The 41st annual Tejano Music Awards will be a virtual event for the second straight year and “The Biggest Night in Tejano Music” will make a return to broadcast television in 2021.
The Tejano Music Awards will be broadcast on San Antonio television station WOAI-TV (NBC News 4) on Saturday, December 11, 2021, at 8 p.m., organizers announced on Thursday (Oct. 14)
The virtual event will also be broadcast on other Sinclair Broadcast Group Texas television stations in the cities of El Paso, San Angelo, Corpus Christi, Abilene, and Harlingen.
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Each year the Tejano Music Awards recognizes the artistic efforts and achievements of songwriters, performers, and musicians of the Tejano music industry.
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