Don’t Miss the Festival People En Español in San Antonio!

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Festival People en Español 2013


On Labor Day Weekend Latinos will come together for the 2013 Festival People en Español. This amazing event will bring together an array of Latino artists and celebrities for a nationwide celebration Hispanic culture, entretainment and music during two days and two nights. The Festival People en Español will be held in San Antonio Texas on August 31st and September 1st 2013.

For a whole weekend the Latino community will come together to enjoy all those things that we are passionate about: music, food, fashion and beauty.


Festival People en Español 2013


The festival will have free family-friendly, interactive daytime events with celebrities like Maite Perroni, Angelica Maria, Jencarlos Canela, and many more at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center.

The day will transition into two nights of exciting ticketed concert performances at the Alamodome with world remowned artists including:  Gloria Estefan, Alejandro Fernandez, Jencarlos Canela, Wisin Y Yandel, Demi Lovato and many others.

This is an event that everyone can enjoy. There will even be a children’s area available with fun and educational activities and kids can enjoy the evening concerts along with their parents.


This will be an unforgettable fiesta you will not want to miss!

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For more information about Festival People En Español 2013 and to purchase your tickets visit  You can also like People en Español on Facebook and follow them on Twitter @peopleenespanol to stay up to date with all the awesome Festival events.

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