SAN ANTONIO (Nov. 2, 2021) – San Antonio loves a party and loves to party with family. And The Last Bandoleros are San Antonio family. The band is made up of locals Jerry Fuentes, Diego and Emilio Navaira IV (sons of the late, great Tejano singer Emilio Navaira III) and Derek James, who got to Texas as soon as he could.
With a sound reminiscent of The Texas Tornadoes, this central Texas blend of country, Tex-Mex, and rock ‘n’ roll has captured the ears of music lovers around the world. Appearances on national TV shows, work with major labels, touring and recording with Sting, along with some recent releases has made this Texas band a force to be reckoned with.
The Last Bandoleros return to San Antonio on Thursday, Nov. 11 as the headlining performer for SA Veterans Day at Hemisfair. This free concert is San Antonio’s official Veterans Day celebration and a fundraiser for DAV (Disabled American Veterans). The concert kicks off at 4 p.m. with US Army Band “35 to Nowhere,” followed by The Spazmatics. The Last Bandoleros take the stage at 7:30 p.m. and will perform a 90-minute set. This show is free and open to the public.
SA Veterans Day at Hemisfair is made possible by presenting sponsor H-E-B Operation Appreciation and support from The City of San Antonio, Vantage Bank, Silver Eagle Beverages, Independent Rough Terrain Center, Dixie Flag and Banner Company, Peterson Entertainment, LLC, and Americrane.
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