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Campanas De América to host Xmas party 

Campanas De América, one of Central Texas' longest running and most popular mariachis, is set to host a Christmas concert. 6-11p.m. Dec. 19 at Sunset Station Depot Ballroom. Tickets are available

 through Ticketmaster, (210)  224-9600.

For concert information call (210) 224-0258

Campanas De America are promoting a new single titled "Christmas Medley," from the CD "From Tejas Artists to You" (Tejas Records).

Campanas De America is led by Juan Ortiz.

More complete concert listings at: Concerts Calendar 11/25

 

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