Tejano Explosion is one of the biggest annual events in San Antonio with dynamic high-quality performances from top Tejano artists with fans that travel from across the country for the “Must See Tejano Music Event” for Tejano music lovers the world over. The people who attend represent every walk of life, sharing their love of Tejano Music.
Tejano Explosion is recognized locally and nationally as having the best line-up of Tejano artists in the Tejano music industry. The fans come to enjoy the best Tejano entertainers over a ten-day period, at the Biggest Tejano Party during Fiesta week.
This year’s lineup features Tejano icons and legends including Gary Hobbs, David Marez, Joe Posada, Jay Perez, Ram Herrera, David Farias, Jaime DeAnda, Los Palominos, Los Desperadoz, Michael Salgado, and many more with a finale showcasing a top tier headliner that will be announced on Feb. 23. See the full list of performers and dates below.
- Thu., March 31 — Gary Hobbs + David Mares + Joe Posada
- Fri., April 1 — Jay Perez + Ram Herrera + Stevie D
- Sat. April 2 — AB Quintanilla Y Los Kumbia Allstar + Jaime DeAnda + Street Talk Band
- Sun., April 3 — Ricky Naranjo + David Farias + La Calma
- Thur., April 7 — Los Palominos + Los Desperadoz + Sunny Sauceda
- Fri., April 8 — Michael Salgado + Marcos Orozco + El Dorado Band
- Sat., April 9 — To be announced + Chente Barrera + Los Garcia Bros.
Tejano Explosion 2022 offers a living experience of our culture, as it relates to Tejano music, traditional foods, crafts, and fellowship. The event takes place at 700 W. Houston Street in San Antonio. V.I.P. and general admission tickets are available at www.tejanoexplosion.com. Tejano Explosion will follow city guidelines regarding safety and health guidance.
This year I’ll be having my Tejano Party Patrol out with merchandise so look for me, look for my website at www.jinaink.com.
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