39th Annual Tejano Conjunto Festival in May canceled
A smaller version of the festival might take place in Sept.
SAN ANTONIO – Another popular festival has been canceled.
The Tejano Conjunto Festival, which was supposed to take place May 13-17 at the Guadalupe Theater and Rosedale Park, was officially canceled on Wednesday, the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center announced.
Organizers said they are looking into the possibility of a smaller version of the festival in September.
Every year the popular festival draws thousands of fans to listen to over 30 of the most popular and emerging bands.
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