The second annual Spring Break Fest will take over a downtown San Antonio block with live entertainment featuring Tejano legends to emerging artists for three nights from March 17 – 19, 2023 at Plaza Guadalupe.
The all-ages show, presented by Lopez Entertainment, will feature performances from Gary Hobbs, Marcos Orozco, Solido, Ricky Naranjo Y Los Gamblers, Ma$$oro, Roberto Pulido, Los Desperadoz, Los Garcia Bros, and many more.
|Friday, March 17||Saturday, March 18||Sunday, March 19|
|Marcos Orozco (10:15p)||Gary Hobbs (10:15p)||Ma$$soro (5:30p)|
|Ricky Naranjo Y Los Gamblers (8:30p)||Solido (8:30p)||Los Desperadoz (4:00p)|
|Los Garcia Bros (7:15p)||Roberto Pulido (7:00p)||Conjunto Romo (2:45p)|
|Da Krazy Pimpz (6:00p)||Laura Denisse (5:45p)||Mario Moreno (2:00p)|
|Tristan Ramos (5:00p)||Chente Barrera (4:30p)||Willie Cantu & Starlight Band (1:00p)|
|DJ (4:00p)||Conjunto Cats (3:15p)||Heavenlee & Her One Man Band (12:00p)|
|Grupo Cielo (2:00p)|
|Marcus Daniels (12:00p)|
Along with live music, the Spring Break Fest Block Party includes food, drinks, vendors, and more. A day pass for the event is $20, or $40 for a weekend pass, with VIP packages available. For more information call 210-777-7839. Plaza Guadalupe is located at 1327 Guadalupe Street in San Antonio, Texas.
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