazing performances but also rows and rows of crafts for sale and tasty treats from delicious food vendors.
The all-ages event that will also be available to stream via pay-per-view will be benefit the non-profit organization Rock Out Against Bullying.
Presale tickets now at only $25.00. Limited VIP Meet and Greet are available. For tickets, vendors or artists showcase: www.fiestademayofest.com.
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Wow this is a crap line up…is it for a 16 and under crowd? Why is Ab and his kumbia krap headlining anything….didn’t his music almost kill real tejano music the first time around?