DALLAS, TEXAS — The inaugural Dallas Tejano Festival promises to be the biggest Tejano event this year featuring major Tejano stars for an exciting three-day outdoor event at the Skyline Ranch Event Center on September 9 – 11, 2022.
Saturday, September 10 is a full Tejano explosion with Monica Saldivar, Magnifico 7, Grupo Pression, Ram Herrera, The Homeboyz, Los Desperadoz, Tejano Highway 281, with Latin Grammy Award winner Los Palominos closing the night.
Sunday, September 11 will be extremely exciting with the Conjunto Cats, Chente Barrera, David Farias, Los Garcia Brothers, Jay Perez, and the finale will be the one and only “King of the Brown Sound,” Little Joe y La Familia.
Along with the Tejano heavy weights, spinning the music between breaks will be DJ Roc D and DJ Lui from KNON 89.3.
Promoter Alberto Moreno is hopeful for a successful event, so the Dallas Tejano Festival will become an annual occurrence, every year getting bigger and better.
General admission and VIP tickets are available but are going fast. VIP includes a meet and greet with the artists, and private restrooms with air conditioning, tables, and chairs. Vendors, Grito competition, and sponsorships opportunities are available.
A guaranteed good time with food, friends, family, and of course Tejano music will be at the Dallas Tejano Festival. Sounds like an amazing way to end the work week.
The Dallas Tejano Festival will take place at the Skyline Ranch Event Center, 1801 E Wheatland Road in Dallas, Texas. To purchase tickets go to DallasTejanoFestival.com.
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