SAN ANTONIO, TX — The Tejano Music Awards Fan Fair is back and with Tejano music, better and brighter than ever. The Texas Talent Musicians Association (TTMA) presents the Tejano Music Awards FanFair 2022 for March 17-20, 2022 (Friday-Sunday). Fans from all over the country will travel to the heart of Tejano music, downtown San Antonio, to celebrate this cultural genre at the historic Market Square.
The four-day event runs from 12:00 noon to 11:00 pm each night and will showcase bands from across the U.S. and Mexico. TMA Fan Fair showcases bands from Arizona, California, Colorado, New Mexico, Florida, Michigan, Ohio, and of course Texas. This event has drawn more than 100,000 die-hard fans each year and offers an up-close and personal atmosphere with live music on four stages featuring emerging acts and top established performers as well as surprise guest performances.
The family-oriented event has plenty of traditional food, beverages, and vendor booths as well as Tejano Music merchandise. Fans will get exclusive access to their favorite artists participating in the special autograph sessions during the four-day event.
The Tejano Music Awards continues to shine each year by producing the largest Tejano Music event in the country. Scheduled to perform La Calma, Devin Banda, Albert Zamora & El Proyecto Zamora, Tejano Roze y La Nueva Sensacion, Cindy Ramos, Angel Gonzalez y Vimana 2.0, Liz Garcia, Savannah V, Rick Balderrama y La Patria, 805 Cali Tejanos, Hugo Guerrero, Zenzio, Los Amigos A.S.G, Flavio Longoria & The Conjunto Kingz, Joe Vic Reyna, Grupo Eztilo, Shevi Love, JT y Los Criminales, Tejano Boys, Candace Vargas, Ray Ray, Red Wine Band, Ismael Gutierrez Y Su Pasion Nortena and many more.
San Antonio the “Tejano Music Capital of the World”, will host the 42nd annual Tejano Music Awards for Fall of 2022.
For the latest information on Tejano Music Awards Fan Fair 2022 and performance schedule, visit the official website at www.tejanomusicawards.com. The schedule is subject to change.
Texas Talent Musicians Association (TTMA) is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to promote professional excellence; a better understanding and greater appreciation for Tejano music; and to provide a public forum for songwriters, performs and musicians in order to recognize their artistic efforts and achievements through the annual Tejano Music Awards and related events. TTMA is based in San Antonio, Texas.
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